Extreme weather: ‘the new normal’

Seattle Times: Oklahomans are used to cruel climate. Frigid winters and searing summers, often made more unbearable by scouring winds. Yet, it's been a year of whipsaw weather, even by Oklahoma standards. February was so cold - the wind chill made the temperature feel like 16 below zero - that Tim Gillard installed a door in the long hallway of his home in the small farming town of Marshall, walling off three rooms to heat the rest of the house more affordably. In this summer's relentless heat, his family huddles......

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