Global Weirding Hits Colorado

After setting record lows last week, we set a record high yesterday. I blame both the bitter cold and yesterday’s Chinook down slope warming, on excess heat trapped in the atmosphere by emissions from your incandescent light bulb and pickup truck.

Some apologies are in order from you people who are not driving a Prius.

 

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8 Responses to Global Weirding Hits Colorado

  1. Scarlet Pumpernickel says:

    This is a classic!!!!

    http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2011/s3141805.htm

    First I didn’t know Australia’s records are 500 years old when the first fleet arrived in 1778.

    Secondly, wasn’t Darwin destroyed in 1974 by cyclone Tracey, they already forgot about that even in their 500 year record

    LOL LOL LOL!!!

  2. Molon Labe says:

    How about that…the old record was set around 30 years ago (1 PDO cycle).

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    The temperatures have been a bouncing ball lately. In DC they are predicting 70 on President’s Day (Monday) and a blizzard with temps falling into the 20s Monday night.

  4. bubbagyro says:

    So the high temp record has nothing to do with the Stevenson screen set in the midst of the Ft. Collins Air Force runways? Nah, can’t be related. 1° F record? Wow, one whole degree. Using a ±5° accuracy UHI station?

  5. Nobama says:

    Remember Dr. Richard Keene’s charts? The 1930s had the most highs AND the most Lows as I recall… Veddy interestink.

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