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Ice Melt Safe For Dogs In Colorado

Farmers’ Almanac has released its “Extended Forecast for Winter 2020-2021,” calling for a chilly, and possibly snowy, winter for the Centennial State. It’s predicting ‘normal to below-normal temperatures on the…


 

Tips For Ice Melting During Snow Storms In Buffalo

That time of the year is approaching fast when Buffallo receives the highest snowfall in the year- December. On average, the Buffalo Airport sees its first snowflakes on October 24th….


 

How Will This “Winter Of Great Divide” Impact The Demand For Ice Melters In NYC?

According to the Farmers’ Almanac Extended Forecast for Winter 2020-2021,  it will be a “Winter of the Great Divide” with cold and snowy in the north, drought in the west,…


 

Top 5 Ways To Avoid Pet Injuries This Winter

Winter season can be hard on us and our pets too. Howling winds, drifting snow, and freezing rain can be scary not just for us but for our pets as…


 

How To Make Your Driveway Less Slippery This Winter

Winters are beautiful, but they can be dangerous too. When the white, fluffy snow on your driveway turns into a treacherous layer of ice, then it can lead to serious…


 

Coloradans, No More Ice Melting Chemicals Please

Farmers’ Almanac is predicting ‘normal to below-normal temperatures on the Central Plains and the Rockies.’  The  Almanac also predicts above-normal snowfall in the northern areas of Colorado and Utah. Frequent…


 

Snowfall & Ice Melt Problems This Winter In Ironwood

The 2020 Winter Outlook released by The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) states that West Michigan may see higher amounts of snow this year. This forecast is no surprise…


 

Houghton Weather: How Much Snow To Expect This Winter

In Houghton, in December, snow falls for 19.7 days, with typically accumulated 56.1″ (1424.9mm) of snow. The Farmers’ Almanac has predicted that Great Lakes and Midwest, westward through the Northern…


 

Minnesota, Don’t Salt Your Steps This Winter!

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has released its updated outlook and predicts that Minnesota can expect more snow than usual in the coming winters. “With La Nina well…