Friday, January 6, 2017

Remember when the Gore-butts claimed in the future kids won't know what snow is? Perhaps all they'll know is snow.

Note the last story. When will the open borders crowd of politicians be held accountable for the thousands of migrant deaths? It is the equivalent of shouting fire in a crowded theater. Enticed to their death.

Record cold and snow spread globally

By:  - Climate DepotJanuary 6, 2017 10:14 AM with 25 comments
Record cold and snow have descended upon the planet this Winter and even in the summer in some places. The cold is spreading as the latest satellite data reveals that despite a huge El Nino, global temperatures are not statistically warmer than 1998.
The global warming “pause” continues. See: Death Of Global Temperature ‘Pause’ Greatly Exaggerated – 2016 Not Statistically Warmer Than 1998  & Despite new claims, global warming temperature pause ‘still going strong’  & The Pause Lives on: Global Satellites: 2016 not Statistically Warmer than 1998
Round up of global record cold and snow
Record cold, then freezing rain in Portland metro
New cold record set in Finland
California – 6½ feet of snow in 72 hours – Homewood ski area has received 79 inches  (200 cm) of snow in the past 72 hours. Continue reading California – 6½ feet of snow in 72 hours
Boise sets TWO snowfall records. This morning, the National Weather Service measured a record 15 inches of snow on the ground at the Boise Airport. That breaks the record for total snowfall sitting on the ground, on any day of the year, in any year. The previous snow-depth record of 13 inches was set on December 30, 1983 and again December 2, 1985. Second record more than doubles previous record Yesterday, Boise received 6.5 inches of new snow, the most snow ever recorded on January 4th and more than double the previous record of 3.2 inches set in 1951.

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