Here is an extremely curious statistic, is that why all winters in the past have been cold?
The mild winters of the past:
In 1229 there were violets at Christmas.
In 1241 the trees bloomed in March.
In 1287 trees have new leaves in winter.
In 1538, the gardens were already in bloom in December.
In 1582 trees were green in February.
In 1606, 1609 and 1617 there was no winter.
In 1659 there was no snow or frost.
In 1792 there was no heating in January and the trees bloomed in February.
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In 1807 there was no winter.
In 1816 and 1834 the winters were mild.
In 1861, outdoor bowling could be held on December 27, followed by severe cold, so on April 15, 1862, the arriving storks moved south again.
In 1873, 1882 and 1897 there were mild winters.
(Compiled from data from Magdeburg published in the newspaper “Allgemeiner Anzeiger”, Ermsleben, 26.1.1899)
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