This year's predictions from the Old Farmer's Almanac for everyone in the country except for the South, but don't discount The Weather Channel, which has a competing forecast.
According to an , winter will be colder than normal for New England and upstate New York, especially in the early months of December through February.
But the rest of the country will be experiencing a milder winter, thanks to warmth left over from the recent El Niño.
On the bright side, East Coasters shouldn't have to deal with a cold front for too long.
"The reversal of tropical forcing suggests that the coldest weather in the eastern U.S, may occur earlier in the winter, with increasing chances for warmth during the late winter," chief meteorologist Dr. Todd Crawford said in the release.
According to , last winter was the warmest December-February period in 121 years, with at least 36 states recording it as one of their top 10 warmest winters.
The Weather Channel says the chances for a mild winter all around this year are even greater, despite the doomsday predictions of the Farmer's Almanac.
"Climate model forecasts for winter are unusually warm, likely reflecting the excess post-El-Nino global warmth, and another very warm winter is not out of the question due to this factor alone," Dr. Crawford said.
Guess all we can do now is wait and see!