Do you enjoy reading about past weather and climate events? If so, you might be interested in this story published in Morning Ag Clips about the very cold summer of 1816, which followed a major volcanic eruption of Mount Tambora that put a lot of emissions into the atmosphere. That kept sunlight from reaching the surface, resulting in much cooler temperatures than normal along with unusually late frosts.

Source: Jialiang Gao, Commons Wikimedia