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How do you think this winter will be?
With the changes being caused by global warming, how do you think this winter will be? Do you think it will be worse than other winters?
I'm hoping it won't be so bad...I heard we were in for a rough one.
It depends on where you are. California is currently experiencing a horrific drought. I lived there most of my life, and have noticed a pattern; approximately every 14 years, there is a drought, and every 14 years in the middle of the cycle, there is a heavy winter. Example: drought years were 1977, 1990, and 2004. heavy winter years were 1969, 1982, 1996, and 2010. According to my calculations, California's drought will end the spring of 2018, which means they'd better find a way to deal with it until then - sorry, California! But hang in there - you have hope!
by backporchstories5 years ago
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by Dr Anupma Srivastava6 years ago
Do you think life is like season? If winters come, can spring be far behind.
by Kathryn L Hill3 years ago
I am loosing my plum tree and have already lost a peach tree. Oaks in the park are turning brown. I notice a teen age rubber tree withering now too! Yikes! The city is giving people incentives to rip out their...
by runner29758 years ago
You could split time between two places based on the season. Summer: Northern Minnesota...lakes, nice weather, clean air, can't beat it.Any other time: Savannah, Georgia. Nice beaches, decent weather...
by Jo_Goldsmith112 years ago
Watching the 6 pm ABC News this evening, I couldn't believe how the media just slipped in the information about the EPA breaking a pipe, and this arsenic contaminated water is going 100 miles from the source. I am...
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