By Elmer Beauregard I seem to be the only one harping on this and maybe it’s not a big deal but why is USA Today ignoring how cold it is? USA today and not so “Accuweather” seem to be hiding the fact that we are having record cold in the USA. This map tells you […]
Antarctic sea ice hit 35-year record high Saturday By Jason Samenow, The Washington Post Antarctic sea ice has grown to a record large extent for a second straight year, baffling scientists seeking to understand why this ice is expanding rather than shrinking in a warming world. On Saturday, the ice extent reached 19.51 million square […]
By Barbara Hollingsworth, CNSNews.com (CNSNews.com) – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently released its “State of the Climate in 2012” report, which states that “worldwide, 2012 was among the 10 warmest years on record.”But the report “fails to mention  was one of the coolest of the decade, and thus confirms the cooling trend,” according […]
by Cody Matz, MyFoxTwinCities The calendar may say July but it feels more like September with temperatures diving into the 50’s and 60’s on Saturday in one of the coolest July days since 2009. Cold enough that we actually set a record cold high temperature for the date beating out the old record set in […]
WILMINGTON, N.Y. – A Memorial Day weekend storm has dropped three feet of snow on a New York ski mountain near the Vermont boarder. Whiteface Mountain spokesman Jon Lundin says 36 inches of white powder has blanketed the nearly 5,000-foot tall mountain in the Adirondacks. That has forced the Olympic Regional Development Authority to close […]
By John Upton, grist.org Melting glaciers might have been the farthest thing from some lakeshore-dwelling Minnesotans’ and Manitobans’ minds these past few days. Twitter user Jill Coubrough, @coubroughCBCA home destroyed by an ice surge in Manitoba, Canada. Fast-growing sheets of ice, marching steadily forward as if out of a horror film, destroyed homes near Dauphin […]
ROCHESTER MN: A record breaking 14″ of snow from a rare May snowstorm in Rochester Minnesota wasn’t enough to make this Canadian Goose leave the nest. “This photo was taken today by Greg Munson, Quarry Hill Nature Center naturalist in Rochester. The mother goose has been sitting on her 9 eggs for 2 weeks and […]
By Elmer Beauregard It is the second day of spring and most of Minnesota was below zero this morning but you wouldn’t know it from NOAA’s real-time temperature map. This was from 9:12 this morning when it was -14º F below zero in Bemidji Minnesota, according to this color chart it looks like it was […]
By Elmer Beauregard A Tale of Two St. Patty’s Days Tomorrow is the first day of spring and we just got hit with a blizzard here in Minnesota, this will be the coldest March in decades. Just last year it was 80º F on St. Patrick’s Day, this year it was 15º at the time […]
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With dire proclamations of ice free Arctic summers vehemently debunked, the latest data indicates that both wildlife and the environment in earth’s coldest regions has not experienced the catastrophic devastation predicted as a result of man-made climate change.
Pajamasmedia Want to know why global warming alarmists and climate scientists in general have lost credibility with the American public? Consider a new study released today — and the unintentionally hilarious weasel words of its author — as Exhibit A. As reported in the San Francisco Chronicle today, a meteorologist did a 30-year survey of […]
In America coal powered plants scrub out the sulfur and pay huge fines for any sulfur emissions. What the geoengineers hope to do is then take the scrubbed out sulfur from the power plants, put it on planes and spray into the atmosphere to offset the global warming that the coal plants are causing… …It […]
The melting record snow from the Rockies is causing all kinds of havoc with flooding. Al Gore is trying to blame it on Global Warming but I say you can blame it on a record cold and long winter.
A storm that has prompted a tornado watch across Nebraska and Kansas today also left 2 to 4 inches of snow in the Rocky Mountains, said Joe Ramey, a weather service meteorologist in Grand Junction, Colorado.
The term “Event” can only be attributed to “Weather” because it occurs over a short period of time. A tornado lasts for just a few minutes, so a Tornado can’t be a “Climate Event” it is a “Weather Event”. When you have a “Weather Event” you have to look at the conditions at the time […]
“This is a good thing, because we should figure out if Global Warming is even happening before we start writing policy.” said Elmer Beauregard. “Its April 20th and we just got dumped on again, when are people going to stop believing the bozos!”
Local Detroit communities scrambled to send out salt trucks while warning that carbon-spewing trucks are destroying the planet, and local schools prepared to scare the kiddies with the movie Carbon Nation — assuming schools didn’t have a snow day.