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The evidence that climate change is fixing Hanoi’s weather just keeps piling up. After a week of much-needed rejuvenating rain, we have spectacular sunshine and clear air today, the kind you usually get in Hanoi perhaps 10 days a year. This is a section of the view from my roof:
Just above the houses, you can see a faint bluish outline. Those are the 1000-meter mountains of Tam Dao, about 40 km away. Someone in Hanoi no more expects to look up and see Tam Dao than someone in New York expects to look up and see Pike’s Peak.
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