It’s quite obvious that local weather patterns are taking control across the world.
Truly, at this point in the game, it doesn’t make much sense to bury your head in the sand when it comes to climate change.
The sea levels keep rising every year, plus global warming is now an extreme matter. In fact, my pal Ed and I heard the news about some islands that won’t exist in a couple of decades. There’s already talk about climate refugees. It’s very sad being displaced from your house because of the effects of human activities. Ed and I haven’t experienced devastating floods, or things care about that in our area. But, Ed and I do see the signs of a change in climate each year; Just recently, Ed and I had to find a solution for the high humidity levels that accompanied an extreme heat wave. The house always felt so muggy last Summer that it was getting taxing to even breathe. Humidity does have its benefits, such as keeping your skin well hydrated. However, if there is too much humidity it becomes a source of all sorts of concerns in your home, plus for your health, but for example, black mold plus mildew thrive in homes that have high humidity plus hence higher moisture levels. This is why you need to find a way to reduce humidity levels! One of the easiest solutions that was so handy last Summer was installing a dehumidifier. The central Heating plus A/C does reduce the humidity to some extent, however it helped so much to have the dehumidifier installed. The house has been blissful ever since Ed and I installed the dehumidifier plus there has been no sign of mold or mildew.