Michigan Has Had Both Their Coldest Winter And Summer On Record This Year

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12 Responses to Michigan Has Had Both Their Coldest Winter And Summer On Record This Year

  1. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    If you believe The Farmer’s Almanac they say that this winter will be even worse than the last one!

    • mjc says:

      And since the FA had about an 80% correct rating for last winter (and a generally excellent track record), I’m more inclined to believe their forecasts than any ‘official’ one…

  2. Ben Vorlich says:

    Hansen 1988
    What was Napoleon as about his generals – “Is he lucky?”

    General Hansen certainly was.

  3. Ben Vorlich says:

    Let me re-phrase that
    Hansen 1988
    What was it Napoleon asked about his generals – β€œIs he lucky?”

  4. philjourdan says:

    We are going to get to a SCORCHING 81 on Sunday. Ride by the Renaissance Fair if you want to see where we will be. πŸ˜‰

  5. Bob Weber says:

    So that explains why my tomato plants and the rest of our garden except for the beans are so spindly this summer here on the 45th parallel in Michigan!

  6. David Jay says:

    We may get our first(!) 90 degree day in Grand Rapids this season this coming Monday.

  7. D.SELF says:

    According NOAA it’s the 64th coldest summer which is total BS. The lies keep getting bigger and bigger.

  8. Dave Shereda says:

    geez those graphs end at about 2017 how did I miss the last 3 years?

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