I'm in PA if this rain is from global warming, we'll drown before we melt-sometimes Mother Nature or her Big Buddie really suck-my baby birds,flowers,butterflies are hurting-maybe going to church might help-naw-we don't need snow and being struck by lightening too(and locusts)
You are missing the "global" part. You can't tell from the rain or the dryness. You can tell from extreme weather, Alaska is melting, there is such severe drought in parts of the world that the wind is blowing the dust all the way to Europe. They are turning into desert. By 2050, people will really be able to see a change if we don't change our energy sources and conserve, respect, protect our planet.
Mona Miller Herndon, VA (USA) Take care of the small things....
It's Global Warming. It doesn't have to get warm, it can get colder, too. I just took a Human Ecology class through the USDA Graduate School/Audubon Naturalist Society. I read "Plan B, Mobilizing to Save Civilization" and "Climate Change and Biodiversity". Climate change for some people is like seeing the trees instead of the forest.