Last winter was a chilly one for many parts of the country, and next winter promises similar conditions — important factors for outerwear vendors seeking to boost business.

Though the economy was less than ideal, the cold weather helped beef up sales this past year, and winter 2004 isn’t expected to be notably warmer, much to the delight of outerwear vendors. According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, this winter is expected to be wetter, colder and snowier than normal in the Northeast.

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