Mother Nature isn't done with snow for Central New York, at least according to one weather resource.

The Old Farmer's Almanac and its long-rang forecast, which the almanac says can be used to "make more informed decisions about future plans that depend on the weather, from vacations and weddings to sporting events and outdoor activities," is predicting a big snowstorm for March.

We're not entirely sure how this jives with other very scientific weather-predicting methods. For example, the groundhog, Punxsatawney Phil, didn't see his shadow - obviously, we're in for an early spring. Now, spring officially starts on March 19th.

According to the almanac, we can expect:

Mar 1-8           Snow showers, then sunny, cold
Mar 9-12         Rain to snow, then colder
Mar 13-22       Snowstorm, then flurries, cold
Mar 23-28       Showers, warm
Mar 29-31       Rain and wet snow

The almanac is calling for a snowstorm in Central New York between March 13-22. Wait what? That's not an early spring - who's correct here?

It's probably best not to get too excited about this forecast, and take the prediction with a grain of salt.
Stick with science.