Farmer’s Almanac Extends Winter Forecast, Includes Possible January Blizzard for Colorado
The weather wizards at the Farmer's Almanac have released their extended winter outlook for 2021, and it includes a stretch in January when all signs seem to indicate a strong chance for a major winter storm in the second half of the month.
Love snow? The good news is Colorado looks like it will hit its normal average this winter. If you really hate snow, all indications are you should take a nice break in some tropical destination during the second half of January.
Farmer's Almanac Predicts Significant Winter Storms in January
While we can't say this will be a winter weather event that will affect every part of Colorado, we can at least say a significant event is possible during the second half of the month that will be something folks living in our state will end up dealing with. Which side of the mountains remains to be seen.
Storms Will Move in from the Pacific Coast in January
By the second week of January, the Farmer's Almanac suggests that stronger storms will be moving into Colorado from the pacific west coast that could bring cold temps, strong winds, and significant precipitation with them. By the second half of the month, the Farmer's Almanac is calling for a significant event that could bring major snowfall to parts of the state.