Things are heating up in the Northwest. According to National Weather Service records, we have progressively risen in temperatures over the last two years by an average of 10 degrees warmer per season. What does that mean? Our greenhouse gases are forcing a climate change. What does that mean for you in the Northwest? We are used to our cool winters, but not too cool. And our warm sunny summers, but not too warm. From all indications, what we perceive weather to be in the Northwest will be no more. Warmer winters mean a lower heating bill, less wear and tear on your automobiles, no more heavy coats to purchase. Warmer summers mean more sunscreen, hotter houses and workplaces, wear and tear on the automobile. The demand for cooling the home and the workplace or business has arrived in the Northwest.
For more information on this topic visit this article on Climate Change: Record Temps in the Northwest
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