Be Prepared to Embrace The Storm
While winter officially starts on December 21, 2016, the Farmers’ Almanac predictions point to some snow and cold conditions in mid-November.
"Exceptionally cold, if not downright frigid weather will predominate..."
The 2017 Farmers’ Almanac >warns that freezing weather will rule this winter. Affected areas include: Northern Plains, Great Lakes, Midwest, Ohio Valley, the Middle Atlantic, Northeast and New England. Long-range weather predictions also suggest a cold reach as far south as Florida and the Gulf Coast.
What to Look for in Your Winter Jacket
Water and wind stop here.
When choosing a jacket for snowy months, choose one that is waterproof or water-resistant and windproof. Wet snow will dampen your day once a breeze goes by and the cold-weather combo pulls warmth away from your body.
Our Pick: Insulated Softshell Jacket, 5705 Tucker & 5705W Tanya
Warmth comes from within.
You don't need bulk and a million layers to beat the chill. Choose a jacket with insulation to keep warmth next to your body during frigid days.
Our Pick: Thermolite® Jacket, 3160 Kerrin & 3165 Karrine
Snow stays out, softness stays in.
It's all in the details: zippered pockets, snow cuffs, adjustable drawcord hems and hoods keep moisture away. Features like chin guards and soft lining keep you cozy and comfortable.
Our Pick: Elite Fleece Lined Jacket, 6310 Cary & 6315 Lindsey