Seasonal confusion reigns. But we can’t mention that climate change is happening in the tri-state.

December 3, 2012 – by John Blair, editor

Earlier in the year, honey bees seemed to disappear from the area then came back in the late summer to feast on late blooming flowers. Now, at least one venturesome honey bee got out to enjoy the unusually high temperatures that were found in much of the Ohio Valley the last few days. Photo © 2012 John Blair

Yes it is December and yes most honey bees disappear in late October but this year with November hurricanes and continuing drought encompassing much of the United States, it is clear that things are changing. Today, temps reached 75° in Evansville on my thermometer. Things are supposed to become more normal in the coming days with highs in the 60s and upper 50s over the course of the week.

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