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A cold winter is predicted in Virginia

Posted by Craig Elliott on Nov 7, 2014 5:54:18 PM

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Check the Farmer's Almanac or do just a little Internet research and most experts agree that A cold winter is predicted. If you shrug this off as nothing that really concerns you, we suggest you read on. If the predictions are correct, then it would be very wise for Springfield, Va homeowners to have their gas furnaces inspected.

According to the 2015 Farmer's Almanac, this winter will see below-normal temperatures for much of the nation. The coldest days of the season will happen in January and February. No region is believed to be safe from these cold forces.

 

The eastern part of the country should expect to see a number of active storms bringing cold rains and snow.

An unusually warm El Nino will bring much needed moisture to drought-stricken California, but it also will leave many states digging out of deep snow.

The Farmer's Almanac suggests you stock up on firewood, sweaters and hot cocoa this year. We suggest you have your HVAC system properly serviced to avoid a potential problem when the temperatures plummet.

Look, even if they were predicting a mild winter, it still gets cold and it still rains and snows. And if your furnace fails, you will suffer until it gets fixed.

There is no excuse for putting your family through something like that. Don't wait for your furnace to break, be proactive and do what you can now to ensure your family stays warm and cozy this winter.

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