Hot, humid, sunny, thundery -- but honestly, the Summer of 2016 has been pretty darn nice. Not a fan of hot weather? Be careful what you wish for. Here are the winter predictions from NOAA for Minnesota for the 2016-17 season.

First of all, the outlook for September through November predicts warmer than normal temperatures (shocker), and normal precipitation.

No mater how you slice it, it looks like average snowfall this winter for Minnesota according to the brainiacs at NOAA.

NOAA

When it comes to temperatures, the trend for warmer the normal weather appears to continue through the winter of 2016-17 (although the Farmer's Almanac calls for periods of bitter cold).

NOAA

So if you believe what you see here, it looks like about normal snowfall, with a bit warmer than normal temps this winter.