Almanac's top 10

The Farmers' Almanac once again releases a new edition that's guaranteed to get people talking.

Not only does the 2002 Farmers' Almanac, which hit the store shelves on Aug. 28, contain a prediction for another active, snowy winter, especially in the Northeast, but it also came up with a top 10 list that will make David Lettermen take notice.

Admitting that such a list is “highly subjective”, the editors report that the list was developed after taking many factors into consideration, including cloud coverage, precipitation amounts, humidity levels, and winds.

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