Global Warming In Minnesota

On April 21, 1980 several stations in Minnesota reached 100 degrees. This year was sightly different, with Lake Superior still frozen over.

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5 Responses to Global Warming In Minnesota

  1. St Cloud didn’t quite make it, 96 degrees. Not only the record for the date but warmest all time for the month of April. Great to have a source here in St Cloud to access anything about our climate at http://www.stcloudstateweather.edu./weather/. A click on climate at the left then Bob Weissman’s St Cloud climate page and it’s all right there. Wouldn’t it be great if this was available at every NWS site in a format this easy to use?

    • tom0mason says:

      “Wouldn’t it be great if this was available at every NWS site in a format this easy to use?”
      Well if you left it to the government to organize it would be ready after 97% of the standing committee on Climate Reformulation And Publishing (CRAP) has reach a consensus on exactly how the work was to be organized, next it would be passed to Data Integrity Communication eXecutive (DICX) before being assessed by the Financial Assessment Recommendation Team (FART). 10 years later the whole project would be canceled because NSA, and DHS procedures could not completed correctly.

    • tom0mason says:

      Can not get in on your link but http://www.stcloudstate.edu/weather/default.asp is OK, this is the same place?

      • Yes it is. Thank you Tom. The two clicks described above will get you to the climate page. LMAO at your all to accurate account of the government approach. Wonder how many meetings all that would entail?

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