Los Alamos Labs Says That Hail Is Very Common

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One out of every six days in Los Alamos has a thunderstorm, and they are often accompanied by hail. I grew up there and remember it quite clearly.

Alarmists come to this blog and claim that hail is unusual in New Mexico, because they are either completely incompetent or dishonest.

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10 Responses to Los Alamos Labs Says That Hail Is Very Common

  1. Jimbo says:

    TOO? Where are YOO?

  2. Jorge says:

    Don’t waste their time with facts, Steve, it doesn’t fit their religious belief. These morons want to believe a week of 5 degrees above average temperatures is a sign of the coming apocalypse, nothing will ever change their minds. Hail, even when normal, is clearly a sign of Armaggedon.They just willfully ignore all evidence to the contrary.

    • Olaf Koenders says:

      What do you expect when you let them out of their padded room to experience the outdoors for the first time? šŸ˜‰

  3. Brad says:

    Where does that say it never rains in California when the Arctic is Ice Free? (Did you see it? I changed the narrative.) Hee hee hee.

  4. I’m afraid TOO is only TOO common of the typical drive by troll.

    They will spout some nonsensical facts, with no evidence, and then waste everybody elses’ time having to prove it wrong.
    By then, the troll has moved onto a new topic where he will spout more nonsense.
    He hopes enough people will read his original piece of crap, before others have had a chance to prove it wrong, and believe it.

  5. Chewer, says:

    Common with upper level support:

  6. Ok maybe the hail is normal but they’ve seen a lot of three headed roosters lately in the area, no doubt caused by DNA exposure to changes in the jet stream altered by arctic sea ice melt. 97% of scientists have confirmed this.

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