FAHS Predicts Winter Weather

Posted on November 22, 2010 by


This is the time of year when everyone is wondering what to expect from the impending winter weather. Most people like to look in the “Farmer’s Almanac.”  These old farmers are anticipating a nicer, gentler winter.

Or so we hope…

The “Farmer’s Almanac” also says that the weather will get colder than last winter, even in spite of its expected calm.

However, Keith Mayer, meteorologist for the “Reading Eagle”, thinks this winter will have pretty much the same temperature as last year.  Precipitation will be the usual wet and snowy conditions.

Teachers and students also have their own opinions.

Mrs. Wilkinson anticipates weather that is “a lot colder without as much snow.”

Gregory Ratzell is hoping for more snow than ever.
Patrick Tobias says, “It’s going to be pretty cold, and there is going to be a lot of snow,” and Mr. Coassolo agrees.

Heather Fenley said, “There is not going to be any snow, just ice and freezing rain.”

Mrs. Jarosynski says that it is going to be less snow and really cold.

Kyle Gerhat yelled, “It’s going to be a blizzard!”

And the ever prophetic Mr. Houp said, “It is inconceivable for us to get anything right in predicting the weather.”  He then refused to give an accurate prediction.

Though many of those predictions seem to correspond, they are just opinions.  Only Mother Nature knows for sure what to expect.

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