Count one more prognosticator among those calling for a snowy winter in Maryland -- the Farmer's Almanac.
The publication's winter outlook calls for cold and moisture across the Northeast and Great Lakes region. That could mean a lot of snow for the northern parts, but some sleet and rain mixed in for the mid-Atlantic and Ohio Valley, according to the forecast.
The almanac has pegged February 12–15 and March 20–23 for "major coastal storms along the Atlantic seaboard" -- as in, potential repeats of Snowmageddon-like storms.
AccuWeather cited El Nino in a seasonal forecast similar to that of the Farmer's Almanac, predicting above-normal snowfall across the East Coast.