According to the Farmer's Almanac, portions of the United States will have a "glacial, snow-filled" winter.

If the Farmer's Almanac winter prediction is correct, certain regions of the United States might be in for a very different experience this winter.

This year's wacky prognosis predicts "genuine chills" that "could drive folks in the Great Lakes areas.

Northeast and North Central regions hibernating" over much of the northern United States.

It is predicted that temperatures may dip as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit in the North Central states by the middle of January.

Which would be approaching record territory for several locations , according to their prediction map.

Temperatures in the Northeast aren't expected to drop much, but the Almanac predicts "severe chills."

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