After dealing with Winter Storm Stella, Central New Yorkers are looking ahead to the coming winter, and hoping that we will get a break.

The Old Farmer's Almanac (not to be confused with rival The Farmer's Almanac) says we could be seeing a warmer than usual, but still wet winter.

The Old Farmer's Almanac is predicting temperatures will be warmer than average for Central New York, but we could be seeing more precipitation.

That doesn't mean more snow necessarily, because if the temperatures are warmer obviously we will see rain instead.

This forecast is contested however, by The Farmer's Almanac, who is predicting a cold winter with a lot more snowfall than we have seen in the past few years.

Unless you're an avid skier or snowmobiler, you're probably going to be rooting for the prediction from The Old Farmer's Almanac.

Have you read both almanacs? Which one do you think is more consistently correct?


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