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Should Central Texas' warm temperatures cause alarm?


March 8, 2017

Statesman - Central Texas' weeks of alarmingly warm "winter" temperatures left the Williamson County area with almost one month of 80 plus degrees.

One Texas Tech University climate scientist, Katharine Hayhoe, says that everyone should enjoy the results of climate change because enjoying it "doesn't make it any better or worse than it would be otherwise."

So while it's also an important time stay aware of our changing environment, it may also be a time to go outside and enjoy the already-bloomed bluebonnets.

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