February 22nd, 2011
This past winter we all seem to have experienced, with varying degrees, some extremes in weather. The norm appears to be fast becoming bitterly cold winters and abnormally hot summers, could this be Global Warming, Weather Wars or something else entirely?
These radical changes in weather has recently been illustrated in small town America. In Nowata, Oklahoma record-setting temperatures swung from a frigid 31 below zero to a balmy 76 degrees in the space of one week!
Nowata set a record low for Oklahoma. Now the area has a new record high for this date. When there is a 100 plus degree temperature change like that in a week's time, you can bet the car wash is a busy place.
"I've lived here all my life, and I've never seen such extremes," Koupe said.
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