They say that Mother Nature is unpredictable. It's 100% fact. The seasons each bring their own unique style with them when they arrive. Some turn out better, some turn out worse. Last year, Northern Wisconsin and Minnesota got nailed with a lot of below zero temperatures. I was so happy, my smile had to be surgically removed.
Since last winter "ended" much later than normal, the spring and summer had a lot of below average weather. Fall, however, was a roller coaster of above and below average weather. So where does this leave winter?
A lot of people that I have talked to predicted that the winter will be above average. I am predicting the winter will be worse than last winter. But so far, the temperatures have gone both ways. All I am really hoping for is a white Christmas. It isn't the same without everyone's least favorite (and my personal favorite) terrain: snow and cold.
While Winter doesn't start for another two weeks, I'm placing my money (I don't gamble in real life) on a sub zero winter. If it gets to be warmer than normal, I'll be an unhappy person. Winter isn't about temperatures above 32 degrees, it's about temperatures 32 degrees and below.
Ken Kriho is an upcoming videographer. He will write anything (except for non-fiction and children's literature). Ken is also a graduate with a degree in Art from UWEC.