Already, the last few years weren't normal – we're pulling in the harvest one month earlier than normal this year, and our neighbours are doing the same, even though the fruit aren't fully ripe yet: they're already starting to go bad, we can't leave them on the branches any longer.
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Arctic Sea Ice Melt May Trigger Extreme European Winter | Wired Science | Wired.com
The record loss of Arctic sea ice this summer may mean a cold winter for the UK and northern Europe. The region has been prone to bad winters after summers with very low sea ice, such as 2011 and 2007…