Fall officially gets underway on Monday, Sept. 22 (at 10:29 p.m.) and the Farmers’ Almanac folks are saying it will get off to a rainy start for us in the Northeast.
Fresh on the heels of their prediction of another snowy, cold winter, their forecast for fall looks a tad wet for us, including a stormy Halloween for trick-or-treaters and a wet Thanksgiving, too. If you’re looking for a dry Turkey Day, head for Texas or the Southwest.
They are also warning that an off-shore tropical storm could pose a threat to New England in mid-October.
For December, as fall turns to winter, most of the country will see rain or snow showers, the Farmers’ Almanac says. The first part of the month means cold temperatures for nearly everyone.
So enjoy these mild September days.