AGW – T-Rex Snow Removal Service

This ‘snow removal’ crew is ready for the next big Nor’Easter, Polar Vortex, or Mesozoic Era.

General Mills – Overworking Rabbits Since 1958

**Delicious General Mills Cocoa Puffs

AGW – Remember the Donner Party

The Mercury News reports, “Sierra Nevada snowpack is biggest in 22 years — and more snow is on the way“.

After a month of huge blizzards and “atmospheric river” storms, the Sierra Nevada snowpack — source of a third of California’s drinking water — is 177 percent of the historic average, the biggest in more than two decades.

Gov. Jerry, “Moonbeam“, Brown is calling for all travelers in the Sierra Nevada’s, especially around the Donner Pass area, to carry at least 3 months worth of supplies because, “You remember how hungry those Donner Party folks got during the winter of ’46-’47.”

#Snowflakes – Risk Adversity

**Risk Adverse/Risk Adversity – Malapropism

January 20, 2017 – The Day AGW Ended

Inauguration Day, January 20, 2017 will go down as the beginning of the end for AGW-Climate Change-Global Warming (AKA: Weather).

 

Schadenfreude – Prius Unenvy

Heh.

**scha-den-freu-de  – some fine examples of Schadenfreude.

AGW – We’re All Doomed (to Freeze Our Asses Off)

The Washington Post forgot that it is supposed to only report about Global Warming.  Here’s the gem for today, “Rare coast-to-coast cold snap to engulf Lower 48 late next week“.

Frozen Al Gore

Frigid air will grip an unusually large portion of the Lower 48 states in just over a week’s time. The cold is predicted to consume almost the entire nation, from the Pacific Northwest to the Southeast, sparing only Florida.

While some parts of the country are forecast to experience temperatures 30 to 50 degrees colder than normal, the cold snap will be most remarkable for the amount of real estate it is predicted to cover.

Brian Brettschneider, a climatologist based in Alaska, noted Thursday that the National Weather Service’s six- to 10-day temperature outlook (below) projected the nation’s largest area with high confidence (90 percent probability) of below-normal temperatures in 15 years of issuing such outlooks.