Look What Your SUV Did

I will be in Colorado and New Mexico over New Years. Look what your SUV did to my holiday. Mann-made polar vortex.

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19 Responses to Look What Your SUV Did

  1. cdquarles says:

    That looks like ‘normal’ winter weather to me :P.

  2. Dave1billion says:

    I’ll be in Breckenridge snowboarding starting January 3, so I’d like to give a shout out to all of you gas guzzlers and thank you for all of the snow.

  3. Llanero says:

    Are you going to visit Heyhoe while you’re down?

  4. lance says:

    Sorry, we are expected to export this extra ‘warm’ winter ‘weather’ from Canada to the USA….unfortunately, we can’t get rid of all the cold air, we have to keep some…rats….

    Well, enjoy your trip out west.

  5. ren says:

    The current temperature in the north-east Asia.

  6. scizzorbill says:

    Me and my SUV: Just doing my part to combat climate cooling, increase plant growth, and reverse desertification.

  7. Billy Liar says:

    We badly need Al Gore to pay a visit to the European Alps.

    http://www.stantonamarlberg.com/en/service/weather-and-snow-report

    0°C isotherm at 3,000 meters tomorrow – it was lower than that in August.

  8. NancyG says:

    I gave my SUV to my husband and got another mini-van. Boy, did i miss the extra space.

    Have a good time, whatever the weather!

  9. rah says:

    Well that answers one question I had. You definitely aren’t much into snow skiing. Otherwise you would be happy about it.

    • I grew up 15 minutes from skiing, and bought season passes for $20. Now it means hours of driving and hundreds of dollars for one day. I would rather ride my bicycle!

      • philjourdan says:

        And the slopes are not nearly as good.

        Bikes are better!

      • Gail Combs says:

        That is why I took up X-country ski and telemark. Down hill is just too expensive now. I used to go to one resort, Mount Sunapee, and ski the bunny slope. I often ended up being the ‘catcher’ for the handicapped skiers because I could easily move up and down slope and retrieve their equipment for them. Met a lot of ‘Nam vets that way.

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