Blizzard Tonight, Tomorrow, Saturday As Global Warming Gets Cold

Where is Spring?  It isn’t here, yet.  Tonight and tomorrow and Saturday, we will have this blizzard!  Today, finally, most of the snow that lay on the ground for the last month, melted and will be replaced with lots more snow.  Note the weather maps: the storms, the cold is coming from the Pacific Ocean, not just Hudson Bay.

 

The map below shows how the next blizzard is going to move across Nevada, Arizona (!!!!) New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Montana.  So, it will be snowing two days from now in upstate NY to Maine and Eastern Canada as well as the Rockies and ‘hot’ Arizona.  We can’t have ‘global warming’ when a key part of major continents are seeing out of season winter weather.

Good lord, look at who is freezing.  My poor little robins came last week and were freaked out, there was snow everywhere and they fled again, southwards, the little guys couldn’t return to their happy home nesting trees on my mountain.

 

The deer are frantic, they were forced to eat bark.  Bad for the trees!  The DNC wants to have a coup because they believe we will roast to death soon and they want to save me by freezing my ass.  Well, to hell with them or rather, can we ship them all to Antarctica?  Except the Emperor Penguins would be most unhappy.  Sigh.

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9 responses to “Blizzard Tonight, Tomorrow, Saturday As Global Warming Gets Cold

  1. ziff

    hottest winter ever! reports coming soon , there was a made up one from some carbon GW blog posted on physics .org but they took it down.

  2. Jim R

    Sun so hot we froze to death, Suzanna don’t you cry!

  3. jason

    They’ve largely gone silent on CAGW as inconvirnient facts of the Winter and Spring progressed, The UN tried the warmest year ever tactic using WMO data to generate global headlines before Christmas but nature did not produce the weather then needed to push the narrative in their target market that is US taxpayers.

  4. Old Ari

    We are having Spring daffs are flowering, las week a bear fresh out of hibernation tried to eat a man

  5. Sunger

    Washington, DC, 5 March 2014 – Climate change is a “threat multiplier” and a critical component of future defense strategy, according to the Pentagon’s Quadrennial Defense Review 2014 released yesterday. The 2014 QDR review states:

    “Climate change poses another significant challenge for the United States and the world at large. As greenhouse gas emissions increase, sea levels are rising, average global temperatures are increasing, and severe weather patterns are accelerating. These changes, coupled with other global dynamics, …will devastate homes, land, and infrastructure. Climate change may exacerbate water scarcity and lead to sharp increases in food costs. The pressures caused by climate change will influence resource competition while placing additional burdens on economies, societies, and governance institutions around the world. These effects are threat multipliers that will aggravate stressors abroad such as poverty, environmental degradation, political instability, and social tensions – conditions that can enable terrorist activity and other forms of violence.”

    The Pentagon is developing strategies to address climate threats through operational provisions, including altering the type of support the defense forces may be called upon to provide to civil authorities.

    “The Pentagon threat assessment shows a sophisticated understanding of the future our defense forces will face as the world continues to warm and as climate impacts continue to increase,” said Durwood Zaelke, President of the Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development. “Secretary Hagel and his team at the Pentagon are climate realists, as they prepare the military to operate in the resource-stressed world of the future, where the frequency and severity of climate disasters continue to grow. This is U.S. global leadership at its finest.”

  6. Perhaps this is why the Pentagon wants WWIII: Russia warming up means Russia stronger. 🙂

  7. Moe

    On a slightly different (OK, completely different) note, even marsupials apparently can be adaptive.

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