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Ice Melt Safe For Dogs In Missouri

According to the Farmer’s Almanac’s forecast, the Northern United States can expect a long and cold winter, with below-normal temperatures throughout the Midwest and Great Lakes region, stretching across the...


 

Coping With Winter In Your Vegetable Garden In Virginia

Winter is here, and with winter comes an old friend, snowfall. On average, the first snowfall in Virginia occurs around October 23, and the heavy ones knock on the door...


 

6 Ways To Avoid Pet Injuries This Winter In California

Due to La Niña, most of California has a good chance of warmer-than-normal winter temperatures, according to the forecast. This is coupled with a greater chance of drier conditions. Mountain...


 

Tips For Ice Melting During Snow Storms In Indiana

The 2020 Winter Outlook released by The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts that central Indiana has equal chances for below normal, normal, and above-normal temperatures for the winter...


 

How To Keep Your Concrete Safe In New York This Winter

According to the Almanac Weather Forecast, the winter temperatures are expected to be above normal in New York. However, forecasters seem to have a consensus that the amount of snow...


 

5 Common Pet Injuries & How To Avoid Them

We all love our pets and would never want them to sustain any kind of injury. They’re a part of our family, however, just like our kids, pets can also...


 

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...


 

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...


 

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...


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