It depends on the type of storm. When they occur before late autumn, ice storms, blizzards, and other storms related to cold temperatures are generally considered unusual in temperate regions. Other storms, however, routinely occur before winter. For example, hurricane season is in late summer or early autumn, while thunderstorms are often associated with summer. So, though an increase in the frequency of pre-winter storms may be cause for concern, the phenomenon is not without precedent.
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