EDISON - According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, this winter will have more snow than average.
State climatologist Matthieu Gerbush says this winter we'll experience La Nina conditions. Historically, that's meant normal temperatures and snow.
Gerbush says that if you look at the past eight La Nina winters, dating back to 1970, seven of them have had below-average snowfalls.
The threat of a snowy winter comes after what's been a very soggy year. The Garden State is now on track to possibly break the record for the wettest year on record.
Gerbush says it's unclear whether we'll break the record, but there is no doubt this year has been unusual.