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Spring Weather by Mariano Huaman- CITY-TECH BLOGGERS

This winter season, many people in New York City have been dealing with crazy weather. The enjoyment of balmy weather in the past week has led most to believe that winter was over. However, two days after the beginning of Spring, temperatures were predicted to decrease again into the 20s range Fahrenheit. Also, a snowstorm hit the Midwest and part of the tristate area according to the weather forecasters. These were the last three days of winter and the next days of Spring seem warm but wet.

The above article gives us an idea of how the weather can change drastically, including how climate change is affecting season patterns every year.

 

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