Warmed globe freezing early again – October 29, 2008
Global warming is raising its head again this year bringing near-record cold and moutain snow blown by strong winds in North Carolina. Fifteen degrees below normal for late October is a strange occurrence for a warming planet, but not unlike the unseasonal cold temps and blizzards of last year, which began too early in the fall and ran too late into the summer.
The fifth game of the World Series had to be postponed due to a winter storm dumping snow with high gusty winds above 50 mph across the Northeast. The early winter conditions swept into the Deep South, dusting Jackson, KY with snow and dropping temps to 38 degrees in Little Rock, ARK.
Houston, Texas is experiencing a freeze warning on October 29, something that ususally doesn’t happen until December or even January. Once in a great while, it may get really cold in November. Last year, Houston had a freak cold front in July, bringing rare summer sweater weather at night.
How cold would it be if the planet wasn’t dying of global warming? Hmmm. Just maybe it’s not.
It’s time to contact your elected officials, once you know who they are, and tell them not to support global warming measures, especially cap and trade.
THERE IS NO MORE TIME TO DO NOTHING.