2014 Farmer's Almanac predicts a very hot and wet summer

Farmer's Almanac predicts wet summer

Farmer's Almanac predicts wet summer

MANASQUAN - Those wishing for a nice summer to make up for the intense weather this winter may be disappointed.
According to the 2014 edition of the Farmer's Almanac, this summer will have high temperatures, with constant rain and thunderstorms come June.  A hurricane is even predicted to hit the Northeast this September.

Manasquan Beach Manager Wally Wall says residents in town don't like to hear the word "hurricane."
"I don't think anyone wants to think about anything other than sunshine," Wall says. "No rain. And of course hurricanes - that's a bad word around here."

July should bring much drier weather, according to the almanac.

The Farmer's Almanac is typically 80 to 85 percent accurate.

Click here to learn more about the Farmer's Almanac

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