Michigan State University : Wisconsin Winters To Warm Eight Degrees In The Next Forty Years



Winters in Wisconsin are currently cooling at a rate of 86 degrees per century, but no doubt that will change soon when CO2 comes back from holiday.



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9 Responses to Michigan State University : Wisconsin Winters To Warm Eight Degrees In The Next Forty Years

  1. suyts says:

    lol, if that bit of fantasy were to be true, Wisconsin winters would almost be tolerable. What’s wrong with these people?

    • Me says:

      Someone conducted a computer modle is my guess!

      • Scarlet Pumpernickel says:

        I guess computer models and computers have improved since the 1970s when the models were saying we were heading for an ice age, now the computers worked out since 1850s the temperature is going up, why trade against a trend?

  2. Andy Weiss says:

    Snow at a Packers game will be something we can tell our grandchildren about!

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    They will have to import virtual ice for the 100 anniversary of the 1967 Ice Bowl!

  4. Anything is possible says:

    Does this mean that Wisconsin winter temperatures will take until 2055 to return to 2001 levels?

  5. Hal says:

    And John Kerry might lament about “The un-frozen tundra at Lambert Field.”

  6. Charles Higley says:

    “The future projections for Wisconsin were based on the A1B emissions scenario, developed by the IPCC”

    Ah, more stupid models from the IPCC. The kiddies there with their crayons always like to draw lines upwards. They probably have to argue over who gets to put their best scribble (graph) on the refrigerator. I always liked to look at my kids random scribblings.

    We pay these guys to run programs with the quality of a cardboard box?

  7. AGW_Skeptic says:

    A great opinion piece regarding this recent study claiming severe warming in Wisconsin by 2050.


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