After watching the snow fall the past few days, I laughed at the weather forecasters efforts to explain what they perceived as unusual.
Extreme changes are common. The blizzard in April 1982 left us with enough snow to close the schools for days. My kids loved it.
The 1938 hurricane blew across New England with now warning. It devastated the area. I recall the hurricanes in the 1950s that flooded the New England area.
When Krakatoa blew up in the 1800s, the sound was heard three thousand miles away and the effects circled the globe. the debris in the upper atmosphere left the Northern hemisphere degrees cooler than normal. New England had no summer that year.
It makes me curious. How much does a volcano erupting on the other side of the world affect us?
I’m watching the eruption in the Aleutian Islands and the one in Mexico. Will we get more precipitation? I check the National wether forecast and sometimes one of the meteorologists will mention the eruption.
I will have to follow for the next few weeks to see the effects. Is
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