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  • Posted by VetteGuy 3 weeks, 5 days ago
    Sounds like you are experiencing what we in the south call a "wet spell" which can last for several weeks. I live in Alabama and we had one right after I bought my last mountain bike. I had decided to get a bike after I bought a whitewater kayak, after which we had a "dry spell" and all the rivers dried up!
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    • Posted by $ allosaur 3 weeks, 5 days ago
      Me dino also lives in Alabama at a "satellite city" of Birmingham.. After living through rain system after rain system that included two tornado watches and another that evolved into a tornado warning that forced me into a storm shelter on my birthday for a couple of hours while other areas were wrecked~~pant! pant! pant!~~and then that final one that caused some flooding.......two weeks of sunny weather are now in the forecast! Yay!
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  • Posted by CircuitGuy 2 weeks, 4 days ago
    Contrary to how it's sometimes reported, you cannot detect climate change in a day's weather. It's a change of a few degrees in the average temperature of the earth, due to rising CO2 levels. You can see if if you plot out data, but you can't see it in one place on a given week. WI had an early spring, which you might think is due to global warming, but we had warm springs before global warming. We had a cold Memorial Day, which you might think means global warming is slowing, but what matters is the average over time. It's one of the biggest problems humankind faces, which makes it fodder for conspiracy theories, bogus arguments using it to promote socialism, and arguments that gov't should subsidize certain businesses to fight it. I'm saddened that all the nonsense surrounding it slows down efforts to combat it and manage it.
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  • Posted by $ Abaco 3 weeks, 5 days ago
    Been downright cold in the evenings in norcal lately. Almost June! What the heck? Northern Nevada finally came out of the deep cold a couple weeks ago. Haha..."global warming". Can't help but laugh. We're heading to the coast soon for a few days and are packing our winter gear...
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    • Posted by 3 weeks, 5 days ago
      Its been real cool here too. I guess I'll shut up about the rain but Fred doesn't like to go outside when it is raining and he hid in my closet when the lightening started and jumped on my bed barking.
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