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SAN JOSE, Calif. - All I know about climate, some say, is what’s outside my window.
Across much of California this is one of the coolest summers in memory, with temperatures well below normal. Here in San Jose, where the average high in August is 82 degrees, so far this month it’s at 75 - with no warming predicted anytime soon.
Yet, on a recent day when San Jose’s high was 73 and its low 60, California’s Environmental Protection Agency released an extensive report about climate change and global warming. The news was chilling, regardless of what the ...

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