The Effects Of Global Warming On East Coast Snowfall

Earlier this year, a lack of snow and cold in the east was due to global warming

An early “March summer” in Canada and the United States with record high temperatures may be a symptom of global warming, researchers said.

Record-breaking summer-like conditions have been reported across North America following an unusually mild winter, meteorologists said.

‘March summer’ linked to global warming – Disaster News Network

Last Night’s soccer match was called off in New York because of snow. Experts tell us that the storms hitting the east coast are due to global warming.

Soccer: Red Bulls’ MLS playoff game postponed by snow until Thursday night –


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13 Responses to The Effects Of Global Warming On East Coast Snowfall

  1. Andy DC says:

    The last two years, we have had several record early season snowfalls in the eastern US. No one can ever convince me that multiple out of season snowfalls with afternoon temperatures approaching 30 degrees below normal can even indirectly be related to a warming planet.

  2. Billy Liar says:

    Is there anything global warming can’t do?

  3. wilbert says:

    Just wait for the catastrophic wet droughts and dry floods next year and see if it is funny.

  4. wilbert says:

    Those poor Eastern US states hit by Sandy are experiencing a true Earth day .A week plus long living in the dark,cold,no gas ,water, electricity ,transportation, no food ,a Week Plus of No carbon emission. Is this not what we are asking from our society?? … Well there you go Zero human Carbon Emission. How do they like the EARTH HOUR now?

    • leftinbrooklyn says:

      Forward!…into the Bronze Age.

      • leftinbrooklyn says:

        And yes, I’m one of those poor Northeasterners still without power. Over a week and counting. So yes, in my view, I’ve met my Earth Day celebration requirements for the rest of my life.

        When lights come back on, I may never turn them off. 🙂

  5. Michael says:

    Last March the CBC published a story predicting the end of outdoor ice rinks in Canada, especially the prairies.

  6. Michael says:

    After the 6th coldest October in the last 100 years, Calgary is currently experiencing temperatures in the double digits under the “normal” and is forecasting -12C (about 10F) for the football game Sunday.

  7. Michael says:

    I think I will just leave my SUV running all weekend, hope that warms things up a bit.

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