May 26, 2018
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Can we blame the cool, wet spring on climate change?

Some global climate change models have suggested that the northeastern U.S. would

experience cool, wet springs. Is this year the proof? Accuweather has observed that

summers in the eastern U.S. have been cooler since 2002. Will this trend continue? Other

than mushroom farmers, is this weather trend good for anyone, or any group? Will this

pattern remain through August, or will hot, dry summer days be the rule by the Fourth of

July?


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