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Big snow predicted for Baltimore on these 5 dates in 2018, Farmer's Almanac says

The Old Farmer’s Almanac has pinpointed five periods this winter that the Atlantic Coast may be hit with some significant precipitation.

The Farmer’s Almanac released a long-term winter weather outlook as it promotes its newest edition. Part of that outlook “red flagged” the following dates in 2018: January 20-23, February 4-7, February 16-19, March 1-3 and March 20-23.

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That may sound like a treat to Marylanders who just endured a 2017-2017 winter devoid of much snowfall.

So if you’re trying to book your winter travels, there are some dates to keep in the back of your mind when it comes to seeking a tropical getaway, or hitting the hills for some skiing or snowboarding.

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The forecast calls for cooler-than-average temperatures in the southeast, while the northeast is due for “snowier-than-normal conditions,” according to the almanac.

The Almanac also predicted the Atlantic seaboard would have to endure an “above-average” hurricane season — which ran through November.

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