AGW – ‘Effing Cold Turkey Day

From the Washington Post, “The Northeast endured its most frigid Thanksgiving in decades, and record cold persists on Black Friday.”  But, hey.  The latest White House Climate Report says “We’re All Gonna Die!!” from Climate Change.  It’s nice to know that the ‘Deep State’ still thrives in the bowels of government bureaucracy.  Too bad they forgot to include “The Chill of Solar Minimum” in their calculations or the report may have read, “Trade your shorts and flip-flops in for some long underwear and mukluks.”

Thanksgiving and Black Friday 2018 will be remembered for a record-shattering cold snap across the Northeast United States. An air mass more typical of midwinter pushed in just in time for Thanksgiving, and temperatures plummeted even further Friday morning.

Numerous cold records were established in New England, New York and even southward into the northern Mid-Atlantic as temperatures tanked into the teens, single digits and even below zero in a few spots,

It all started the afternoon and evening before Thanksgiving.

   
   

Al Gore’s Flip-Flop Flip

An Al Gore AGW-Climate Change-Global Warming (AKA: Weather) trip down memory lane.

   
   

AGW – Bureau Of Imaginary Problems

Winter will never end.

CBS Minnesota reports, “Snowfall Begins In Southern Minn., Twin Cities”

The largest April snow event in Minnesota’s recorded history brought 13.6 inches. That was on April 14, 1983.

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.

   
   

AGW – Roof Snow Shoveling 101

Here’s what NOT to do….

Here’s a better plan….

And here’s the best plan yet…. No shoveling required.

   
   

AGW – No Shortage of Ice Cubes Here

   
   

AGW – When Is It Going To Be ‘Effing Spring?

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“.

While the midweek storm will not become as powerful as the recent bomb cyclone, part of the northeastern United States can expect renewed power outages, heavy snow and widespread travel disruptions.

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.