Get Ready To Bundle Up, The Farmers’ Almanac is Predicting Freezing Cold Temperatures This Winter In Missouri
Winter, with its beautiful snowy days and thrilling outdoor activities, is on its way. Whether you love winter or you’re already counting down the days until spring, you might be a bit curious as to what winter in Missouri has in store for us during the 2021-22 season. If you like bitter cold, you’re in luck, at least according to the latest predictions from The Farmers’ Almanac.
A bitter cold winter awaits us in Missouri during the 2021-22 season, if The Farmers’ Almanac’s predictions prove true. In fact, the Farmers’ Almanac describes the upcoming winter as “numb’s the word, just shovelin’ along.”
Winter officially arrives on December 21, 2021 and with it comes bitterly cold temperatures. Prepare for three days, from December 20-23, of freezing cold temperatures that could dip as low as minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Snow is also forecasted.
Don’t count on a white Christmas, unless the snow from earlier in the week sticks around. Temperatures should warm up a bit for Christmas, but snow isn’t expected.
Cold temperatures combine with snow showers to start the New Year. However, the biggest event of January might come from January 20-23, when blizzard conditions are expected throughout Missouri.
February sweeps in with more bitter temperatures, a theme that plays out for much of the month. The Farmers’ Almanac doesn’t forecast any significant snowfall amounts in Missouri for February.
The final month of winter promises plenty of “fair” weather throughout the month. However, keep an eye on March 4-7, as stormy weather is predicted for Missouri.
We officially welcome spring 2022 on March 20 with cold temperatures. Expect plenty of “flip-flopping” temperatures throughout winter and into the early days of spring, according to The Farmers’ Almanac.
For more information on Missouri’s upcoming winter, stop by the official website of The Farmers’ Almanac .
Are you already preparing for winter in Missouri? Do you like the Farmers’ Almanac predictions for this winter? Join the conversation in the comments! Now is probably also a good time to get a refresher on the 10 ways to survive a Missouri winter .