A wet, March snow shut down northern Michigan for days. Some people were without power for a week. Then the temperature swung into the eighties shattering records and causing fruit trees to bud early. Frosts then destroyed pretty much every cherry bud in the region. That's the second time in a decade the crop has been wiped out. Are these freak events or the new normal? If it's the latter, how does a community prepare for a more disastrous future?