Although the Old Farmer’s Almanac recently released predictions about a mild, average winter…the other Farmers’ Almanac has released a very different forecast.
“Contrary to some stories floating around on the internet, our time-tested, long-range formula is pointing towards a very long, cold, and snow-filled winter,” Farmers’ Almanac Editor and Philom Peter Geiger says in the press release. “We stand by our forecast and formula, which accurately predicted most of the winter storms last year as well as this summer’s steamy, hot conditions.”
Founded in 1818, the Farmer’s Almanac is known for long-term weather forecasts generated by a mathematical and astronomical formula first used in 1818 by founder David Young. This long-standing formula uses sunspot activity, planet positioning, tidal action and a variety of other factors to work. The exact formula is carefully protected by the Farmers’ Almanac organization – known only by their weather prognosticator who goes by the pseudonym of “Caleb Weatherbee”.
The Almanac, which provides 16 months of weather forecasts for 7 zones, is predicting winter 2019 to be “colder-than-normal…from the Continental Divide east through the Appalachians.” The report also warns of above-normal snow accumulation for the Great Lakes states, Midwest, and central and northern New England, with the majority of it falling in January and February.
Whether you follow long range weather forecasts or not, we’re here to help. To speak to a Woodpellets.com expert, call 1-800-PELLETS!
About 50 miles west of Columbus Ohio, the His Hands Extended Sanctuary in St. Paris provides medical care, food, and shelter to homeless pets that would otherwise be forgotten. The organization notes that what’s also very importantly provided is “lots of love – to begin the rebuilding of shattered lives.” His Hands Sanctuary not only facilitates the adoption of these animals into loving families, but also provides a comfortable lifelong home for those not adopted.
A simple post on the rescue’s Facebook has sparked a touching series of donations…and a new way to manage their fuel delivery. With many buildings for the dogs and cats who live there, the sanctuary relies on multiple wood pellet stoves for heat. The post explained how the sanctuary uses wood pellets to keep the animals warm, and that “any help with this huge expense will be wonderful”. They asked for any willing donors to call Woodpellets.com to contribute directly to the pellet fund. It wasn’t long before the sanctuary had four donated tons in their account.
In the past, volunteers have donated their time and effort to hauling in pallets of wood pellets in multiple trips from a box store. The whole team was so touched by this example of community giving, Woodpellets.com will deliver all future His Hands Extended Sanctuary wood pellet orders for free.
If you’d like to learn more about this organization, you can visit their Facebook page here.
The Woodpellets.com team had the amazing opportunity to attend this year’s CHaD Battle of the Badges game in Manchester New Hampshire’s Delta Dental Stadium. It was a perfect night for a fun group outing and some friendly competition!
Each year, a team of local NH police officers take on a team of local firefighters in a battle of “Good vs. Good” to fundraise for the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, and this year’s event raised over $124,000! We are very proud to have several firefighters on our Woodpellets.com delivery team, and we were thrilled to cheer them on while supporting such a great cause.
To learn more about the incredible work of CHaD, and to see how you can get involved, visit https://www.chadkids.org/donate.html
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