Do you want to build a snowman?

No, thank you. If you’re anything like me, you had enough snow this winter. I’ve heard many people talk about this year’s frequent and heavy snowfall from my coworkers to diners at my local coffee shop, Atwater’s.

Some of my colleagues said climate change must not be happening because it snowed on the first day of spring. Others even joked that Elsa, the icy princess in the Disney movie “Frozen,” must be behind the all the freezing rain.

Comments like this make me cringe because weather and climate, while related, are completely different.

Read the full article on The Baltimore Sun’s website.

Larissa Johnson is a New Economy Maryland Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies.

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