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MID-ATLANTIC WEATHER WATCH FOR JANUARY

Light snow (1,2,3,4); fair and cold (5,6,7,8). Heavy snow (9,10,11,12) turning fair and very cold (13,14,15,). Snow (16,17) returning to fair and very cold temperatures (18,19,20,21).  Snow, heavy in the northern part of the region (22,23,24); fair and cool (25,26,27) with windy, much colder with lake-effect snow (28,29,30,31).        

     

GARDENING ACTIVITIES

FOR  JANUARY 



A THOUGHT 
FOR TODAY'S LIVING 

"The next twelve months offers us a world of promise; it all depends on each one of us and how much we are willing to give of ourselves to help make it a better world."

John Gruber (1768-1857)

WEATHER & ASTRONOMICAL QUESTIONS

Send your weather/astronomical questions to:
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ASK THE ALMANACK WEATHER PROGNOSTICATOR

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easoned weather prognosticator, Mr. Bill O'Toole stands ready to address all of your questions and comments regarding the weather, weather phenomenon, his yearly Conjecturer's ColumnEclipses for 2014, Morning & Evening Stars, and the very popular, Best Days for Planting, Weeding & Harvesting  Table or any of the other astronomical and calendar page data he has painstakingly calculated exclusively for The Almanack since the early 1970s.