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I'm in Tennessee and it just finished snowing like crazy all morning. Like, blizzard conditions for hours, then sunny blue skies again. I wanted to talk to someone about it, but it's just me and my 1 year old here right now and he was nonplussed.
But yeah crazy weather.
I don't think it's been more "bipolar" than in other years. It's just with all the news hyping it, the insane addiction the weather channel has with naming the storms, we just maybe pay attention more?
In my locale it got cold in November and just has stayed that way. Kinda the definition of "Winter".
About the only thing that's been eye-catching is the number of nor'easters this year, and how early they were. It may just be my perception but those usually ramp up in March/April, but this year began in January and haven't stopped.
It's all just a figment of your imagination......
Seriously, I live in the south-east U.S. and since around Christmas time the weather is definitely fitting of the term "bi-polar".
We have had some bad winters in the past, and we have had years where it was warm on Christmas. This is different...its almost a daily fluctuation. We have had cold windy days back to back with sweat-as-soon-as-you-walk-out-the-door hot and humid days. Maybe I'm losing it but I don't ever remember this happening before...