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Wade has been predicting the weather with pig spleens for 21 years and has so far been pretty close every year.
Simply put, we are going to have a cold winter again but not as cold as last year and we won't have as much snow as we did last year (but still enough for skiing, ski-doing and other winter fun.)
Wade's Two Cents:
This being my second year of forecasting the weather to the public has been overwhelming. I didn't think my old school weather forecasts would have so many people following my predictions! So I am up against some of the best meteorologists and weather forecasters in the country with some of the most advanced weather technology.
Animals and wildlife with their habits and trends have always amazed me because they have their own way of knowing when and where the season is telling them to come and go.
I knew we were going to have an open fall with nice temperatures because there were a lot of ducklings born so late in the year. They still couldn't fly by the middle of September. What is Mother Nature going to do, freeze them to the pond?
My opinion: Some of the long range forecasts given out today are unpredictable. Your radio station had Environment Canada predicating the weather for the winter on September 10/14. Their prediction was that we will have an average Saskatchewan winter with average temperatures with the southern part of Saskatchewan being colder, getting more snow, [with the]whole rest of the province having average winter weather.
I like the 4 to 5 day weekly forecast but I will believe the pig spleen predictions before them.
p.s. Thanks to my wife, Rhonda, for correcting all my spelling mistakes.
Wade, The Pig Spleen Guy.