Coldest Spring On Record In Iowa

Iowa March-May temperatures were the coldest on record this year, at 6.2 C. Last year was the warmest spring on record.

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7 Responses to Coldest Spring On Record In Iowa

  1. gator69 says:

    OT – Nice pics of the 1967 Oak Lawn tornado…

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/olpl_photos/sets/72157625363641806/with/5167195649/

    “…the strongest reminder that a strong tornado can pass through Chicago is the April 21, 1967, Oak Lawn F-4 event that killed 33 and injured 500. Here are some pictures of from the Oak Lawn Public Library of that event that look a lot like the damage in Moore, OK.”

    http://climateillinois.wordpress.com/2013/05/24/county-level-tornado-tracks-in-illinois/

  2. phodges says:

    Are we seeing the loss of equilibrium prior to a phase change in the climate??

    Can you say, “End of the Holocene??”

  3. Chewer says:

    The sun is and has been losing a couple of feet in its diameter every day and the solar wind and its outward energy has been quite low. The climatologists do not know what stimulus/stimuli cause phase changes in oceanic flow, nor do they understand the physical & electromagnetic conditions within our planets atmosphere. They sure have been throwing up some BS lately, questioning the possibility of other processes lending to the stop of warming, just to cover their asses.

    • F. Guimaraes says:

      what do you mean by
      “…The sun is and has been losing a couple of feet in its diameter every day…”?
      Normal fusion process?

  4. Andy Oz says:

    Extreme weather events like those in Iowa over the last two years must be increasing the orders for Global Warming bunkers and the sales of End of World freeze dried foods. Qui Bono.

    My solution – light a fire in winter and turn on the A/C in summer. Job done!!!

    I spit in the eye of CAGW!!!!! :D

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