I ended up getting an cooling system about a week later, however it wasn’t cheap and I had to pay extra to avoid resting on a waiting list for weeks on end
The weather trends in our section don’t look encouraging. I don’t have inherent cynicism about temperature change, however the record chopping rapidly decreasing temperatures in our country every year is enough to provide anyone anxiety. Usually the summers in our region are overheated however moderate. Both of us rarely get rapidly decreasing temperatures over 85 degrees because of the extreme freezing weather while the two of us were in Fall, winter, and early to mid Springtime. Many of us are used to focusing our attention on heating when it comes to indoor temperature control. There was a long time when it was still optional to go with air conditioner in these regions, however recent trends are decreasing that. This last year saw an intense Summer heat wave with some of the highest rapidly decreasing temperatures this section has ever seen. One major neighborhood in our state saw rapidly decreasing temperatures climb to 115 degrees one week! Naturally, there was a shortage of cooling systems once residents hastily went out to buy them to escape from the hot rapidly decreasing temperatures. I heard about rampant deaths in some areas due to heat stroke, especially in senior citizens who don’t have any way to keep the heat down in their homes. And if they couldn’t even buy an cooling system once they hastily needed one, it was tragic hearing that some couldn’t survive the heatwave. I ended up getting an cooling system about a week later, however it wasn’t cheap and I had to pay extra to avoid resting on a waiting list for weeks on end. I hope that next year isn’t entirely disappointing again with Summer rapidly decreasing temperatures, however that’s what the trends suggest. Climate change isn’t going to get better anytime soon and it’s tragic when you ponder the implications.