Welcome November, new forecasts, birth flower, and more!

This is an archived issue of our Almanac.com Companion email newsletter.

Daily Newsletter for Thursday, November 1, 2018

wheat sowing

On the first of November, if the weather hold clear
An end of wheat sowing do make for the year.

–proverb

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What’s happening in November? Here at the Almanac, we think of November as the month of food, when the best of cooks can shine and the best of eaters will surely get their fill ahead of winter. Here’s what November brings—from weather forecasts to folklore!
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11 Days of November
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Alpaca Fleece Socks

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November Birth Flower
November Birth Flower
November’s birth flower, the chrysanthemum, recalls the vibrant colors of autumn leaves. Learn about the meaning and symbolism of chrysanthemums.
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Etched Porcelain Night Lights

Porcelain artwork that comes alive with detail and shadow when lit from behind!

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Long-Range Weather Forecasts
Long-Range Weather Forecasts
Get your 2021 long-range weather predictions for the next 60 days from The Old Farmer’s Almanac—covering the United States and Canada. Our extended forecasts can be used to make more informed decisions about future plans that depend on the weather, from vacations to weddings.
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Support Your Local Farmers Tote Bag
This sturdy cotton canvas bag features The Old Farmer’s Almanac 1792 logo on one side and the message “Support Your Local Farmers” on the other. Made in the USA. 
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Where the Wild Things Are: November
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November the first. You’ve unmothballed your winter sweaters and laid in a supply of hand-warmers. Outside, what are the wild ones up to? How do animals prepare?
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The Old Farmer’s Almanac Weather Notebook

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