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2022–2023 Winter Forecast for Canada

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The Old Farmer's Almanac Predicts a “Sneaky Cold” Winter

The 2023 Old Farmer's Almanac Canadian Edition
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Ready for a “chilling” prediction? The 2023 Old Farmer’s Almanac Canadian Edition predicts a “Sneaky Cold” winter. If you live or vacation in Canada, be sure to read our 2022–2023 winter forecast!

Lulled—or frozen—into a sense of frigid-as-usual, many Canadians will be hit by surprise shots of extra-deep cold. Plus, inspired stories of small farms, a primer on organizing family treasures, hay fever home remedies, a traditional Ukrainian Christmas, and much, much more!

A “Sneaky Cold” Winter for Canada

The 2023 Old Farmer’s Almanac Canadian Edition has arrived with a winter weather warning: Most Canadians should be prepared for a typically chilled season—but with bouts of “sneaky cold.” 

“Frosty, frigid, freezing … however you say ‘cold,’ that’s what’s in store for most Canadians this winter,” reports Janice Stillman, editor of The Old Farmer’s Almanac Canadian Edition.

“But as an added ‘bonus,’ we also expect a number of unusual mini-deep-freezes throughout many parts of the country, which will sneak up and surprise with their intensity.”

For 231 years, The Old Farmer’s Almanac has been helping readers to prepare for the season ahead with its 80 percent–accurate weather forecasts. (See the U.S. winter forecast for 2022–2023.)

2022–2023 Canadian Winter Forecast Summary

  • Winter will arrive early, with cold temperatures dropping down from the Yukon and northern Alberta to settle in across the Prairies and into southern Ontario and southwest Quebec.
  • By mid- to late November 2022, icebox conditions will arrive—to likely worsen as the season progresses. For example, in January, temperatures on the Prairies will average 7°C below normal. 
  • While temperatures throughout the rest of Canada will be normal or nearly so, this doesn’t mean that these areas will be spared their own winter woes: Several major snowstorms are predicted for southern Quebec and Atlantic Canada, with the first arriving before the end of November!
  • Much of Ontario will also see increased snow, while the southern portions of the Prairies and most of British Columbia will sometimes be more wet than white, with sleet and freezing rain more prevalent than usual. 

See the full Canadian weather forecast by region for all 12 months in the 2023 Almanac! Order your copy here.

More Than Weather Predictions

In addition to its much-anticipated weather forecasts, The Old Farmer’s Almanac Canadian Edition is known for being “useful, with a pleasant degree of humor.”

Highlights from the 2023 Almanac include …

  • Inspired stories of small farms and businesses taking big risks that pay off personally, in their communities, and for the environment
  • A primer on organizing family treasures
  • Hay fever home remedies
  • Traditional Ukrainian Christmas recipes
  • Gardening tips for perfect perennials and chiles for every palate
  • Sweet and savory winners from the Almanac’s banana recipe contest 
  • STORIES AS ONLY The Old Farmer’s Almanac Canadian Edition can tell: a legendary timekeeper; an ancient grain that’s not just for the birds; a step-by-step guide to hatching chickens; and much, much more!

Where to Buy The 2023 Canadian Almanac

The 2023 Canadian edition is available for just $9.99 wherever books and magazines are sold. A full list of stores that carry the Almanac is available at Almanac.com/Wheretobuy. You can also purchase the Canadian Almanac online  at Amazon.ca, or get a digital version of the 2023 Canadian Edition if you wish.