May and June i the Midwest have been the coolest since records started being kept.
And crops are expected to yield poorly due to cooler weather last summet in agricutural areas of Europe and a much cooler spring than normal in North America.
This winter (now, actually) there has been abnormal snowfall in Australian and New Zeeland.
While we do lots of stuff about "Anthropogenic Global Warming" food crops are nearing crisis conditions due to cooler, damer weather. this at a time when US and global grainreserves are at a two decade low.
My garden is yielding poorly for the time of year, and plant's are not as far along as they should be for mid-june, due to the wet and coold spring.
Global warming? I remain unconvinced, especially as we enter a Maunder Minimum period.