has the weather changed in your area in the last 10 years?
do you get warmer or colder weather. more or less rain and snow?
I live in the UK and, as far as my memory serves me, I believe that the weather has shifted. I think it gets much colder in the winter and we get more sun in the early part of the year. We used to get most hot weather in the traditional summer months (June-August) but it now seems to be between March and May.
This winter has been the coldest in my memory and I can't see it improving much over the next few years (I have nothing to base this on, just a hunch).
In my home city, the highest temperature in 2010 was 4 degrees (F) higher than it was in 2001. The lowest temperature was 4 degrees cooler. The annual mean temperature remained the same. 2010 saw 2 more inches of precipitation than 2001. 2010 had the snowiest day in the city's history.
The extremes have become more extreme in my area. We've had higher than usual highs, and more snow than we've ever had in my lifetime.
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