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Crazy Weather In The South

Updated on December 17, 2015

This has got to be some of the most unusual weather we have ever had..Here it is, the Middle of December and temperatures are still in the 60's and 70's in North Carolina....Yes, we have had some mild winters before but this one might be taken the cake.

And folks wonder if climate change is a real concern on our planet. If this weather doesn't convince people, I don't know what will?

A acquaintance of mine just came back from New York and they said there is even unusual weather up there as well. I am sure it is throwing people off as they plan for Christmas, Kwanzaa or whatever their Winter holiday is....This kind of weather doesn't exactly lend itself to Eggnog and other Warm treats to keep you comforted in the middle of cold weather.

I am not the biggest fan of blizzards....Shucks, I broke a leg during a Ice Storm but this kind of weather still throws you off big time....

I would like to feel a little seasonal weather, but I definitely don't want it to get bitterly cold...Told you I am not a fan of that either......

But, seriously how is the weather in your neighborhood....and what kind of escapades are you having? Have you got all your Christmas shopping done., or not? Or, are you like me and a notorious procrastinator.



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      Nancy Yager 

      2 years ago from Hamburg, New York

      But if we look back at the history of weather, there are periods of hundreds of years where weather shifts patterns and it has been more related to the axis of the earth shifting. But I also feel that it would not hurt any of us to treat our planet better.

    • Rachel L Alba profile image

      Rachel L Alba 

      2 years ago from Every Day Cooking and Baking

      Hi Marc, I live in NE PA and we are still having warm temperatures in the 60's. Today and tomorrow is going down to the 40's but they claim it is going to be 65 for Christmas. Last year is was warm on Christmas Eve also. I like to see a little snow for Christmas. But we are getting rain instead. I'm sure it will change in January because last year in February we were getting artic temperatures.

      Have a Blessed Christmas.

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