Last year, the new normal was no snow. This year, the new normal is heavy snow.
Every year, the old normal is brain-damaged leftists trying to seize control.
Reblogged this on Gds44's Blog.
Climate changed to no snow then changed back to snow. Climate changed by going back to the way it was!
IT’S A MIRACLE!
The new normal is somewhere between half of the peak value and half the least value of averaged, homogenized, normalized anomaly readings. OK?
Whining from the left is normal, but it’s nothing new.
Normal, there is no normal in climate, see Hubert Lamb.
An individual who, after about 50 years of study, concluded that “climate” is a property of the Earth’s orbit.
Head of the school at East Anglia University, too.
People like Lamb are wiped out of consideration faster than Soviet history books were re-written.
Maybe Obama should redistribute snowfall the same way he redistributes wealth. Nobody allowed to have to much or too little.
The projected reduction in snow cover will adversely affect winter recreation and the industries that rely upon it.
The length of the winter snow season would be cut in half across northern New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, and reduced to just a week or two in southern parts of the region by late this century under a higher emissions scenario. Winter snow and ice sports, which contribute $7.6 billion annually to the region’s economy, will be particularly affected by warming.
From the (Draft) National Climate Assessment Report, Northeast Regional. “Doctor” Thomas Karl, chair of the panel.
Hey! it’s only a draft, so that means they’ll take input from non-nitwits to revise it.
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