Poet/Playwright Says The Great Lake States Are Getting Really Hot

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15 Responses to Poet/Playwright Says The Great Lake States Are Getting Really Hot

  1. ACR says:

    I’m curious, Steven. You often show graphs like this using a “Nine Year Mean”. Nine years seems like a curious choice. Why not use a ten year mean?

  2. Gail Combs says:

    Tim Cloward needs to spend the winter in his Skivvies in Wisconsin or Michigan and then we will ask him his opinion about global warming in February

    • Bob Greene says:

      I was grilling outside in Lansing, MI, New Year’s eve it was so balmy. 15°F or so. If the good poet thinks it’s’ so warm, he’s welcome to come sit on the porch and have a beer when we do it next year.

      • Shazaam says:

        As long as the wind is low, grilling on the north coast is a 4 season activity. Natural gas grills are difficult to find and well worth it when grilling in the snow. Shoveling a path to the grill (it’s on the deck) is one of my less-than-sane activities during the winter. Neighbors must think I’m a loon.

        That taste of summer-time in the mid-winter is worth it though. Bonus, you can keep the beer cold in the (attached) garage. Though I had it (beer) freeze in there for the first time in 20 years last winter.

        • Sorry about the beer. Other than that it all sounds good. My neighbors don’t think I’m a loon. They know.

        • Gail Combs says:

          I used a charcoal hibachi grill year round when I lived in New York state. I always rented an apartment in an older home with a porch. My first apartment was half a house that was built in the 1700s and they never bothered to up date the upstairs and add things like heat or a real closet or stairs that had treads wider than 5 inches. (my half had the servants stairs)

  3. Tom Bakert says:

    Poster child for confirmation bias.

  4. Scott Allen says:

    ok according to the report they are expecting 100,000 people from all over the world to attend the “march”, given that the average person exhales about 2.2 pounds of CO2 per day plus the CO2 emitted by the means of transporting these “true believing cult members” to get to the march I think I have found a way to get rid of about 15 hundred tons of CO2 per day, with probably no real world consequences, since most of them are living off of the taxpayers anyway. I am of course kidding but I find it truly ironic that you would get on a jet and fly half way across the country emitting tons of CO2 from the jet engines plus the taxi, plus all the food and water that has to be trucked in all to complain of too much CO2 in the air.

  5. stpaulchuck says:

    I don’t know what sci-fi comic those temperatures on the map came from but I can tell you that this was the worst ‘summer’ in decades. It was either cold (by twenty degrees), raining, or both here in the Peoples Republic of Minnesota.

    I hardly ran the air con all summer. Most of the time it was to blow off the accumulated humidity before bed time and then not often. I actually had to run the furnace a couple times overnight because of the extreme temperature drop. My water bill is about half last year’s because of all the rain this year accompanied by significantly lower temperatures (during the rain).

    If you woke up to a sunny morning and didn’t immediately go hook up the boat and go to the lake, you missed it. It was hard to put two or three warm and sunny days back to back all summer. The pressure gradients were terrible as well causing very high winds and bad gusts as various high and low cells migrated in over time.

  6. It was really hot here in SoCal the first two weeks of this month. But then … its ALWAYS hot here the first two weeks of September. Having lived here for the past 76 years, I can now predict the weather with a fair amount of accuracy. May 1st … there will be a heat wave. In June we will have overcast skies for most of the month … we call it “June Gloom.” July hot. August hot. September hot. First two weeks of October fair and nice. By Halloween cold and the start of our winter. El Nino expected this winter, so rain will be coming our way (finally!). And if the seas rise 20 feet, Al Gore will be driven out of his multi-million-dollar seaside estate along the Santa Barbara coast.,
    See how easy climate predictions are?

  7. Pathway says:

    It is so hot hear in Grand Jct, CO that Sept 2013 had the most precipitation ever recorded for that month and December 2013 had the coldest average temperature ever recorded for that month and August 2014 was the third coolest and third rainiest ever recorded for that month.
    See how hot it is here. Don’t move here as it is a miserable place to live.

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