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Weather Articles

Below is a peek at the Almanac's 2012-2013 long-range winter weather predictions, compliments of The 2013 Old Farmer's Almanac.

However you feel about snow, there are some U.S. cities that can boast the "worst winter weather" —or "best" if you love the cold.

Predict the weather with our collection of weather proverbs and prognostics about rain and clouds.

Next time you see an ant or a spider, check out what it's doing—it could let you know something about the upcoming weather. Check out our weather proverbs and prognostics about insects and reptiles.

Whether you're wondering when to expect rain, or if a cold winter or dry summer is ahead of you, birds have a way of helping us find out! Here is a collection of some of our favorite bird weather proverbs and prognostics.

Observe animals and you'll see that they, too, have their own ways of predicting weather. Here are some animal weather proverbs and prognostics:

Here are tropical storm and hurricane names for 2015 for both the Atlantic Basin and Eastern North-Pacific. Is your name listed?

Stay safe during the winter months by using our chart to help determine what is safe ice thickness

Here is the list of hurricane storm names that have been retired, as of 2014.

Check out our chart for how to measure hail, using the Torro Hailstorm Intensity Scale.

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