Heavy Snow In Spain – At The End Of April

ScreenHunter_175 Apr. 27 06.25

Europe-wide Next 3 Days Accumulated Snow

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11 Responses to Heavy Snow In Spain – At The End Of April

  1. gator69 says:

    It’s all those windmills and green jobs.

  2. Andy DC says:

    It has temporarily warmed up in the upper Midwest, but another frigid outbreak coming on May 1, with more heavy snow from Denver to Iowa & Minnesota.

    Widespread flooding next week along the permanently drought devastated Red River.

  3. Jimbo says:

    Is that snow I see up in Scotland? The Scottish ski industry is serially doomed.

    Here is another sign of early spring. 😉

    Ski resorts close
    Friday April 26, 2013
    Many ski resorts close this weekend with huge amounts of snow still on their slopes. It is icy in the morning and slushy by the afternoon, but still well worth it. It has been quite a winter in Europe though for some it continues.There is still sking to be had.

    The season of 2012/13 will go down in many people’s memories as one of the best. Ever.

    Huge amounts of snow fell across the whole winter.

    Where are the doom mongers who told us about the declining ski industry? It’s just cycles my friends, you were taken in by a bunch of pant wetting men in white coats looking for funding too.

  4. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    Global warming is really kicking in now. I bet you all wish you had listened to James Hansen now you deniers.

  5. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    I’ve worked it out now. I know what is going on. They just don’t understand the meaning of the words “global” and “warming”. They can be cured…

    • F. Guimaraes says:

      others say that *they think* that “global warming” means “snow”: no conflict with cold weather at all!:-)

  6. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    With all this global warming the snow sure isn’t as cold as it used to be.

  7. Riptile says:

    global warming globar schmarming

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