Old Farmer’s Almanac Summer 2021 Predictions for Venice
VENICE, CA – Ready for another prediction on what Mother Nature has in store for Venice this summer? You might like this one.
The Old Farmer’s Almanac recently released their forecast for summer 2021, which officially begins June 20. While many look forward to hot days filled with camping, park tours, bike rides and barbecues, the question remains: will the weather cooperate?
While it’s too early to determine what each day will bring, The Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts the California coast will be warmer than usual.
Here is the long-range weather forecast for Venice:
- May 25-31: sunny, cool
- June 1-5: showers, then sunny and cool
- June 6-9: sunny and cool
- June 10-15: sunny and cool
- June 16-21: sunny and warm
- June 22-30: sunny and hot
Nationwide, Mother Nature will bring warmth to a significant part of the United States, according to predictions from The Old Farmer’s Almanac.
Temperatures are expected to be warmer than normal in areas like the Atlantic Corridor, the Great Lakes region to the east and the Upper Midwest, south of parts of the Intermountain region. Parts of the Pacific Northwest, coastal California, and Alaska may also experience warmer temperatures.
Precipitation is also expected to be higher than normal in the northeastern states, the Great Lakes region to the east and much of the west coast. The Rocky Mountain region can also expect a rainy summer.
The Almanac’s weather forecasting methodology comes from a secret formula that was created by its founder, Robert Thomas, in 1792. The exact forecasting process remains a secret, but the periodical reveals that it uses solar science, climatology and meteorology to make forecasts.
The Old Farmer’s Almanac, which is not to be confused with its competing predictor, Farmers’ Almanac, is the oldest continuously published periodical in North America, according to its website.