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One month ago, leading NOAA experts told us that it was going to be hot and dry.

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Drought that ravaged US crops likely to worsen in 2013, forecast warns | Environment | guardian.co.uk

And today they have a slightly different story.

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Parts of Midwest flooded, chilled | The Columbus Dispatch

NOAA forecast that it was going to be really hot!

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Tarot cards are far more reliable forecasters than government climate scientists.

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A resident of the “30 square miles surrounded by reality,” I spend most of my time teaching economics and statistics to undergraduate students. I enjoy, naturally, economics and business, but also science (I was once an astronomical observatory assistant), politics, photography, food, travel and sports. Madison has grown quite a bit since 1978 when Governor Lee Dreyfus made that remark. According to Wikipedia, Madison is 67.3 square miles of land and 16 square miles of water. Visit https://thisgotmyattention.wordpress.com/about/ for one of my favorite views of the isthmus. Or, why not come visit us! http://visitmadison.com

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