How can something that is constantly changing sometimes drastically sometimes gradually have a "norm" just because a person hasn't seen something
or a pattern change in their 20 some years of life doesn't mean it's not normal also factor in the age of earth. There probably isn't a part of
this world that hasn't seen the complete opposite of it's current weather's nature.
We go through patterns sometimes dull then drastic and sometimes catastrophic weather events that some feel we may be due for that big change to
happen again soon.
Let me say this, I don't buy into the bigger picture of "chem trails" but I cannot deny that where I lived in South Jersey for the past two and a
half years probably saw sunshine for maybe 2 hours out of the day.
Same hours always, day break sunlight, mid afternoon (planes would fly over leave contrails they would spread and blanket the entire sky) by 6pm
during summer you'd get breaks in the clouds and get some sun before night.
Anyway, yes possibly something is happening or just the very tip of whats going to happen.
Don't be scared sometimes it can take a life time to take full effect or sometimes the snap of a finger.
Live life , if you can walk out side take a breath of air without immediate death and are able to be a functional human being be damn grateful for it
and take advantage of it.
I remember in 09 when I still lived in New Jersey and there was a thunderstorm in the middle of the winter.
Also here in Fl where I live now the past two winters we've had frost that caused us to lose many produce to the point where restaurants are not
giving out tomatoes or only on request.
I found this "neat" as well when it happened Snow in 49
Is something happening? Yes something is always happening when it comes to the planet you live on and every single day we live in another day it is
changing itself for the next big "make over".
What I wonder most is if I'll see it in my life time.
Weird things are always happening but when we become more aware of them they seem to happen a lot more often and in a lot more places.
It's like when you discover a new word you tend to notice it a lot more but does that mean it was never around or used to begin with?..No or maybe
there's a bigger picture that we just can't fathom yet.