Hurricane Irene and Extreme Weather Killed the Northeast’s Pumpkins. So No Halloween?

October 1, 2011 by  
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Photo: roland under a Creative Commons license . The effects of Hurricane Irene are still being felt long after the storm’s passing. As we start gearing up for Halloween, it turns out there’s a major glitch in the plans, the AP reported: a severe pumpkin shortage . Irene did major damage to farms in the North… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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It’s raining, It’s pouring in California…but the drought isn’t over yet

January 25, 2010 by  
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San Lorenzo River after the Storm photo via spicycarrots.com It is no secret to residents that California has been hit with storms and nearly consistent rain all week. These gray and wet skies can be attributed to the weather phenomena known as El Niño.

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It’s raining, It’s pouring in California…but the drought isn’t over yet

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