Weather & Natural Disasters

This is for the discussion of the weather, either in general, where you live, or anywhere else. Although related, discussions of climate change or global warming should remain in the parent Science & Nature section. As an example, discussion of whether it is snowing or raining where you live, how hot or cold it is, unless the point to your thread is to indicate global warming or climate change, that discussion should take place here. Storms, such as hurricanes or tornadoes, should also be discussed here, as well as natural disasters, like wildfires, floods, or mudslides. Bombings and mass shootings should remain in the In the News section, however.

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