The Farmer's Almanac is out, and this winter should be ... cold and snowy

The book supposedly relies on a secret formula stored in a locked box in New Hampshire and boasts an 80 percent accuracy rate. Take it or leave it: This year could be snowier and colder than usual.
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The book supposedly relies on a secret formula stored in a locked box in New Hampshire and boasts an 80 percent accuracy rate. Take it or leave it: This year could be snowier and colder than usual.

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