Anyone who lives in the drought stricken West Texas area knows that the weather has changed a whole lot over the years. Many a year went by when it would rain so much in late April and May that farmers could not get into the fields. Thunderstorms were a daily and not monthly events. Being in the tail end of tornado alley actually meant something. It seems as though the dry lines are more east of what they used to be. The weather patterns as a whole are much different and what the heck happened to the winter? We are looking at spring and summer squarely in the eyes and the cold weather made only a couple of appearances this year. Whats up with all this? We look to the experts for more, and CNN's Alexandra Steele claims that not Global warming, but Global climate changes are what's up. The tornado's are causing all this?