From The Washington Post:
"In the 21 years that I've been [in the District] October is always one of our more challenging months," said (Police Chief Cathy) Lanier, who attributed it in part to the arrival of colder weather, which makes it easier for people to conceal weapons in jackets and baggy clothing.
Also, the world will need fewer sweatshops when it gets too hot to wear clothing.
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