this is true. it's actually every 200 or so years that temps will rarely dip below the freezing point in most north american cities (aside from alaska and northern quebec). the last time this happened was in 1813 during what became known as "the great north american second harvest". at the time, it was considered a great blessing as most of north america experienced a shitty crop yield during the fall. ask your history teacher about it.
don't worry though, i'm sure there will be some man-made snow so mountains will open at least for the holiday weeks.
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