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A 'polar coaster winter' is coming for much of U.S., Farmers' Almanac says

Posted at 6:26 PM, Aug 26, 2019

The heat of summer is still toasting much of the U.S., but the chill of winter is around the corner, and if you believe Farmers' Almanac's projection, parts of the U.S. could be blasted with cold weather this winter.

The Farmers' Almanac said almost all of the U.S. is projected to have below average temperatures, with the coldest weather coming in the Midwest and Northeast.

Not only will the winter be colder, but it is expected to go deeper into the spring for the Midwest and Northeast.

For more info on Farmers' Almanac's projections, click here.