Every season is getting shorter except summer, and that’s not good
In the 1950s, the seasons occurred in a predictable and relatively even pattern in the Northern Hemisphere. … But recently, the seasons have been out of whack. Over the past seven decades, researchers found high summertime temperatures are arriving earlier and lasting longer in the year because of global warming. This summer was no exception. In parts of California, which saw its hottest summer on record, unusually warm temperatures arrived in May.
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