Overheated Atmosphere Bringing Heavy Snow To Arizona And New Mexico

Heavy snow in Arizona at the end of April is a sure sign that the atmosphere is burning up.

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15 Responses to Overheated Atmosphere Bringing Heavy Snow To Arizona And New Mexico

  1. emsnews says:

    In three days it will snow AGAIN in Flagstaff, Arizona.

    I grew up in Tucson and this has to be the coldest I have seen for northern Arizona not to mention here in upstate NY which again, went below 30 degrees F last night.

  2. Ernest Bush says:

    Living in far southwest Arizona I’m looking forward to a predicted high of 77 Saturday after weeks in the low 90’s. There will probably be some low temp records set in this state. The snow will be falling at elevations of 6 or 7 thousand feet or above. When you climb the Mogollon rim across the state there is a large climb in elevation and pine trees. Tucson in the southeast has a mountain that is 9,500 feet high in its front yard. Some places will have below freezing temperatures at night for a couple of days. This just doesn’t happen this time of year in recent decades.

  3. Justa Joe says:

    Forget about it. Hoaxy Hoax tells us that we could all literally freeze to death, but if we take the last centuries temperatures no matter how dubiously collected and manipulated then average them all out and if that value has increased by some fraction of a degree the Earth is dangerously heating up out of control.

  4. omanuel says:

    Steven, this is the unanswered question: What is the full extent of worldwide deceit behind the November 2009 Climategate emails?


    I do not know the answer, but I know the answer is unimportant to the Force” that created and sustains every atom, life and world in the solar system:

    Click to access Chapter_2.pdf

  5. tom0mason says:

    All this hot snow will only worsen the drought there.

  6. R Shearer says:

    “But it’s a dry heat,” they always say.

  7. Brian D says:

    NE MN received 6 – 12″ of snow yesterday. Very heavy, wet stuff. Two days ago the street cleaners were out, and now, this morning, the plows. Duluth at #3 snowiest season and the weather forecast next week showing the possibility of a little more.

  8. lance says:

    Here in Southern Alberta, we are about to get hit with some snow….albeit not unusual, everyone is sick of the long drawn out winter/late arrival of spring…

  9. phodges says:

    Snowing in Cali-


    Should be great skiing tomorrow!

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