As I watched the East Coast on Fire I thought that, "This is like California in the summer most years!"
But it isn't at all like the east coast except for maybe Florida or Georgia during any normal year. So then, I took the next step which is, "Food is likely going to be very regionally expensive this year throughout the U.S." which for most people might not be noticeable that much. However, for some it will not be good. But likely the worst hit will be Central And South America because the North American Droughts likely will raise food prices in extreme ways throughout North and South America. And those on lower per capita incomes than the U.S. might be hurt in a very serious way.
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