Summer Is A Thing Of The Past In Norway

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Snow in June? Only in Norway | IceNews – Daily News

h/t to RobertV

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14 Responses to Summer Is A Thing Of The Past In Norway

  1. R. Shearer says:

    A sign of climate change? Cooling?

  2. exNOAAman says:

    The article says this is Tomso Norway. According to this site, they have 24 hours of daylight there at this time of year:
    http://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/norway/tromso
    Hard to imagine, (at least for us southerners)

  3. Aphan says:

    Steven, buckle in. You made the top title at Drudge! Might want to get a bouncer. 🙂

  4. Truthseeker says:

    Norwegian children will not know what summer is!!

  5. Caused by global warming, I mean global climate change, I mean climate disruption.

  6. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    This snow is clearly in denial.

  7. Robert Austin says:

    First time ever snow in June, hey, that’s just weather. Now a record high temperature, that definitely would be climate change. /sarc

  8. Ken Barber says:

    No, NOT “only in Norway.” I had snow here in Oregon last week at Santiam Pass (only about 5,000 feet above sea level).

  9. Andy says:

    Looks like they are having a nice spell of summer sunshine at the moment.

    Being so close to the Arctic they can be affected by changes in wind direction , get a northerly and it will be cold and snow. Who would have thunk it … so not surprised why Thor ( Thaw ? … ho ho ) thought it unusual.

    Andy

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