That's what scientists predict after working out the first ever pattern of activity for the sun.
According to research, the sun runs on an 11-year cycle - and this affects winter weather over the northern hemisphere.
The study says low solar activity can contribute to cold winters in the UK, northern Europe and parts of America.
Which is bad for us - because the sun is just emerging from a so-called solar minimum, when solar activity is at its lowest.
It means after a baking hot September, we could be in for a repeat of last year's big freeze.
But the study also raises the possibility that weathermen can predict cold winter weather over the northern hemisphere using the solar cycle.
Dr Adam Scaife, from the Met Office, one of the study's authors, said: 'Our research establishes the link between the solar cycle and winter climate as more than just coincidence. Read More