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Texas-December-Warmer-Than-Usual-Temperatures-Global-WarmingDuring the height of Texas’s unbearably hot summer a few months ago, I told you all how excited I was for winter. The period of June through August—when temperatures reached the triple digits and it was impossible to step outside without breaking a sweat—was a true test of my commitment to Texas residency. But I made it through, reminding myself that cooler temperatures would get here eventually. In a sense, I was right: 52 degrees Fahrenheit, which it is as I write this five months later, is certainly better than a consistent 105. But it’s still warm, all things considered. (I barely even break out that decade-plus-old North Face jacket that was supposed to be my saving grace in these months.) And this isn’t the…

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