After a hot summer, we will be in for more normal temperatures in the months ahead.

After a pretty hot summer, we are all ready for a fall cool down. But after what has felt like a year of warmer than average temperatures, will that trend continue in the fall? Not this year.

According to the Weather Channel, the Northeast can expect close to average temperatures for October, November, and December.  Month by month that will mean slightly above average temps in October, with November looking average, and December could see temperatures slightly below average.

The December cooling trend would actually line up with recent winter weather outlooks from the Farmers' Almanac and the Old Farmer's Almanac. Both forecasts are calling for cold and snowy winters, which has not been the norm during our last couple of Upstate New York Winters. Both have been underwhelming if you love the cold and snow! Maybe that colder December is pointing to the year we buck the mild winter trend.

The 12 Coldest Days On Record In Albany

Albany has the potential to be brutally cold in the winter. These are the most brutal of the brutal, the 12 coldest days on record in Albany history since 1874 according to weather.gov.

Albany's 10 Least Snowy Winters Of All Time

Some winters in Upstate New York can be absolutely brutal as far as massive amounts of snow. Then there are times like this winter when it feels like the snow is pretty much non-existent. It wouldn't be the first time! Here are the 10 least snowy winters of all time according to the National Weather Service of Albany

 

 

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