Can animals and plants adapt to global warming?
June 7, at 7: Rarely, we will get puffy clouds like I remember, growing up in the 's and 's. Each summer, we used to get temperatures that would regularly be in the mid's to mid's.
This year has been a roller coaster. In May, we we were going up and down from the 50's to the high's, and everywhere in-between. June has been a bit more stable with less extreme temperature swings, but the forecast changes hourly. I keep taking screen shots of forecast throughout the day to compare it to see how often and how far it changes.
We will have rain "predicted" starting one day and continuing for a few days, only for it to completely get taken out of the forecast and hour or two later, only for it to appear again in a different variety.
Two hours later, it now shows light rain in the morning, rain on Friday, cloudy on Saturday, and partly cloudy on Sunday. I know in a few more hours, that entire forecast will be totally different. They keep promising us rain and then it gets pushed farther and farther out, but when it eventually does come we have a few days or more of it non-stop.
You can't even make plans based on what the weather will be anymore. This morning, from when the Sun came up, until about 9: I had seen them laying down lines shortly before the sun came up. The past number of years now, we barely get any snow, what little we get is preceded by heavy spraying, and the snow melts soon after, if it sticks at all.
Usually, we have endless days of heavy overcast with rain, reminiscent of Seattle. The temperatures are warmer to the point, there were some weeds growing in flowerbeds into December last year, and there were some bulbs that were sprouting and blooming in January of this year.
The trees in my neighborhood are not looking good, either. Each year they look worse an worse. We have some rosebud trees in our yard, and they seem to be hit the worst. The leaves at the top of the tree are a greenish-brown, and wilting a bit. The leaves on the side of the trees are a bit more green, but wilted as well.
Same goes for the redbud trees that are next to pine trees. The area that is shaded by the pine trees look normal and healthy, but as soon as you look at the parts that are not shaded, they are burned and wilting.
The next worse trees we have are locust trees. The leaves are frequently shriveled and have brown tingles to them, like someone was moving a lit match around and singeing them.
One thing that confuses me is how the grass in peoples' yards continues to look good, while trees, bushes, and flowers do not. With the aluminum, etc. I'm not sure if Dane or somebody else could shed some light on the possible reasons for that, but it would be interesting.
Anyway, I hope that this information is useful, and take care. Diane Friday June 7, at 8: And because I know, as Dane regularly points out, that there is no naturally-occurring weather anymore.
The whys, to me, are obvious. Firstly, the fake cold created using chemical ice nucleation is very toxic. It has to be having the same effects on others, or will sooner or later.
Any private family farms are getting hit harder than ever this year, what with the ungodly cold spring, which resulted in late planting, and the incessant rain, gloom, and temps being artificially kept well below normal.
There are yellow leaves popping on all deciduous trees and falling on the ground. I mean, just a little over two weeks ago there was a tornado warning in this area. We got emergency alerts on our phones and on TV.
That day, up until approx. Even more so as tornado time approached. Of course, officially none of this is happening, so these are only speculations based on my observations.
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