You might need a wool scarf for the Super Bowl in New Jersey.
The Super Bowl will be snowy and stormy.
That is the prediction from the Farmers’ Almanac for the 2013-2014 winter. The almanac is “red-flagging” the first ten days of February for “possible heavy winter weather.” That will hit directly on the Super Bowl.
Certainly, forecasts this far out are unreliable. However, the prediction for a cold, wet winter for most of the United States is based in fairly good science. The one good part of this story is you can now put on a tie and feel cool enough for comfort.
If you have been sweating in your tie, you will be loving this fall weather and the new ties you can start wearing.
You need a great way to store these ties.
You need a necktie rack of quality.
You need a Necktie Butler to store these ties.
Will you really need a wool scarf for the Super Bowl?
Well, the answer is an unequivocal, maybe.
The Farmer’s almanac claims an 80 percent accuracy rate still there is no way to predict the specific days when storms will occur several months in advance.
Last year the Almanac predicted a mild winter in the West and a cold winter for Easterners. The opposite occurred. The West was cooler than average. The east had a mild winter.
So don’t buy earmuffs quite yet.
But a new necktie would be a great purchase.
Something to add to your tie rack.
And if you don’t have a Necktie Butler order yours today.