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The question that we ask every year is, are we getting snow?

According to the Farmers Almanac “Winter temperatures, precipitation, and snowfall will all be above normal”. According to their website January and February are +4 in the perception field.


According to WUSA9 and Topper Shutt, the first snowfall could be as early as December 21st. According to them, the reason for the snowy winter is we have a strong El Nino pattern.

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According to the picture, the predicted snowfall Frederick is on the line of 18-26 to 26-35 inches of snow. While I know this has been said before and we have been let down before, I do believe there’s reason to be excited for a white winter this year.


Picture From WUSA9



Source-Old Farmers Almanac(https://www.almanac.com/weather/longrange/MD/Baltimore#:~:text=Winter%20temperatures%2C%20precipitation%2C%20and%20snowfall,warmer%20and%20wetter%20than%20normal.)

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Jake Houston
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My name is Jake Houston and I'm in 11th grade. My homeschool would be Urbana High. I like fishing and just being outside, I also love sports. I like writing about sports, that's most of the reason I took the class is because I want to grow up to be a sports reporter. I think one cool thing about me is that my uncle played in the MLB, he was a pitcher for the red sox. We have 3 dogs whose names are Charlie, Finley and Tanner.  
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