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Re: currently/Trend
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I believe so!

Constantly changing. And we now know more, than maybe we should? LOL!

I live in a farming area and I can remember WAY BACK ;)
when I was in school basicly the whole winter all the ponds would froze over and we could go ice skating basicly anytime we wanted. It seemed almost every other year the river would freeze over or at least be partly frozen?
When I got old enough to help in farming. We would almost freeze during corn and peanut harvest and would basicly freeze? during soybean harvest. ;)
Also it would be very cold during corn planting.
And then the springs would be a little warmer then summer very hot and fall a little cooler ect.

Now it is over all nice and we can plant corn, harvest corn, peanuts and cotton in short sleeve shirts for the most part. Can also plant corn the same way.
And the winters for the most part are warmer and we basicly go from cold to hot? Like it is basicly 2 long season instead of 4 seasons?

Basicly. Just a BIG different in overall weather during my lifetime so far!
I wonder how our grand-parents whole life weather was?
Then compared to ours and what our grand-chidrens will bee though their life?
Of course comparing apples to apples? Meaning weather in the same local area.

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