You're not imagining things: 2018 has been a year of weird weather.
First of all, it was predicted last January (CLICK HERE).
Since then, we've had ...
Early January brought snowflakes to the Florida panhandle for the first time since 1989
15 full inches in part of the Sahara Desert
The coldest April, followed by the hottest May
A fire in the Texas Panhandle burned so hot during the month of May that it formed a kind of cloud usually associated with volcanic eruptions
Snow in June for parts of Canada usually in the 60s by this point
CLICK HERE for more on what has made 2018 a year where the seasons won't learn their place.