Farmer’s Almanac: No Snow Before October In Wyoming
Although we've had plenty of 90° (and higher) temperature days the last month, it has cooled off quite a bit at night time, which have some Wyomingites rattled that summer may end prematurely. Fear not, my fair-weather friends, for summer is still upon us.
According to the 2019 long-range weather forecast from the Farmer's Almanac, we probably won't see snow before the end of October this year. Even more so, winter should be less severe. The almanac states:
Winter will be warmer than normal, with slightly below-normal precipitation. The coldest periods will be in late November, mid- and late December, early and late January, and mid-February. Snowfall will be below normal in the east and above normal in the west, with the snowiest periods in mid- and late December, late January, and late March. April and May will be warmer and slightly rainier than normal. Summer will be hotter and drier than normal, with the hottest periods in mid- and late June, mid-July, and early to mid-August. September and October will have near-normal temperatures and precipitation.
If you need a little more assurance, MountainWeather.com also has a long range weather forecast, which basically mirrors the Farmer's Almanac's prediction, although they have a lot more outlook maps to support their claim.
So there you have it Wyo-folks... the summer weather hasn't forsaken us yet!