Saturday, September 28, 2013

Global Freezing: Deliveries Of The Hard Copy UN Report On Global Warming Will Be Delayed

What a great way to start the weekend. I only have a few minutes this morning, and then I will be off to soccer and swimming. It's a busy, busy day.

But, what a great way to start the weekend.

Sixteen feet of snow possible on Mt Rainier over next four days. Sixteen feet. And this is still September. The climatologists were correct. We're entering an extended period of global cooling freezing.

And it gets better: winter arrived in Oregon a month early.
Crater Lake, Oregon, received “a record-smashing 8 inches (20.3 cm) of snow in 24 hours” Tuesday into Wednesday, the National Weather Service reported.
More than one month ahead of schedule, the frosty blanket made its earliest appearance since 1986, when snow fell a week earlier on Sept. 18. Before that, the earliest appearance of a winter wonderland at Crater Lake was Sept. 24, 1948.
Now the irony. Because of the snow the USPS announced that deliveries of the hard copy of the UN study on global warming will be delayed in some areas of Oregon.

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