The paper researches the local climate dynamics in the following way: behavioral potentialities (the so-called ensemble of attractive phase clouds) are reconstructed by processing the annual temperature cycles over the available period of meteorological observations; the recent cases are compared with the ones that occurred at the end of the 19th century; tracks of evolution and adaptation changes from the past to the present are determined taking into account the climate-ecosystem equilibrium. This way implies attracting bifurcation and control theories in order to be realized. So, the regulatory hypothesis is used. The local climate dynamics are associated with the dynamics of a solar energy converter under the astronomically forced hysteresis control with double synchronization (the HDS-control). Thus, novel details on local climate become apparent, and these details seem to be important in understanding tendencies concerning unbalanced climate-related processes in the future.