|tomato, pepper, and eggplant seedlings|
The exceptional snows of the last two winters fall within the predictions of variable weather and flows of air north and south, suggested by climate change models.
And of course, we should be babying our tomato seedlings in warm sunny spots, currently, however we can provide that. (Mine are still in the garden shed under lights and on a heating pad).
Among climate change models, weather in spring is increasingly variable. Hmm. We've certainly experienced that in the Southeastern US.