The coming Wyoming Winter will be colder and slightly drier than normal in the north and milder than normal to the south according to The Old Farmer’s Almanac. The coldest periods will be in late December, early to mid-January, mid- to late February, and early March. Snowfall will be below normal in the east and near normal in the west, with the snowiest periods in early to mid-November, mid- to late December, mid-January, and early and mid- to late March. April and May will be cooler than normal, with precipitation above normal in the north and below normal in the south.

Summer will be hotter and drier than normal, with the hottest periods in early and late July and early and mid-August. September and October will be cooler than normal, with near-normal precipitation. So says The Old Farmer’s Almanac.

Not be confused with Farmers' Almanac  that says “Frigid and Flaky” in Northern Wyoming while “bitter & snowy in the south.” More Here.

Benjamin Franklin created the 1st almanac back in 1732. Today’s Old Farmer’s Almanac claims 80% accuracy while forecasting a year ahead of time using closely guarded secrets. Starting in 1818, they used sunspots, astronomy, tidal activity and moon phases and over the years have starting incorporating more modern techniques used by today’s meteorologists according to Fox News.

Inquitr.com says Farmers’ Almanac 2014 Prediction: A Repeat Of Last Bitter Icy Cold Ahead for those east of the Rocky Mountains in the US.

Be glad you’re here in Wyoming as opposed to back east.