EVERYBODY talks about the weather, but nobody does
C anything about it," is a quotation commonly attributed to
Mark Twain. Weather is one of the most dynamic forces of nature,
touching the life of every individual, affecting his water
supply, food, and shelter, and sometimes destroying life itself.
Fifty Years of Weather in the Red River Valley.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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