The Farmers’ Almanac is out with its annual weather forecast for the coming years. This time, it’s predicting a “piercing cold” winter with “normal snowfall” for the Upper Midwest. There are actually two Farmers’ Almanacs: the Farmers’ Almanac has been predicting since 1818 and the Old Farmers’ Almanac since 1792. Both say they average 75- to 80-percent accuracy, but some meteorologists put the Old Farmers’ Almanac to the test, saying it’s probably closer to 50 percent. WCCO Chief Meteorologist Chris Shaffer says the science is not solid.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are halfway to the ultimate goal of hoisting the Stanley Cup, but before they get to that point, they have to go through the Boston Bruins.
Week 7 was not a good week. 5-6-1. Ugh. We were all ready to get to .500 on Monday night, until Matt Stafford threw a TD with 30 seconds left to pull the Lions within […]
Some snow is expected in Northern Minnesota on Thursday, though a lot of us hope winter is still a couple months away.
Well, Last week was not a great start to the picks. Lucky for us this is for amusement purposes only. We ended the week under .500 (6-8-1) with a few close games not falling our […]
Our favorite movie guy, Colin Covert, talks about who will win at the Oscars on Sunday, and who *should* win. He joins Chad on Monday to go over the winners.