Loading...

Friday, January 16, 2009

Global warming - Believe it, below is the evidence -

First Day With A Low Colder Than -10 In Chicago In More Than A Decade
The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill warning until noon Friday. The forecast high for Thursday is expected to linger in the negative range at -2, dropping to -15 overnight. Strong northwest winds are producing wind chill factors of -25 to -40.
Record snowfall, plunging temperatures hit the area
A new record was set Wednesday when Chicago had its ninth consecutive day of measurable snowfall, according to the National Weather Service.

The previous record was eight consecutive days set from Dec. 13 to 20, 1973.
How cold is it? Flint's 95-year-old record low falls as 19 below zero hits city
Flint broke a 95-year-old record early Wednesday morning when the temperature plummeted to a frigid 19 below zero. The previous record? Minus 10, set in 1914, according to the National Weather Service.

Well maybe NOT! One question, what was the reason for such high temperatures 95 years ago - Was this the start of the global warming???

No comments: