Global Warming Hits Mexico

It is too cold to go in the pool here on the Yucatan Peninsula, thanks to a climate disrupted by missing Arctic ice and a loopy jet stream, combined with missing ocean heat and a shortage of Margarita ice for the Polar bears to drown in.

Even the Quati’s are desperate for relief from the heat.

Quati

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11 Responses to Global Warming Hits Mexico

  1. Andy DC says:

    Sorry that you are not having better weather for your vacation. As we all know, global cooling is entirely consistent with global warming.

  2. craziguy369 says:

    Precisely why they changed the name from “Global Warming” to “Climate Change” … that covers everything, every weather event possible is now attributable to Man Made CO2 ..

  3. craziguy369 says:

    Sure could use a few of those Hiroshima Bombs to unfreeze Mexico..

  4. lanceap says:

    Starting this weekend CAGW is going to hit alberta…actually a lot of canada…. when can I become a climate refugee?

  5. gator69 says:

    Just take one of those three wheeled bikes out for a load or fifty, that should warm you up. 😉

  6. gofer says:

    In Middle Tennessee, temps are running nearly 30 degrees below normal and closing in on records.

  7. Latitude says:

    I love coatimundis!

  8. Andy Oz says:

    The UN has given the Coatimundis climate refugee status.
    You have to bring them back to Colorado to save them from the Mexican heatwave.

  9. GregO says:

    It’s consistent with a warming world – loaded dice all things being equal and all.
    Aren’t those cute little beasties extinct or something…you know; consistent with a warming world?

  10. Robertv says:

    Cow farts a greater problem than EPA previously thought, study says

    http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/11/26/big-methane-burp-cows-refineries-spew-gas/

    That means methane may be a bigger global warming issue than thought, scientists say. Methane is 21 times more potent at trapping heat than carbon dioxide, the most abundant global warming gas, although it doesn’t stay in the air as long.

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