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No matter where you live, you can’t escape the weather. This can be especially noticeable in October, when fall is moving into winter, or vice versa, depending on which hemisphere you live in. You’ll find the topics of weather and its long-term cousin climate sprinkled throughout this month’s issue of Analytical English . As days get colder, certain leaves change color, a phenomenon we ention in “Time for Change: Autumn Foliage in Taiwan.” When you’re out in the woods, perhaps you notice a smell in the air that signals a coming rainstorm. There’s an explanation for this, hich we cover in “Sensing the Scent of Rain.” Given enough time, weather patterns turn into climate, which, while less immediate, is equally as fascinating. In “The Rise and Fall of Angkor Wat,” we discuss how climate change may have brought down this once great city. For a more present look at climate, read about animal struggling with changes in “Hostile Planet: Mountains.” Whatever the weather is like outside, now is a perfect time to chill out with October’s Analytical English.