This Is Not The Atmosphere I Grew Up With

In 2011, Jeff Masters told us that global warming meant more snow and cold for the US.

Global warming means more snowstorms: scientists
March 1, 2011

http://phys.org/news/2011-03-global-snowstorms-scientists.html

Last winter, Jeff Masters told us that the lack of snow and the warm temperatures in the US were a sure sign of global warming. He famously stated – “This is not the atmosphere I grew up with

Jeff Masters, founder of Weather Underground, the web’s go-to site for meteorological information, watched an eerie early morning outside his Michigan home and wrote, “This is not the atmosphere I grew up with,”

Jeff Masters | NationofChange

A huge cold blast is headed to the US this week, which will once again prove global warming, because all US weather now undeniably proves global warming.

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7 Responses to This Is Not The Atmosphere I Grew Up With

  1. Ira says:

    kinda like Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Modern Major General”

  2. Andy DC says:

    Today it is 70 degrees with rain. That is far different when in 1960 when it was 70 degrees with rain. Today’s 70 degrees with rain has a human footprint all over it. If we all go green, we can again have the type of 70 degrees with rain that we all knew as kids.

  3. gator69 says:

    He is right. The air is cleaner, and so is the water. But the intellectual climate has declined.

  4. It’s scary. When I was a kid we had years where we had snow on Hallow E’en, & other years when it was reasonably warm snowless until early January. Now-a-days we get exactly the same variance because of that 1978 Ford ¾-ton pickup I once owned.

  5. slimething says:

    I don’t know what part of Michigan Jeff Masters is from, but where I live it was 70 deg on Christmas day in the early 1980’s. I recall my mother outside washing windows.

    Every generation thinks their time is unique. People like Jeff Masters don’t bother researching history, they just assume because weather is different today than when they were younger it must be “unprecedented”.

  6. Sparks says:

    He must have grew up in a bubble!

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