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Jan 19 13:05

Wind Turbine breaks in half in Chatham-Kent

A wind turbine has snapped in half and is currently sitting bent over in an open field in Chatham-Kent.

The turbine is located at Drake Road and 16 Line in South Buxton.

John Norton, the general manager of community development with the municipality, says the fire chief is on scene, as well as police.

Jan 19 10:38

Freeze warning once again for parts of the Suncoast

Don't put away the jackets quite yet as another round of freezing temperatures can be expected Friday morning.

High pressure building in will keep skies clear tonight and winds rather light, but we will still see wind chills in the upper 20s to low 30s to start the day on Friday.

Jan 19 09:58

Cleveland Tells Wind Industry, ‘Government is Not Your Sugar Daddy’

Rep. Bobby Cleveland is submitting legislation to halt tax incentives for renewable resources. If passed, it would impact the wind and solar power industry in Oklahoma.

House Bill 2908 would repeal Senate Bill 440 which allowed the zero-emission energy facilities to collect tax credits.

“It’s time we do away with this costly tax credit,” said Cleveland. “The government is not your sugar daddy, no matter how hard the wind industry may wish. Wind companies are no longer in their infancy, and the industry is stable enough to stand on its own feet.”

Jan 19 09:49

Snowfall Covers All 50 States for First Time Since 2010

As of Wednesday morning, snowfall covered at least part of all 50 states and blanketed 52.3 percent of the country, WMTV reported.

Jan 19 09:30

'This is some deviants trying to do something,' legislator tells Moore police officer after discovering tracker on pickup

'This is some deviants trying to do something,' legislator tells Moore police officer after discovering tracker on pickup

Jan 19 09:26

Al Gore's Inconvenient Hypocrisy


When Gore’s first film came out The National Center discovered he was using 20 Times more electricity than the average household. Eleven years and a second film later he’s become an even bigger energy hypocrite.

Jan 18 14:30

Russia's Yakutia region temperatures of -84? (-119?) are shattering and bursting thermometers as INSANE cold to last through January

On Tuesday, in Russia's Yakutia region, temperatures dropped to an unbelievable 84 degrees below zero.

Temperatures are so low that thermometers are freezing and bursting.

Jan 18 11:44

Frigid photos of the snow-ravaged South

Unusually arctic conditions continued to roil the South on Wednesday. The unconventional weather patterns – including snow, ice, record low temperatures and below-zero wind chills – have shut down interstates, triggered highway crashes, closed airport runways and prompted widespread school and government office closings.

At least eight people have died, including a baby in a car that plunged off an icy overpass into a Louisiana canal, the Associated Press reported.

Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards has declared a state of emergency in Louisiana, according to his official Twitter account. More than 1,200 Department of Transportation and Development employees are working around the clock, distributing 1.5 million pounds of salt across the state to help alleviate road conditions.

Jan 18 07:45

More than 2,000 flights cancelled as 57 million East Coasters - from Florida to Maine - are hit with snow, ice and freezing cold temperatures

A winter storm has broken off into two branches, one battering the Northeast, and the other bringing show and ice to the South

The South awoke on Wednesday to a two-part Arctic mess. First came a thin blanket of snow and ice, and then came the below-zero wind chills.

The snowfall sabotaged morning rush hour even before it began, sending cars crashing into each other on major thoroughfares throughout the region. Officials urged people to stay off the slick roads if possible, and to bundle up and wear layers of clothing if they ventured outside.

Jan 18 07:32

Legislator suspected wind industry behind tracking device

The state legislator who found a GPS tracker on his pickup suspects the wind industry is behind it.

Rep. Mark McBride spoke to a Moore police officer about his suspicions late Dec. 4 after finding the tracking device underneath his pickup.

"He advised me of the possibility of a wind farm corporation being connected to placing the GPS on his vehicle," Officer Francisco Franco wrote in a police information report.

The officer wrote McBride explained he "is in the process of writing legislation against wind farms which could influence wind farm corporations negatively."

Jan 18 07:27

Worst-case global warming scenarios not credible: study

Earth's surface will almost certainly not warm up four or five degrees Celsius by 2100, according to a study released Wednesday which, if correct, voids worst-case UN climate change predictions.

A revised calculation of how greenhouse gases drive up the planet's temperature reduces the range of possible end-of-century outcomes by more than half, researchers said in the report, published in the journal Nature.

"Our study all but rules out very low and very high climate sensitivities," said lead author Peter Cox, a professor at the University of Exeter.

How effectively the world slashes CO2 and methane emissions, improves energy efficiency, and develops technologies to remove CO2 from the air will determine whether climate change remains manageable or unleashes a maelstrom of human misery.

Jan 16 14:24

If Hillary Was President.Would She Allow the USA to freeze During the Artic Blast to So Call Save the Planet?

I can say if Hillary was President. America would freeze to comply with lowering our carbon foot print in the name of saving the planet

Jan 16 13:23

Tillerson Breaks With White House, Rejects Freeze Of Military Exercises Near North Korea

In a direct reversal with the recently disclosed official White House policy, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. rejects a 'freeze for freeze' approach that would pause joint U.S./South Korean military drills in exchange for a pause to North Korea's nuclear program.

Speaking in Vancouver at a meeting with foreign ministers, Tillerson said that "we reject a 'freeze for freeze' approach, in which legitimate defensive military exercises are placed on the same level as the DPRK’s unlawful actions. The pressure campaign will continue until North Korea takes decisive steps to de-nuclearize."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am having a Jean-Luc Picard "double face palm", at warp speed, upon reading this.

Is it pathologically impossible for these to gentlemen to at least appear to be on the same page, regarding US foreign policy, for at least a millisecond?!?

This stuff is crazy-making; and I would like to believe that there is some kind of a strategy here, but for the life of me, I cannot see it!!

Jan 16 12:03

Heavy snow accumulating as road crews tackle highways

Road crews are salting and plowing interstate highways and shifting more resources to Northern Davidson County as heavy snow continues to fall in most areas.

Some areas are seeing impressive amounts of snow. Emergency managers, police and road crews report snow totals so far:

Jan 16 12:02

Travel warning as parts of UK set for heavy snow

Parts of the UK could see up to 25cm (9.8in) of snow on Tuesday night, the Met Office has said.

Amber warnings for snow and ice have been issued for southern Scotland and Northern Ireland, with forecasts of between 15cm (5.9in) and 25cm (9.8in) of snow on higher ground and up to 10cm (3.9in) at lower levels.

Jan 16 12:02

Czech highway closed amid heavy snow, multiple car crashes

Heavy snow in the Czech Republic has caused dozens of car crashes and closed down the country's major highway.

The Czech Hydro-meteorological Institute warned the snowfall was expected to hit six of the country's 14 regions, mostly in eastern Czech Republic.

The D1 highway, a key route that links the capital Prague with the country's east, was blocked at several places after multiple crashes, including trucks.

At least two people have been injured.

Jan 16 12:01

Freezing Weather Beginning to Shut Down Houston Area Highways

Large stretches of area highway HOV lanes have already closed down for the day as frozen precipitation falls across the region. From I-45 South up U.S. 69 North to I-10 and portions of U.S. 69 south, the first signs of the latest winter storm are showing on area roadways before what is expected to be the worst to come later in the morning on Tuesday.

Some small patches of freeway including 10 inside the loop at Washington and Studemont as well as on the Gulf Freeway at Dixie Farm Road have been closed due to icing on overpasses. Areas north of the city are seeing closures as well as Harris County warns the worst is still ahead.

Jan 16 12:00

NWS warns of possible freezing temperatures

Commuters across the Rio GrandeValley should exercise caution while heading out to work and school Wednesday morning as freezing weather could make crossing bridges and overpasses hazardous because of icy roadway conditions.

“Watch out for elevated surfaces because of light icing from freezing drizzle,” National Weather Service Brownsville/Rio Grande Valley Warning Coordination Meteorologist Barry Goldsmith said Monday afternoon. “The peak impact in the Valley is the Wednesday morning commute between 5 and 9 in the morning.”

A strong cold front bringing a blast of cold air from Canada will move through the Rio GrandeValley and the northern ranchlands today.

Jan 16 12:00

It’s so cold in Russia people’s eyelashes are freezing – it’s -62°C

If you think it’s been cold in the UK recently, spare a thought for the people of the village of Oymyakon in Russia. Temperatures there have dropped to as low as -62°C, according to one thermometer, cold enough to freeze people’s eyelashes.

Jan 16 11:59

Freezing rain, sleet on the way as Houston remains under winter storm warning

Officials are warning residents to stay off the roads today if they can, as the potential for freezing rain and sleet is only expected to grow as the hours roll on and the temperatures continue to drop.

A winter storm warning remains in effect across the region, until midnight, and the National Weather Service warns that rain will gradually turn into a hazardous wintry mix from north to south.

The wintry weather has impacted roadways throughout the region and led to the cancellation of hundreds of flights from Houston's main airports. And CenterPoint has reported 11,000 customers with power outages ostensibly due to the weather.

Jan 16 09:08

'Ice quakes' hit Wisconsin: Deep booms heard in the middle of the night cracks open in frozen ground

Some strange booms have shaken residents in Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.

The series of explosion-like sounds rattled residents from Waupun, Campbellsport and elsewhere Tuesday and sent Fond du Lac County sheriff's deputies out looking for a cause.

Geologists say the booms were likely a phenomenon commonly known as an ice quake.

They are the after-effects of the frost quakes - or cryoseism - which are more commonly found on glaciers in the polar regions.

It's caused by water that sinks into the soil and bedrock where it freezes and expands, causing an explosive popping sound that feels like a mild earthquake.

Most frost quakes occur after a heavy rainfall or snow fall when there is a large amount of moisture on the ground.

Jan 16 08:26

Clearing snow off the roof in Japan (Yukioroshi)

Jan 15 19:23

The world's coldest village: Siberian outpost reaches near-record cold temperatures as thermometer BREAKS after recording minus 62C

Welcome to the coldest village on earth where the average temperature in January is -50C and inhabitant's eye lashes freeze solid mere moments after stepping outside.

The remote Siberian village of Oymyakon is the coldest permanently inhabited settlement in the world.

It was so icy in the Russian village that a new electronic thermometer conked out after recording a bone-cracking minus 62C.

The official weather station at the 'pole of cold' registered minus 59C, but locals said their readings were as low as minus 67C - less than 1C off the lowest accepted temperature for a permanent settlement anywhere in the world.

And that record breaking recording was taken in the town back in 1933.

Jan 15 13:08

Snow emergency declared in Sterling, Illinois

According to a statement from the city, the snow emergency began at 7 a.m. Here’s what you need to know:

Do not park on snow routes until the full width of the street is clear

Do not park in the Central Business District or in the city parking lots from 1:30 a.m. until 5:30 a.m.

Odd and even parking restrictions apply: This means on odd days of the month, park on the side of the street with odd-numbered addresses; vice versa for even-numbered days. “Odd and even days will be considered as beginning between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m.”

The parking restrictions will be lifted block-by-block as it stops snowing and when all snow has been removed.

Jan 15 09:18

Cold Start To Week, Snow Possible Mid-Week

What a difference a day makes! Temperatures on Sunday morning were about 40 degrees colder than on Saturday morning. Highs will generally stay in the 20s for today and Monday, so don’t look for the 60s to return anytime soon!

Jan 15 09:18

More snow coming? Highs in the 40s for MLK Day, but flurries could return

After a brief melt, more snow could blanket Middle Tennessee on Monday night into Tuesday morning.

Jan 15 09:13

THOM ANDERSON: That time it snowed 17 inches here

At intermission, I stood in the lobby of the old Florence Little Theatre on South Cashua Drive watching snow fall on the parking lot. When we went to the car after the show, there was a pretty good covering.

This was a bit of a surprise. We had understood there was a chance of snow that day in February 1973, but no big deal. An inch or two of the white stuff was average when snow happened around here. The next morning, it still fell heavily, and it had gone further than any local snowfall I could remember. We were unprepared for the 17 inches finally measured at the Florence airport.

Jan 15 09:12

Global Warming Is Getting So Bad It’s Snowing in the Sahara Desert

A rare blanket of snow descended earlier this month on the usually sun-scorched sand dunes of the Sahara Desert.

Residents in the northern Algerian town of Ain Sefra basked in the white powder during an unusual Jan. 6 snowfall, which melted later in the day even as temperatures dropped below 35 degrees Fahrenheit.

Jan 14 09:09

Travel advisory issued for icy, snowy Cayuga County

A travel advisory has been issued for snowy, icy Cayuga County.

Driving conditions are hazardous in Cayuga County. Roads are slick with ice, visibility is poor and heavy snow is falling across the county, said the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office.

Sheriff David Gould issued a travel advisory for the county Saturday morning. He urged residents to use caution when driving.

It is 12 degrees and snowing in the Auburn area, National Weather Service records show. The wind chill is zero.

Jan 14 09:09

Hail and ice an 'unusual' summer surprise for Tasmanians in January

It is summer in Australia but someone forgot to tell Tasmania, where people have rugged up again as hail and ice blanketed the ground.

Jan 14 09:05

Photo of China’s ‘Ice Boy,’ Frozen on a Walk to School, Goes Viral

A photo of a young Chinese boy has gone viral in the country, as he arrived in school with a frozen face and hair after walking through the frigid rural cold, The South China Morning Post reports.

Jan 14 09:01

Green Call for the US Military to “Instruct” Civilians to Address Climate Change

Having failed to break the US political deadlock, greens are now looking to the US military to intervene in domestic politics, to save us all from the carbon demon.

Jan 12 13:24

WINTER STORM HUNTER BRINGS SNOWY WEATHER, FREEZING RAIN AND FLOODS AS IT HITS OHIO, TENNESSEE AND NEW ENGLAND

Low temperatures, fierce snow and ice storms will buffet large areas of the Tennessee Valley, the Ohio Valley and the Northeast as Winter Storm Hunter moves east through Friday and Saturday.

Jan 12 13:23

New Orleans is in for a freezing cold weekend. See forecasted lows.

New Orleans will get another shot of freezing weather starting Friday, Jan. 12, 2018 and lasting through the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday weekend.

Jan 12 13:23

US weather latest: Alligators are being frozen into North Carolina lakes as freezing conditions continue

Temperatures in the US have plummeted to historic lows as parts of the country are subjected to -35C conditions

Alligators are being frozen into their lakes in North Carolina as freezing conditions continue.

A video posted by the Shallotte River Swamp Park shows the creatures submerged by the ice with only their snouts visible.

Jan 12 09:12

Tigers win soccer game in the snow

Corsicana's Tiger soccer team is off to a fast start, but even if the go to the state title game, they will never forget Thursday's 5-0 win over Canyon in their opener of the Everman Tournament.

They won the game in the snow.

Honest.

Jan 12 09:11

It Snowed In Denton, Texas Thursday

For about ten minutes, snow flurries came down in Denton, a possibility the city had been preparing for, for days.

As snow came down in downtown, delighted Denton residents stepped outside bars and businesses to see it firsthand.

“It started snowing,” said Preston Walker. “It doesn’t happen in a Texas very often. You gotta see. It’s like an angel. It’s an anomaly. It doesn’t happen.”

Jan 12 07:22

NASA BLATANT FRAUD - Sea Level Has Been Adjusted

Webmaster's Commentary: 

At the end are two pictures of the Statue of Liberty, one taken in 1898 and one 1917. The sea level looks the same in both pictures.

Jan 11 10:04

Exposed: Chevron Has a Secretive Drilling Site in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Wedged into last month’s $1.5 billion tax cut law, which benefits mostly the 1 percent, is a provision opening up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to commercial oil drilling.

After decades of being denied access to the refuge, the oil companies have achieved a legislative milestone. And absent a movement of popular resistance combined with legal action, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge will join the growing list of places around the world plundered by CEOs and a political elite who put profits before people and the planet. We can and must stop them.

Jan 09 16:33

Alligators in North Carolina poke their noses through ice to survive freezing temperatures

Alligators living at the Shallotte River Swamp Park in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, have adapted to the state's unusual weather by poking their noses through the ice to survive.

"It's a survival mechanism," said George Howard, the general manager of the park. "They'll go wherever it is warmest."

Jan 09 11:49

The Arctic comes to Massachusetts: Ocean bay completely freezes over for just the third time in 80 years to the amazement of local residents

Temperatures across the Atlantic dipped so low during the 'bomb cyclone' that the ocean froze over in Massachusetts and one man captured footage of the astonishing scenes.

Ryan Canty posted a video to his YouTube channel showing his family joking around on top of frozen waves at Old Silver Beach in Falmouth.

Mr Canty said that his grandmother, who lives in the area, has only seen the ocean freeze over like this three times in the past 80 years.

Jan 09 11:03

Alps snow strands thousands of tourists in Switzerland

Thousands of tourists have been left stranded after heavy snow in the Alps cut off towns and villages across Switzerland, France and Italy.

In the Swiss resort of Zermatt, more than 13,000 tourists are trapped and some visitors who wanted to leave were airlifted by helicopter.

Skiing is not possible as slopes are closed because of the risk of avalanches.

More than a metre (39in) of snow fell in parts on Monday alone.

On Tuesday, a metre more is forecast.

Jan 09 10:34

Heavy snowfall wreaks havoc in China; 21 killed

Heavy snowfall in China continued to wreak havoc on Monday, damaging houses, agriculture and power facilities, with authorities saying 21 people have been killed and millions hit in the last one week.

The provinces that have been badly hit by the weather are Anhui, Henan, Jiangsu, Hubei, Hunan, Shaanxi, Shanxi and Chongqing Municipality, the China National Commission for Disaster Reduction said.

Jan 09 09:47

SMH Suffers Through Their Stupidest Day On Earth

SMH says 47C iwas the hottest day on Earth, and animals are falling out of trees due to “climate disruption”

California was 57C in 1913, 10C warmer than yesterday’s claimed record. Bourke, NSW was 48C on this date in 1896.

The Sydney Morning Herald reported animals falling helpless from the heat on January 14, 1896.

Australia had their worst heatwaves during January 1896.

Bourke had 18 days over 110 degrees that month.

Maximum temperatures at Bourke that month were 49C.

Jan 09 09:47

ICED IN 13,000 tourists trapped in Zermatt amid avalanche warnings in Swiss ski resort after heavy snowfall blocks all routes

Swiss authorities near the famed Matterhorn peak have closed ski slopes, hiking trails, cable cars, roads and train service into the nearby town of Zermatt

Jan 09 09:44

Australia Ten Degrees Cooler Than 1896

On January 9, 1896 the Sydney Morning Herald reported Australia was cooling down, and temperatures at Bourke were only 117 degrees. That is ten degrees hotter than today’s forecast.

Jan 08 13:02

Global warming? So why is there snowfall over the Sahara Desert for a second winter in a row?

As much of the northern hemisphere endures record cold temperatures, we get this report from Severe Weather EU via Twitter:

Spectacular scenes today in Algeria as snow covered the sand dunes in Ain El Safra! Snow visible also in imagery by NASA's Terra satellite.

Jan 08 10:12

Water Pipe Break at New York's JFK Airport

Water Pipe Break at New York's JFK Airport Was Weather-Related, Officials Say

A water pipe broke Sunday at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, adding more delays at the airport which is still working to recover from Winter Storm Grayson.
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The airport experienced a record-cold temperature of 4 degrees Sunday.

Jan 08 10:02

Evacuations Ordered for Southern California

Evacuations Ordered for Southern California Burn Scar Areas Ahead of Expected Rainfall

At a Glance
>Mandatory evacuations have been issued for areas near recent Southern California wildfires.
>Expected heavy rainfall could trigger mudslides in burn scar areas.
>Residents under mandatory evacuations should leave their homes by noon Monday.

Parts of Santa Barbara County recently affected by wildfires are now under evacuation orders because of the rain.

With fears that burn scar areas could see large mudslides during the first rain event since a series of wildfires devastated the landscape in the fall months,>>>

Jan 08 08:32

Cold Snap Brings Snowfall to the Sahara Desert – for the second winter in a row

After a 40 year absence, this is the second winter in a row for this occurrence. In late 2016 it was reported by the Telegraph as being not seen in 40 years:

Jan 08 08:08

Science for Sale

David Lewis, Ph.D., book, Science for Sale: How the U.S. Government Uses Powerful Corporations and Leading Universities to Support Government Policies, Silence Top Scientists, Jeopardize Our Health, and Protect Corporate Profits.

Dr. Lewis takes us inside the US Environmental Protection Agency and how the scientists there have been silenced by corporate interests by political mandates to make all environmental policies under a "cost-benefit analysis."

His book uncovers the dirty secrets that allow toxic sewage sludge municipal waste to be spread and sprayed on farmlands that may grow your food or food for the animals you eat. Nobody is exempt from the impacts of thousands of synthetic chemicals mixed together and condensed in the sewage sludge that may even be taken to another "Class A" level that will allow this toxic mixture to be put in your garden, your yard, the school playgrounds, parks, and all public places.

Jan 08 08:03

BEX ALERT - THE OCEAN FLOOR IS SINKING UNDER THE WATER WEIGHT FROM MELTING GLACIERS, AND IT’S AS BAD AS IT SOUNDS

So much extra water is being added into the world’s oceans from melting glaciers that the ocean floor is sinking underneath its increasing weight. This ocean floor deformation also means we have miscalculated just how much ocean levels are rising and the problem could be far worse than previously believed.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The latest excuse why the real world is not lining up with the predictions of doom from the carbonazis.

Jan 08 07:42

UK University Scientists Consider 'Vaccine' Against Fake News

The study concluded that participants resisted this fake news in the event the misinformation was presented combined with accurate facts, the BBC said. If the misinformation and facts were presented consecutively, the former would win the influence over the reader, the BBC added.

In the United States, the term "fake news" surfaced shortly after November 8, after it was widely reported that false and misleading stories posted to Facebook may have influenced the outcome of the presidential election.

Jan 07 10:20

It's been snowing for 55 hours straight in Syracuse -- and it's still coming

Snow started falling about 6 a.m. Thursday in Syracuse, and it hasn't stopped since.

The National Weather Service's hourly logs from Hancock International Airport show snow falling at every hourly reading since 5:54 a.m. Thursday. (Chart below.)

So far, 18 inches has fallen in this storm, the weather service reported today. And there's more to come.

"Persistent bands of lake effect snow will continue to impact the region through this afternoon," the weather service said in a special bulletin this morning.

The snow has made a mess of commutes Thursday and Friday. On Friday alone, about 200 accidents and vehicles off the road were reported in Onondaga County alone.

Jan 07 10:03

Al Gore: The Earth Is Getting Colder Because It’s Getting Warmer

Al Gore is starting to look less like an “expert” and more like a radical zealot.

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Jan 07 09:33

WINTER STORMS: WHAT TO DO WHEN THE POWER GOES OFF AND IT’S ICY COLD OUTSIDE

So here’s the scenario – the power goes out and you’re sheltering inside the house. Outside, the temperature plummets, the wind picks up and it starts to snow. You don’t know when the power will be restored. It might be hours or days. How will you stay warm and safe? How do you get started?

Jan 07 09:17

Another windmill explodes.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The main problem I have with the global warming people screaming that we must stop using oil and gas is that they have not provided a practical and attractive alternative.

Jan 07 09:13

Ship arrives in Minnesota Encased in Ice

Maybe 2018 will bring temperatures above zero to Minnesota.

Jan 06 09:34

It Snowed Underground in NYC, Too

Snow fell, drifted and blew into subway stations, making for a bizarre sight of snow-covered subway platforms and tracks underground.

Jan 05 16:45

It's officially a record: Storm tops Blizzard of '78 for high tide

in Boston that were spurred by yesterday's powerful winter storm can now be associated with a record high tide, according to the National Weather Service.

Boston recorded a high tide of 15.16 feet (4.88 feet above the astronomical tide), breaking the previous record of 15.1 feet that was recorded during the Blizzard of 1978.

Jan 05 15:31

Begging for Global Warming as Global Cooling Becomes Obvious

We are not ready for any of this mentally or in any other way thanks to people like former president Obama, the Pope, and let’s never forget Al Gore. Some of the most unscrupulous people have been championing the cause of manmade global warming even though the science and actual conditions on the ground have been showing for ten years that there is no such thing as manmade warming.

It has been a big snow job, pure propaganda and now the gig is up as it starts snowing in Florida of all places. Now we have temperatures crashing, almost the entire continental United States frozen over, snow accumulating in record amounts and ice forming in the great lakes at breathtaking speed. It is not just record breaking cold but record breaking snow fall that is showing us just how difficult global cooling will be compared to global warming.

Jan 05 12:43

Frigid Chicago Cold Streak Could Tie Record Set in 1936, 1895

It hasn't been this cold in Chicago for this many days in a really, really long time.

Friday marked Day 11 of daytime high temperatures below 20 degrees, a cold streak expected to continue into Saturday. If it reaches the 12th day, the city will tie previous records set in 1895 and 1936.

That's right. We haven't seen such frigid daytime temps for 12 days in a row since 1936, and before that 1895.

Jan 05 12:42

New York, Boston May See Coldest Temperatures on Record

As a monster winter storm rolls out, East Coast residents will face a record deep freeze Friday from the Mid-Atlantic to New England, the National Weather Service reports. “Numerous record lows and record low highs are expected with this Arctic air mass with some of the coldest temperatures ever recorded expected for Boston and New York City,” said Weather Channel forecaster Michael Palmer. Coastal areas in the Northeast may experience temperatures in the single digits, with wind-chill factors making it feel as cold as negative 15 degrees from Philadelphia to Boston.

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