You get tired of searching for kernels of corn amongst the logs of scitte, but here's one:
"Unlike last summer, when sunny, 80-degree days provided perfect hiking conditions and Edwards wore shorts, a 30-degree chill and storm clouds cast a pall over last week's trip. At the beginning of the week, nightly storms soaked the mountains."
And to anyone who has studied historical patterns of climate change (and lived in this town the last year) knows, the COOLER-than-AVERAGE SUMMER and RECORD-BREAKING WINTER combined with the RECORD RAINFALL means we are in a phase of GLOBAL COOLING like the blogs have said -- and counter to the propagandists of the MSM papers.
Also see: The Real Weatherman