Naturally, everybody’s talking about the weather. It been hot and dry and lots of people wonder why.
“Climate change” is the pat answer.
However, one of the meteorologists I follow -- John Wheeler, with WDAY-TV in Fargo, N.D., where I live -- says the summer's heat isn’t the direct result of a warming globe.
“Actually, the frequency of 100 degree F days in Fargo has been in decline in recent years,” he wrote in a recent column that appears in the Fargo…