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Why such hatred toward America's freedom of religion?
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jake Weltzin
Snow has been missing in action for much of the U.S. the last couple months. But it's not just snow. It's practically the season that's gone AWOL.
Clocks may not be the only thing falling back: That signature autumn change in leaf colors may be drifting further down the calendar.
This could mean less fruit available this year, Weltzin said.
He said peach trees are budding in Georgia and in Oklahoma forsythia and daffodils have been out for two weeks now, adding "it's happening everywhere."