Many spots along the eastern border of the United States escaped snow fall last winter. This may have been a terrific vacation at first for many, because crops could be grown into the wintry months. Furthermore, even the animals seemed to bask in the warmth of this change in climate. Nevertheless, as time went by, these warmer weather conditions caused a temporary drought and many small brush fires to occur as well. Unfortunately, that was then; and, now, autumn has dawn on America once again, and many eastern inhabitants are wondering if they'll dodge another white bullet or if they'll suffer snow hell in a winter wonderland with piles of snow so high their chimneys will look like powdered cupcakes?
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