An Al Gore AGW-Climate Change-Global Warming (AKA: Weather) trip down memory lane.
Winter will never end.
CBS Minnesota reports, “Snowfall Begins In Southern Minn., Twin Cities”
This year, April 14 could bring an event that eclipses that one, at least in the southwestern portion of the state.
WCCO meteorologist Molly Rosenblatt says that area is likely to see 8 to 15 inches of snow — or even as much as 18 inches — by Sunday evening. The situation in the Twin Cities isn’t necessarily much better, with anywhere from 7 to 10 inches likely.
Just when you thought it was safe to get your flip-flops out of the closet.
From AccuWeather, “Record-challenging cold to pour into central US“.
Temperatures are projected to drop into the single digits to near zero Fahrenheit over parts of the northern Plains and the Upper Midwest this weekend.
“Climate activists predict both outcomes — more snow, less snow — so they are never wrong,” from “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change (The Politically Incorrect Guides)“.
“Predictions of less snow were ubiquitous by global warming scientists. But once that prediction failed to come true, the opposite of what they predicted instead became—what they expected. How did global warming scientists explain record snow after prediction less snow? Easy. More snow is now caused by global warming. ‘Snow is consistent with global warming, say scientists’ blared a UK Telegraph headline in 2009. The Financial Times tried to explain “Why global warming means…more snow” in 2012…
So no matter what happens, the activists can claim with confidence the event was a predicted consequence of global warming. There is now no way to ever falsify global warming claims.”
AccuWeather says it’s not time for a walk on the beach just yet, “Snow squalls, black ice and brutal cold to riddle northeastern US in wake of intense nor’easter“.
Put those bikes away kiddies ’cause AccuWeather says your week is gonna suck, “Midweek nor’easter to bring heavy snow, cause travel disruptions and renew power outages“.
The storm set to unleash a blizzard over the northern Plains will fizzle over the eastern Great Lakes and central Appalachians Tuesday into Tuesday night.
However, the storm is projected to reorganize and strengthen along the coast as many storms often do from Wednesday into Thursday.