Written on: October 25, 2021
This past summer’s heat waves and high, dripping-wet humidity levels made all of us long for some cooler weather. But unfortunately, today’s cooler temperatures eventually transition into something much colder.
With this in mind, we consulted The Farmer’s Almanac to see what lies ahead of us for winter of 2021-22. Here’s what we found out.
The venerable Almanac predicts near-to somewhat-below normal temperatures across the eastern part of the country. The early part of winter, which begins this year on Tuesday, December 21, will start off mild, according to the Almanac’s prognosticators.
They say it will begin to feel like winter around mid-January, when colder conditions settle in. As far as snow, it’s predicted that a significant storm will happen at least one time each in January, February and March.
While it’s always interesting to read speculations about what winter may bring us, we know the best thing to do is to hope for the best and prepare for the worst. In our business, we understand only too well that it’s a fool’s errand to try to out-guess Mother Nature.
The official start of the heating season began on October 1 and continues for six (sometimes long) months. If you haven’t made preparations to get your home ready for winter yet, it’s time to get going.
If you’re not on our automatic delivery schedule and don’t have a tank monitor––which we strongly recommend––we urge you to get your oil tank filled now. That way, you’ll be all set when you really need the heat to start cranking.
With discount pricing that customers love, you will be able to enjoy life more and worry less about your heating oil expenses. We make thousands of heating oil deliveries every year to customers in many communities—including Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. And we offer the most complete, competitively priced, and reliable heating oil supply services you’ll find anywhere in the region.
We also donate 1¢ of every gallon of heating oil we sell to the American Breast Cancer Foundation, which provides individuals in financial need, their families, and their loved ones with education, support, and access to early detection.
If you’re not a Lawman’s customer but would like to join our family of customers, please call us and we’ll be happy to get you set up. Once you do, you’ll be a part of the Lawman’s team of employees and customers who has joined the fight against breast cancer. Read about our goal.