Here's what the Farmers Almanac is saying for the 2013-2014 winter.
Here's what there predicting for region 1.
August 2013 28th-31st. Mainly fair; a tropical cyclone over the Atlantic should stay offshore.
September 2013 1st-3rd. Scattered showers for Labor Day holiday, then fair. 4th-7th. Hurricane threat along the Atlantic seaboard; otherwise generally fair, warm, and humid. 8th-11th. Thunderstorms sweep in from west across New England, then fair. 12th-15th. Unsettled weather spreads up from the south, with showery rains. 16th-19th. Scattered showers, then fair. 20th-23rd. Sunny skies. 24th-27th. Fair and unseasonably chilly. 28th-30th. Wet for New England, then fair and chilly. Showery for Mid-Atlantic States.
October 2013 1st-3rd. Fair and cold. 4th-7th. Showery weather. 8th-11th. Turning fair and colder. 12th-15th. Cold winds and rain are followed by clearing. 16th-19th. Pleasant early fall weather. 20th-23rd. Rain clears Mid-Atlantic States, then fair and cold. Showers for Upstate NY and New England, with wet snow over the Adirondack, White and Green mountains, then fair and cold. 24th-27th. Fair initially, then showers spread in from west. 28th-31st. Unseasonably chilly weather for Halloween.
November 2013 1st-3rd. Very unsettled, with wet snow over northern New York and New England; heavy showery rains for the Mid-Atlantic States. Wet for ING Marathon in New York City. 4th-7th. Cold, dry. 8th-11th. Wet, then fair, cold. Rain for Virginia and Maryland, then clearing, colder. 12th-15th. Sunny. 16th-19th. Some rain and wet snow for Mid-Atlantic States, then fair, cold. 20th-23rd. Wet New England, then fair. Rain Mid-Atlantic States, followed by clearing. 24th-27th. Fair, cold. 28th-30th. Stormy Thanksgiving holiday: rain,sleet and wet snow from Virginia, Maryland northward.
December 2013 1st-3rd. Clearing, very cold. 4th-7th. Generally fair, followed by snow showers and scattered flurries. 8th-11th. Fair. 12th-15th. Increasing cloudiness, cold. 16th-19th. Major coastal storm with strong winds and heavy precipitation. 20th-23rd. Dry and tranquil. 24th-27th. Mild air overruns cold air, producing widespread wintry precipitation in time for Christmas.