There were even reports of tsunami-like waves off the coast of New Jersey. I grew up in New York City. I had never seen skies that looked like pictures of the New York City sky I saw on Facebook in my years of living there.
And then there was the deracho that hit our nation's capital and the nearby states.
They could easily make a movie called "Storms Gone Wild" but it would be truth.
Years ago, the Weather Channel had a series called "It Could Happen Tomorrow". Well, it's happened. All over our country. All over our world.
I shake my head at those who don't believe in "climate change", as if it was a belief and not a reality. If we don't stop politicizing this issue, and face it head on, we are going to be in a lot of trouble.
Our trees and crops are suffering. Farmers in this area were put behind in their planting. And the growing season seems to be migrating - witness our April of constant cold weather and even snow.
But among the doom and gloom, May flowers still bloom. Spring has rushed to catch up, and spring has caught up here in the Binghamton, New York area.
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Here's some proof.
Nature. So deadly. And so beautiful.