Dec 01 11:52

Cold air mass brings record low temps to Redding, Red Bluff

Anyone out and about Redding or Red Bluff Monday morning experienced record lows, with temperatures dipping into the 20’s.

The National Weather Service says 26 degrees Fahrenheit in both Redding and Red Bluff broke the previous low of 30 degrees in Redding, and 29 degrees in Red Bluff, both of which were set in 2006.

Dec 01 11:52

Cold front brings record lows to Northern California

A chill that ran through Northern California slashed records Monday as temperatures dipped into the 20s.

In Redding and Red Bluff, temperatures bottomed out at 27 and 28 degrees, respectively, according to the National Weather Service's Sacramento station. Over the weekend, both cities also experienced weather that dropped below previous record lows — although nothing as icy as Alturas, which registered minus 3 degrees Sunday, and Bogard, which plunged to minus 11 degrees.

Dec 01 11:05


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Doesn't look like that big a crowd, and note all the identical professionally printed signs!

Dec 01 11:03


Dec 01 08:08

Top French weatherman makes headlines by joining RT to cover climate summit

Well-known French meteorologist Philippe Verdier was fired from a national TV channel after publishing a book challenging the mainstream narrative on climate change. He is now able to do just that on RT France, covering the UN climate summit in Paris.

Verdier has thanked RT for the opportunity, saying that the Russian channel has enabled him to exercise his freedom of speech.

“Thanks to RT in Paris I can do my job of journalist and have the freedom of speech, and I can cover as I want, the COP21 [Conference of the Parties to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change],” Verdier told RT.

Dec 01 07:48

Obama’s Motorcade for Climate Change Talks Costing $784,825

Car service, hotels, and accommodations for the president and other administration officials to attend climate change talks in Paris are costing taxpayers nearly $2 million, according to government contracts.

The COP21 meeting of global leaders, which President Obama said is a “powerful rebuke” to terrorists, began on Monday. Representatives from 195 countries traveled to Paris, burning 300,000 tons of carbon dioxide for the United Nations conference that is seeking to reduce global emissions.

The tab for Obama’s motorcade alone totals $784,825. The State Department issued a $407,868 contract to Biribin Limousines, an international chauffeur service, for vehicles for the president’s security detail.

“No Sustainability Included,” the document states under a section for contract clauses.

Dec 01 07:43


Science is not perfect. Science does make mistakes. The beauty of science is supposed to be that they admit it, not use the label of "science" like a modern religious icon to push agendas onto people! Anyone who says the "Science is settled" is not being scientific, they are being propagandistic!

You are witness to one of the greatest frauds perpetrated on the people of planet Earth, to trick them out of their money and into obedience under the guise of the fight against Human-Caused Global Warming (now rebranded "Human Caused Climate Change" to explain away the icicles we were told were not going to happen). The global warming scare was concocted out of outright lies, purchased science, and scare mongering to trick you into being willing to pay carbon taxes to solve a non-existent crisis you were told was all your fault. And, of course, to lull you into accepting the dictates of a global government that needed to save the Earth from you icky-poo human beings.

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Nov 30 17:48

Obama’s Trip To The UN ‘Global Warming’ Summit Emits More CO2 Than Driving 72 Cars For A Year

President Barack Obama may warn that carbon dioxide is causing global warming, but his flight to Paris to join other world leaders at the United Nations climate summit emitted more CO2 than driving 72 cars for a year.

Nov 30 15:16

FLASHBACK - Expedition To Study Global Warming Put On Hold Because Of TOO MUCH ICE

An expedition to study the effects of global warming was put on hold Wednesday. The reason? Too much ice.

The CCGS Amundsen, a Medium Arctic icebreaker and Arctic research vessel operated by the Canadian Coast Guard, was to travel throughout Hudson Bay, a body of water in northeastern Canada, but was rerouted to help ships who were stuck in the icy water.

A Coast Guard officer said the conditions were the “worst he’s seen in 20 years,” reports CBC news.

Nov 30 14:35

Global Warming is a Crock of Sh*t

Man-made climate change is complete BS. Every single one of these climate summits is a total waste of time. -- Global warming alarmists have been proven spectacularly wrong time and time again. So why should we believe them now?

Nov 30 13:22


Four hundred years ago, from 1610 to 1633, the Roman Catholic Church thought it knew more about the solar system than Galileo Galilei. So it subjected Galileo to an Inquisition.

Now, in 2015, Pope Francis thinks he knows more about climate science than thousands of educated climate scientists (like me). So the Pope wants a new Inquisition for those who tell you the truth about climate change.

The fallible Pope Frances "believes" global warming is "mainly" man-made. He believes the Paris summit must implement a Global Warming treaty or our environment is toast. He believes global warming hurts the poor.

He's wrong on all counts. The loss of carbon-dioxide-restricted abundant cheap energy, not global warming, hurts the poor.

Although the Catholic Church does not claim the Pope is "infallible" in matters of science, few people understand this technicality. So the Pope, with his great influence, does great damage to truth with his false claims about science.

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The Pope's comments are all the more absurd when you recall that the Bible teaches that the Earth is flat, rests on pillars, and does not move!

Nov 30 12:33

Professor Judith Curry schools Congressman Beyer on climate change

Nov 30 11:48

Won't Someone Think of the Polar Bears?!?

maybe the reason schools are dumbing down students is so the propaganda will work better?

because the science doesn't survive inspection

Nov 30 09:49

Twelve Reasons Why The Paris Climate Talks Are A Total Waste

Over the next 10 days, 140 world leaders – including Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping and David Cameron – will descend on Paris to join 40,000 delegates at the UN’s COP21 climate conference.

Here is why they might just as well not have bothered.

Nov 30 09:32

Global warming summit will produce '300,000 TONS of C02' as 50,000 people travel to Paris from across the world for two-week conference

The climate change summit in Paris that aims to tackle global warming will itself pump an estimated 300,000 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, it was claimed today.

Around 50,000 people including world leaders, businesses and activists are expected to travel from across the globe for the two-week conference in Paris which started today.

Most will arrive by plane from as far afield as New Zealand, Sydney and Bermuda, while others will arrive by train and car.

Nov 30 09:30

Northern California town colder than Barrow, Alaska, as deep freeze intensifies

A record cold snap continued across Northern California on Sunday, including more below-zero temperature readings.

Nov 30 09:29

Fairfield shivers under record cold

City residents who were out and about in the wee hours of Monday morning experienced firsthand record cold for the area as temperatures dipped into the low 20s.

Travis Air Force Base recorded a low of 22 degrees early Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service. The low in the Cordelia Villages area of the city was 23 degrees, according to Mike Pechner of Golden West Meteorology.

Both were record lows for the month of November, Pechner said. The previous record low for November was 26 degrees recorded on Nov. 20, 1964, he said.

Nov 30 09:28

More crashes, power outages as record cold lingers

A third day of record cold kept Central Oregon roads slick on Sunday and police and medics busy with another round of crashes, including a 2-vehicle crash on Highway 97 north of Bend that injured several people.

Nov 30 09:27

Record cold frosts Sacramento area, with ‘real storm’ on the way

Record-setting low temperatures iced Sacramento lawns early Sunday morning and put a wintery glaze over rooftops. At Sacramento Executive Airport, overnight temperatures plunged to 27 degrees, a record low, besting the former record of 28 degrees set in 2004 on that date.

According to the National Weather Service, downtown Sacramento reached 31 degrees, tying a record set in 1952.

Nov 30 09:26

Gov. Fallin declares state of emergency in wake of November ice storm

Governor Mary Fallin has declared a state of emergency for the entire Sooner State.

The huge ice storm glazed Oklahoma on Saturday, Nov. 28.

Nearly 100,000 Oklahoma homes were left without power, and countless cars and homes were damaged by downed tree limbs.

Nov 30 09:26

At least 14 dead as storms and ice hammer Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas

Ice accumulation was up to an inch thick in north central Oklahoma on one of the nation's busiest travel weekends. About 100 crashes were reported in the Texas panhandle and south Plains through late Friday.

Nov 30 09:23

Record-breaking cold temperatures chill Northern California

“Redding and Red Bluff have already broken their record lows for the date, and most other valley sites are currently within a couple degrees of setting record lows,” the National Weather Service in Sacramento said in a statement.

Redding clocked in at 27 degrees, which is three degrees colder than the previous record of 30 degrees set in 2006, according to the weather service.

Temperatures reached 28 degrees in Red Bluff, one degree below the old record of 29 degrees set in 2006.

Nov 30 09:22

Beijing braces itself for record breaking cold

Beijing could be set to experience record breaking cold this week, with temperatures set to drop to their lowest November levels since modern records began, reports China News Service.

Northern China's coldest November temperatures on record were minus 12.3 degrees Celsius on November 30, 1970. That record could be broken however with Sunday recorded as Beijing's coldest day in over 1,000 days.

After blizzard conditions on November 22, Beijing had temporary snow again on Tuesday, leading to frozen roads and cold weather warning announcements from authorities.

Peak daytime temperatures in Beijing this week are likely to stay under zero degrees, according to weather forecasts. Meteorologists have estimated that temperatures on November 26 and 27 will hit minus 12 degrees and possibly lower.

Nov 30 09:16

19 countries, 28 investors to partner up for clean energy research and development

Nineteen nations will pledge to double their research and development budget for clean energy technology Monday, while a coalition of the world's richest people will help fund companies to bring that technology to the masses.

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If they are trumpeting more research, it means the agenda to use carbon taxes to exert hegemonic control over the world's economy is a non-starter.

Nov 30 08:40

Earth is ...

getting colder
67% (394 votes)
getting warmer
5% (32 votes)
staying the same
28% (163 votes)
Total votes: 589
Nov 30 08:39

Take the $100,000 Global Warming Believer Challenge!

Nov 30 08:26

COP21: Beginner's guide to the UN Paris climate summit

In short, the world's governments have already committed to curbing human activities such as burning fossil fuels that release the gases that interfere with the climate.

But that isn't problem solved.

The difficulty comes when you try to get 195 countries to agree on how to deal with the issue of climate change. Every year since 1992 the Conference of the Parties (COP) has taken place with negotiators trying to put together a practical plan of action.

This year's COP21 in Paris is the last chance for this process. Negotiators agreed in 2011 that a deal had to be done by the end of 2015.

Critics would say the problem of climate change mustn't be that urgent if it takes 20 years to agree on a solution.

Nov 30 08:15

Cold air mass brings freeze warnings to California

A cold air mass over California prompted widespread freeze warnings and watches Friday, raising concerns for crops in the agricultural San Joaquin Valley and for homeless people in urban centers, even as skiers and snowboarders took advantage of snowy slopes.

Nov 30 08:15

Half a foot of snow hits inland Aberdeenshire

Nov 30 07:30

France Uses Emergency Laws to Put Climate Activists Under House Arrest for Planning to Protest

‘At least 24 climate activists have been put under house arrest by French police, accused of flouting a ban on organising protests during next week’s Paris climate summit, the Guardian has learned.

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Demonstrations in support of the global carbon tax agenda are allowed, of course, and being given media coverage, to create the illusion that "everyone" supports human-caused global warming and taxing carbon!

Nov 30 06:48


Nov 29 09:19

Paris Climate Criminals Ignore Record Arctic Ice Growth

Instead of an ice-free Arctic, we just had the shortest melt season on record – followed by record sea ice growth. Arctic sea ice extent is the highest for the date since at least 2004.

Nov 28 19:23

‘Executive powers’ used to arrest 24 protesters ahead of major climate summit

One-hundred and fifty heads of government, a.k.a. the elite, are gathering over the course of the next few weeks for a massive climate summit that’s anticipated to attract and indoctrinate over 40,000 visitors from around the globe.

Nov 28 08:49

Cold air mass brings freeze warnings to California

A cold air mass over California prompted widespread freeze warnings and watches Friday, raising concerns for crops in the agricultural San Joaquin Valley and for homeless people in urban centers, even as skiers and snowboarders took advantage of snowy slopes.

Nov 28 08:35

‘I was tossed out of the tribe’: climate scientist Judith Curry interviewed

It is safe to predict that when 20,000 world leaders, officials, green activists and hangers-on convene in Paris next week for the 21st United Nations climate conference, one person you will not see much quotedis Professor Judith Curry. This is a pity. Her record of peer-reviewed publication in the best climate-science journals is second to none, and in America she has become a public intellectual. But on this side of the Atlantic, apparently, she is too ‘challenging’. What is troubling about her pariah status is that her trenchant critique of the supposed consensus on global warming is not derived from warped ideology, let alone funding by fossil-fuel firms, but from solid data and analysis.

Some consider her a heretic. According to Professor Michael Mann of Pennsylvania State University, a vociferous advocate of extreme measures to prevent a climatic Armageddon, she is ‘anti-science’.

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Science is not supposed to operate like a religion.

Nov 28 08:35

Paris climate activists put under house arrest using emergency laws

At least 24 climate activists have been put under house arrest by French police, accused of flouting a ban on organising protests during next week’s Paris climate summit, the Guardian has learned.

One legal adviser to the activists said many officers raided his Paris apartment and occupied three floors and a staircase in his block.

French authorities did not respond to requests for comment but lawyers said that the warrants were issued under state of emergency laws, imposed after the terror attacks that killed 130 people earlier this month.

Nov 27 20:03

UK to spend £5.8bn on tackling climate change in poor countries

Almost £6bn of the UK’s foreign aid budget will be spent on tackling climate change in poor countries over the next five years, David Cameron has said, as Britain steps up its contributions by 50% to help meet international targets.

The prime minister will unveil the UK’s offer at the United Nations general assembly, before crucial international climate change talks in Paris in December where nations are expected to collectively pledge $100bn (£66bn) a year by 2020.

The UK’s promise of £5.8bn between 2016 and 2021 is backloaded, so the UK will contribute the most, about £1.76bn, in the target year of 2020. The new commitment is greater than that of the 2011 to 2016 period, for which the UK offered £3.87bn in climate finance through the foreign aid budget.

Nov 27 11:29

Most snow patches counted in Scotland's hills since 1994

Seventy-three patches of snow have survived on Scotland's hills from last winter - the most for 21 years, according to a man who counts them.

Iain Cameron writes about, photographs and measures snow.

His records of the white stuff are published by the Royal Meteorological Society.

The total of 73 is the most since 1994. They have lingered through to this winter because of the cool spring and frequent snow showers until June.

Nov 27 10:12

Freeze frames: Russia’s Far East hit by icy tempest (PHOTOS)

Russia’s Far Eastern port city of Vladivostok has been hit hard by gusts of freezing wind reaching speeds of 25 meters per second causing sea water to freeze over anything the giant waves touched.

Nov 27 07:46

Freezing Cold Thanksgiving Day: Stuck In An Ice Storm In Middle-Of-Nowhere Oklahoma

Imagine you're rolling down the road in a big rig, but you're not the driver- you're in the back, comfortable sleeping in your bed while your wife is driving. Then imagine she shouts your name, waking you up as the 80,000 lb. rig starts to drift uncontrollably on the black ice. That's what happened to me last night on Highway 287 North, just outside of Texas. Happy 'global warming!'

Nov 26 14:17

When Global Warming Propaganda Is So Lame It Hurts

And the saddest part is, you can tell they actually think they are being clever here… Sorry if this climate change propaganda makes your forehead ache like you inhaled too many Slurpees. At least you were warned.

Nov 26 13:53

The New ‘Consensus’: 97 Percent Of Americans Aren’t Worried About Global Warming

While 97 percent of scientists may agree mankind is driving global warming, 97 percent of Americans don’t seem to care about the issue when stacked up against other concerns such as terrorism or the economy, according to a recent Fox News poll.

Nov 26 09:52

Watch glaciers PULSE as they surge and rise: Time-lapses filmed from SPACE show 25 years of changing ice in just one second

Given the rise in global temperatures, it would be fair to assume glaciers around the world are melting and retreating, but a series of new GIFs suggests otherwise.

Time-lapse animations show 'rivers of ice' in northern Pakistan, expanding, contracting and surging forwards.

A Swiss researcher compiled the clips of glaciers in the Karakoram range using 25 years of Landsat satellite images, and they show many glaciers in the region are actually increasing in size.

Nov 26 08:57

GLOBAL WARMING? NASA says Antarctic has been COOLING for past SIX years

In the last few weeks NASA has revealed the overall amount of ice has increased at the Antarctic and the amount of sea ice has also extended.

Coupled with the latest announcement of slight cooling in the area, it has fuelled claims from climate change deniers that human industrialisation is not having the huge impact on global temperature as often is claimed.

Nov 26 08:28

Ski Season arrives early in Germany

Nov 26 08:02

Democrats rise in opposition to Obama's climate change agenda

Hundreds of Democrats from 32 states are aligning against the centerpiece of President Obama's climate change agenda, the Clean Power Plan, which they say will cause unnecessary economic harm from increased reliance on renewable energy.

Nov 25 13:19

Obama Says He’ll Rebuke ISIS… by Talking About Climate Change

Yes, he actually said that and there's video to prove it.

It is thought ISIS responded, “Oh no, no, not climate change, anything but that!!” and promptly went back to cashing their checks from the Central Intelligence Agency.

Nov 25 08:48

Global Warming's Unacknowledged Threat—The Pentagon

From November 30 to December 11, delegates from more than 190 nations will convene in Paris to address the increasingly visible threats of climate disruption. The 21st Conference of the Parties (aka COP21) is expected to draw 25,000 official delegates intent on crafting a legally binding pact to keep global warming below 2°C.

But it is difficult to imagine the delegates reaching this goal when one of the largest contributors to global-warming has no intention of agreeing to reduce its pollution. The problem in this case is neither China nor the United States. Instead, the culprit is the Pentagon.

The Pentagon's Carbon Bootprint

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It is odd that all the people screaming about saving the environment never mention the environmental damage caused by war!

Nov 24 09:09

Science 1941 : Global Warming Caused Hitler

The chart below sums this up.

  • Global warming heat at 310 PPM CO2, and global cooling cold at 330 PPM CO2, occur at the same temperature.
  • The symptoms of global warming and global cooling are identical.
  • Global warming used to be cold, but now global warming is hot.
  • Brutality has nothing to do with the level of CO2 in the atmosphere.
  • Climatologists are complete morons who understand absolutely nothing about science, history or logic.
  • Nov 24 08:53

    BEX ALERT - Record High Temperatures And Snow In Southern California Forecast

    Both record high temperatures and snow were forecast for the next three days in parts of Southern California by the National Weather Service today.

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    The Carbonazis are trying to claim record high temperatures while snow is coming down!

    Nov 24 08:52

    The Weekend Snowstorm Was One Of Chicago's Worst November Storms Ever

    It was a brutal weekend full of snow, ice and below freezing temperatures. The first winter storm of the season surprised many Chicagoans and left more than 10 inches of snow in some suburban areas.

    The snowfall was officially 11.2 inches, making it the snowiest November storm in Chicago since 1895, according to the National Weather Service. A 12-inch snowfall was recorded from Nov. 25 to 26, 1895.

    Nov 24 08:51

    Early Snow Causes Major Disruption In US Midwest

    Over 500 flights were cancelled by Saturday, with Chicago's O'Hare International and Midway International airports the hardest hit, as the first major snowfall of the season hit the US Midwest.

    It brought record-setting depths to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on Friday where over 36cm of snow fell, forcing the morning traffic to crawl and sending dozens of cars sliding off the carriageway.

    While it is uncommon for the Midwest to see such heavy snowfall so early in the year, the storm is not unprecedented. Records from the National Weather Service note that 24cm of snow dropped over the area in November 1951.

    Nov 24 08:51

    Near-record November snowfall of 11.2 inches in Chicago

    5 inches of snow, significantly less than reports of about 6 inches in Mitchell, according to the National Weather Service out of Sioux Falls.

    Hundreds of flights were canceled Saturday.

    The low pressure system driving the storm is in Canada Sunday, leaving more cold temperatures in its wake.

    Nov 24 08:51

    Chicago sees snowiest ‘first storm’ on record; Midwest snowfall totals up to 19 inches

    Parts of the Midwest from Iowa to Michigan saw their first snow over the weekend, and it was a big one — the second-largest November snowstorm in Chicago since records began in 1884, and the snowiest first storm of the season.

    Nov 24 08:49

    Nova Scotia weather to turn cold with flurries in parts of province

    It's been quite the late fall punch of soggy weather and gusty winds over the last 36 hours.

    Looking at the rainfall for Sunday and Monday, we have totals exceeding 60 millimetres — and even 80 millimetres — across the province.

    Nov 24 08:49

    Rain, snow followed by cold forecast for Thanksgiving

    Bundle up if you plan to travel this Thanksgiving holiday.

    A cold system will make its way over the North State, with rain and snow in the higher elevations starting early Tuesday morning.

    Snow levels are expected to dip to about 2,000 feet. That’s good news for ski and snowboard enthusiasts as Mt. Shasta Ski Park could see more than a foot of snow by the time the system leaves the area Wednesday night, the National Weather Service said.

    Nov 24 07:45

    Global Warming? Record Cold for Many. Michael Rivero - November 23, 2015

    Nov 23 11:22

    Record snow buries NE Iowa

    Northeast Iowa residents spent Saturday digging out from the first major snowfall of the season.

    A winter storm blanketed the Waterloo-Cedar Falls area with more than a foot of wet, heavy snow Friday night and Saturday morning, shattering a nearly 60-year-old record.

    The National Weather Service reported 12.7 inches of snow fell at the Waterloo Regional Airport. The 10.5 inches that dropped Friday broke the previous Nov. 20 record of 2.6 inches set in 1956.

    Six to 14 inches of snow fell in various parts of Iowa, tapering off Saturday morning as the sun rose.

    The NWS said 10 inches fell in Waverly, 12.7 inches in Sumner and 8.5 inches in Decorah.

    The highest snow total for the state came in Franklin County, which saw more than 13 inches in some areas, according the weather service.

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    Nov 23 11:19

    Lansing shatters 87-year-old snowfall record

    Saturday's snowfall more than doubled a nearly 90-year Lansing record, according to the National Weather Service.

    The 8.2 inches of snow in the city bested a 1928 record of 3.5 inches for Nov. 21, meteorologist Jared Maples said.

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    Nov 23 11:18

    Chicago hit with record first snow of season

    The first snowfall of the season isn’t supposed to be this bad.

    Chicagoans are used to easing in slowly to winter. Not this year.

    This weekend’s snowstorm slammed Chicago with the city’s biggest-ever first snowfall of the season, according to the National Weather Service.

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    Nov 23 11:17

    Record snow gives way to frigid temperatures

    The snow was followed by bitterly cold temperatures, but that didn’t stop thousands of people who attended the Magnificent Mile Lights Festival on Saturday night. They bundled up and cradled hot beverages while taking in the parade and the one million lights lining the iconic route. Most were just happy the snow-rain mix didn’t put a damper on the holiday celebration.

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    Nov 23 11:16

    14 inches of snow in southern Sioux Falls crushes record

    What was supposed to be a few inches of snow on Friday turned into a deluge that blanketed parts of Sioux Falls in more than a foot of the white stuff and caused travel headaches throughout the day.

    Fourteen inches of snow were reported in the southwest quadrant of the city by Friday evening, the National Weather Service office said. On the other side of town, Sioux Falls Regional Airport recorded 7.1 inches by 6 p.m.

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    Nov 23 11:14

    Record snow turns to bitter cold

    Very cold start to the day with a deep snow cover and light winds – temps drop into the single digits to low teens with wind chills 0° to 10°.

    As low pressure continues to pull away to the northeast, high pressure builds over the central plains/Ohio Valley.

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    Nov 23 11:09

    Freezing Temperatures and Record Snow Fall on Midwest

    Nov 23 11:07

    Chicago Sets November Snowfall Record As Midwest Walloped With Cold

    A deep freeze set in across the Midwest on Sunday with low temperatures forecast in the single digits and a few below zero, turning the season's first major snow into ice that made some roads treacherous to travel.

    Temperatures plunged behind a cold front that brought snow across much of the region Friday and Saturday. The National Weather Service forecast 20 degrees or lower across six states from North Dakota to Illinois.

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    Nov 23 10:08

    Climate change root cause of Syrian war: Britain's Prince Charles

    Britain's Prince Charles has pointed to the world's failure to tackle climate change as a root cause of the civil war in Syria, terrorism and the consequent refugee crisis engulfing Europe.

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    The fact that the US bombing of all those nations made them refugees seems to have escaped his hignessness.

    Nov 23 09:28

    Washington State Judge: Constitutional Obligation to Act on Global Warming

    In what environmentalists are calling a “groundbreaking” ruling, a Washington state judge has ruled that state lawmakers have a “constitutional obligation” to the youth of the state to take action on
    global warming.Using some alarming language, King County Superior Court Judge Hollis

    R. Hill issued a ruling in favor of eight youth petitioners in a case against the WashingtonDepartment of Ecology, which will require writingcarbon emission rules to protect their generation.

    Nov 23 09:26

    BEX ALERT - Temps expected to climb in time for Thanksgiving

    Temperatures were expected to warm up in Metro Detroit this week following the record-breaking weekend snowfall that blanketed the region, knocking out power to some 40,000.

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    The story at this link (you can still see it in the URL) was about how 17 inches of snow fell on Howell, but that is note a story the carbonazis want ahead of the Paris summit, so note how the story, while still reporting on the heavy snow, starts out reporting rising temperatures!

    Nov 23 08:48

    Cooking Climate Consensus Data: “97% of Scientists Affirm AGW" Debunked

    The mainstream media and climate-alarmist blogosphere uncritically accepted the Cook study and trumpeted the consensus claims as gospel. We reported on May 21 ("Global Warming 'Consensus': Cooking the Books") on the critiques of the Cook study by experts who show that Cook cooked the data. Out of the nearly 12,000 scientific papers Cook’s team evaluated, only 65 endorsed Cook’s alarmist position. That’s less than one percent, not 97 percent. Moreover, as we reported, the Cook study was flawed from the beginning, using selection parameters designed to weight the outcome in favor of the alarmist position.

    Nov 22 18:34

    Current INDCs for COP21 won't reduce emissions enough: UN report

    The full implementation of current international emissions reductions pledges will not achieve emissions reductions sufficient for a 2°C limit ? at best, they will achieve 2.7°C. That's according to the United Nations' synthesis report on the aggregate effect of Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), released as part of the run-up to COP21, the global climate change conference in Paris at the end of this month.

    Nov 22 15:54

    Storm dumps nearly 17 inches of snow on Howell

    Metro Detroit was slammed with snow — places like Livingston County’s Howell got 16.8 inches dumped on it, for example helping to knock out power to thousands who still remained without electricity on Sunday.

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    As noted above, this story was re-written to emphasize that temperatures are going up, downplaying the 17 inches of snow.

    Nov 22 13:44

    White Christmas expected! Britain odds on after 8 inches of snow forecast for parts of UK

    Bookies have slashed the odds on the UK seeing a white Christmas to the lowest this year as the temperature is expected to plummet this weekend

    Nov 22 12:14


    Avalanche warnings in backcountry as Southcentral gets more snow

    A backcountry avalanche warning was issued for Hatcher Pass this weekend as Anchorage residents woke up to piles of fresh snow.

    The Hatcher Pass Avalanche Center warned of dangerous avalanche conditions in the popular recreational area in the Talkeetna Mountains. The warning started at 6 a.m. Saturday and remains in effect until 6 p.m. Sund

    (*Every time Kerry Opens His Mouth !)

    Nov 22 11:40

    Winter storm Bella dumps 16 inches of snow on the Midwest in the heaviest recorded November snowstorm for a hundred years

    People fired up snowblowers and dug out their shovels Saturday after the first significant snowstorm of the season dumped up to 20 inches of snow across the Upper Midwest - blanketing a swath from South Dakota to Michigan.

    The storm created hazardous travel conditions and caused more than 500 flight cancellations. A blast of much colder air was following the storm.

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    Nov 22 11:22


    You are witness to one of the greatest frauds perpetrated on the people of planet Earth, to trick them out of their money and into obedience under the guise of the fight against Human-Caused Global Warming (now rebranded "Human Caused Climate Change" to explain away the icicles we were told were not going to happen). The global warming scare was concocted out of outright lies, purchased science, and scare mongering to trick you into being willing to pay carbon taxes to solve a non-existent crisis you were told was all your fault. And, of course, to lull you into accepting the dictates of a global government that needed to save the Earth from you icky-poo human beings.

    It was all a lie. Here is how it happened.

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    Time for a repost, given the harsh winter that is now too obvious for the corporate media to ignore.

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    Nov 22 10:24

    Season's first snow is Chicago's largest November snowfall in 120 years

    The season's first snowfall dropped as much as 17 inches across Chicago's northern suburbs, and the total of 11.2 inches at O'Hare International Airport made it the largest November snowfall in 120 years.

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    Nov 22 10:19

    Snow piles up beyond expected amounts in Wisconsin, Illinois

    People fired up snowblowers and dug out their shovels Saturday after a storm system dumped anywhere from three to 20 inches of snow across parts of Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana.

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    Nov 22 10:15

    After the snow comes the deep freeze

    After snow on Friday and Saturday across much of the region, temperatures plunged behind the front. The National Weather Service forecast 20 degrees or lower across six states from North Dakota to Illinois. Fargo, N.D., could dip to 11 degrees by early Sunday. Madison, Wis., could see 7 degrees and Des Moines 12.

    Parts of Iowa, northwest Illinois and southern Wisconsin could reach below zero, the weather service said.

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    Nov 22 10:13

    Midwest faces deep freeze in wake of snow storm

    A deep freeze set in across the Midwest on Sunday with low temperatures forecast in the single digits and a few below zero, turning the season's first major snow into ice that made some roads treacherous to travel.

    After snow on Friday and Saturday across much of the region, temperatures plunged behind the front. The National Weather Service forecast 20 degrees or lower across six states from North Dakota to Illinois. Fargo, North Dakota, could dip to 11 degrees by early Sunday. Madison, Wisconsin, could see 7 degrees and Des Moines 12.

    Parts of Iowa, northwest Illinois and southern Wisconsin could reach below zero, the weather service said.

    Nov 22 10:12

    Kerry: Doubters of Global-warming Apocalypse Must Be Silenced

    In a speech delivered November 10 at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, Secretary of State John Kerry (shown) appeared to be intentionally amping up the already incendiary rhetoric aimed at those scientists and citizens who express doubt or skepticism about — or opposition to — the wild, apocalyptic claims of the climate-change choir. “The science tells us unequivocally, those who continue to make climate change a political fight put us all at risk,” Kerry said. “And we cannot sit idly by and allow them to do that.”

    Webmaster's Commentary: 
    Nov 22 10:12

    Snowstorm hits Midwest, affecting travel and politics

    A heavy fall snowstorm hit the Midwestern United States on Saturday, blanketing states from South Dakota to Wisconsin with as much as 16 inches (40 cm) of snow, slowing air travel and delaying some events for U.S. presidential candidates.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Not to mention putting a deeply ironic finale to John Kerry's call to silence doubters of human-caused global warming!

    Nov 22 07:11

    Whiteout Conditions Grip Chicago

    PHOTOS: Whiteout Conditions Grip Chicago in First Midwest Snowstorm of Season

    The Midwest's first snowstorm of the season moved across the region Friday and Saturday, causing whiteout conditions and treacherous travel.

    Nov 21 19:26

    Thanksgiving on ice? Hundreds of flights are cancelled as winter storm blankets the Midwest with a foot of snow ahead of the Holidays

    Hundreds of flights have been cancelled after the first significant winter storm of the season blanketed parts of the Midwest with a foot of snow, creating hazardous conditions as some planned to travel ahead of Thanksgiving.

    More snow is on the way on Saturday and while winter has not officially begun, the shovels and snowblowers were out from South Dakota and southern Minnesota, to Iowa, Wisconsin and northern Illinois.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Attention Rivero's Rangers. If it is snowing heavily where you are please send me a picture for my soon-to-be-open "Snowfalls Are Now Just a Thing of the Past" GALLERY!!!!! :)

    Nov 21 19:24

    Winter Storm Bella Dumps Up to 16 Inches of Snow in Chicago Suburbs; Record November Snowstorm in Moline, Illinois

    Last season, it took the Windy City until January 5 to accumulate a season total of 6 inches. In fact, their first 6-inch-plus snow event of last season was Winter Storm Linus just before Groundhog Day.

    Similarly, Milwaukee had its first 6-inch-plus November snow total in 20 years. In terms of snowfall so early in the season, Milwaukee only recorded four 2-day snowfall totals of greater than 6 inches before Nov. 22, dating back to the late 1800s, prior to Winter Storm Bella

    Nov 21 10:29


    "One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we've been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We're no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It's simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we've been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back." -- Carl Sagan

    "The real deniers are people who think our climate was and should remain static and unchanging." -- Paul Driessen and Chris Skates

    "Every great cause begins as a movement, becomes a business, and eventually degenerates into a racket." -- Eric Hoffer, The Temper of Our Time

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    Nov 21 10:28

    Prominent Scientists Declare Climate Claims Ahead of UN Summit ‘Irrational’ – ‘Based On Nonsense’ – ‘Leading us down a false path’

    MIT Climate Scientist Dr. Richard Lindzen: 'Demonization of CO2 is irrational at best and even modest warming is mostly beneficial.' - 'When someone says this is the warmest temperature on record. What are they talking about? It’s just nonsense. This is a very tiny change period.'

    Princeton Physicist Dr. Will Happer: 'Policies to slow CO2 emissions are really based on nonsense. We are being led down a false path. To call carbon dioxide a pollutant is really Orwellian. You are calling something a pollutant that we all produce. Where does that lead us eventually?'

    Greenpeace Co-Founder Dr. Patrick Moore: 'We are dealing with pure political propaganda that has nothing to do with science.'

    Nov 21 10:28

    “Massively Altered” …German Professor Examines NASA GISS Temperature Datasets

    Veteran journalist Günter Ederer* writes a piece reporting that massive alterations have been found in the NASA GISS temperature data series, citing a comprehensive analysis conducted by a leading German scientist. These results are now available to the public.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    NASA - Never A Straight Answer!

    Nov 21 08:58

    The House Science Committee Chair is harassing US climate scientists

    Lamar Smith has targeted government climate change researchers with a subpoena that demands all their notes and correspondence relating to a recent study

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    How is requesting copies of taxpayer funded research "harassment?"

    A foundation of scientific method is reproducibility. That is, if scientist A conducts and experiment or an analysis, scientist B can can take the raw data, follow the procedure, and reproduce the same result. That principle exists to guarantee the accuracy of the results. However, it has become the hallmark of the promoters of human-caused global warming that reproducibility is to be avoided at all costs, with examples such as the Hadley Climate Change Unit at the University of East Anglia erasing all their raw data, claiming they didn't have room on their computer hard drive, to the current case where NOAA is refusing to provide the documents leading to their issuance of a report stating that there has been no pause in global warming at all, despite several record setting winters since 2000, when the Carbonazis declared "Snowfalls Are Now Just a Thing of the Past" in the UK Independent, March 20, 2000. (Don't bother looking at the UK independent website; the article has been "Orwellized.")

    The Royal Astronomical Society confirms the sun is heading into a repeat of the Maunder Minimum, a period of lower output which triggered the Little Ice Age from 1300 to 1870. A whistleblower with NOAA itself revealed that many NOAA scientists disagreed with the NOAA report and thought it was issued solely to support the case for imposing a carbon tax on the American people by a desperately broke and hopeless in debt US Government.

    Given all of this, it is prudent and valid to want to look at the process by which this report came to be issued, and this is a proper function of Congressional oversight, not "harassment!"

    Nov 20 18:31

    Crystal Mountain [Washington] Ski Area to Open Saturday

    This week’s storms dumped over a foot of new snow between 5,880 and 6,856 feet, “adding just enough snow to the twelve inch base the resort already accumulated the weekend prior.”

    Nov 20 15:43

    Metro Detroit will be under winter storm watch Saturday

    The National Weather Service has activated a winter storm watch from Saturday morning until Saturday evening as it tracks a storm that could bring three to seven inches of snow to southeastern Michigan.

    The storm watch goes into effect at 5 a.m. Saturday until 9 p.m. Saturday.

    Nov 20 14:14

    Don't Panic, Seattle: A Little Snow Is in Forecast for next Week

    Potentially icy Thanksgiving travel in the mornings/late nights is probably what should be the biggest weather challenge to the region next week, but it is Seattle, and there is a four letter 's' word in the forecast.

    More Global Warming™

    Nov 20 10:21

    Shock weather forecast warns 2CM of snow will hit SOUTHERN Britain TONIGHT

    Shocked forecasters issued dramatic warnings for violent gales and snow TONIGHT as a “major change” in the weather takes hold.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    "We are chocked! Really! We were told snow was a thing of the past!!!"

    Nov 20 10:21

    Britain is set for one of the coldest November weekends on record at -11C as icy North Pole air plunges across the country TONIGHT

    Britain is braced for one of the coldest November weekends on record as Arctic air from the North Pole plunges across the country tonight.

    Forecasters expect Scotland to be colder than Moscow tonight and temperatures in the Highlands could fall below the -10.5C recorded north of the border in 1985.

    A band of sleet, hail, snow and 'intense' rain as well as icy gusts of 60-70mph will sweep southwards from Scotland this afternoon, reaching much of central England by this evening.

    The Arctic air will mark a noticeable change after the start of November was the second mildest on record. Temperatures could fall to around -4C in England and Wales tomorrow night.

    Nov 20 08:33

    Britain is set for one of the coldest November weekends on record at -11C as icy North Pole air plunges across the country TONIGHT

    Britain is braced for one of the coldest November weekends on record as Arctic air from the North Pole plunges across the country tonight.

    Forecasters expect Scotland to be colder than Moscow tonight and temperatures in the Highlands could fall below the -10.5C recorded north of the border in 1985.

    Nov 19 15:39

    SEATTLE FORECAST: Could Scattered Showers, Colder Temps Mean Possible Lowland Snow next Week?

    The rain is clearing out in Western Washington– but there is now a chance of snow beginning to develop in the lowlands early next week.

    Nov 19 12:54

    Whistleblowers Claim NOAA Rushed Contentious Climate Paper Despite Reservations

    House Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Tex.) opened another front in his war with federal climate researchers on Wednesday, saying a groundbreaking global warming study was “rushed to publication” over the objections of numerous scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

    Nov 19 11:38

    Perhaps it was a little too much snow, even for snow lovers

    Eastern North Carolina is not exactly known as a snow lover’s destination of choice, even though we have seen our fair share of winter storms. In December of 1989, parts of the WNCT viewing area picked up nearly 17 inches of snow. But if you really want to see impressive snowfall totals, a trip to the state of Washington might be in order.

    Nov 19 11:38

    Weather wizards get it right

    On Wednesday morning, Juneauites woke up to find that the National Weather Service winter storm warning had held true: Snow covered the capital city, and more continued falling throughout the day.

    “We have just around 10 inches of snowfall since the start of snowfall yesterday morning,” forecaster Richard Lam said at 10 a.m. Wednesday from the Mendenhall Valley, where the Weather Service offices are located.

    By 3 p.m., the total at the office had increased to 12.1 inches.

    Nov 19 11:37

    Scotland could be hit with EIGHT INCHES of snow as temperatures fall lower than Moscow

    FORECASTERS are warning temperatures could even drop lower than Moscow as arctic winds sweep across the country.

    Nov 19 11:37

    Four Ways Boston is Bracing for Winter Following Last Season's Record Snow

    After Boston endured the snowiest winter on record last winter, officials are ramping up snow operations. From bigger and better snowplows to more sites to pile up all the snow, the entire state of Massachusetts is working to improve their snow response.

    Nov 19 10:48

    Paris attacks: State of emergency could restrict public demonstrations during Paris climate talks

    While already complicated, the talks will now take place within a state of emergency that is threatening to limit public participation.

    Nov 19 10:13

    Sixty Years Of Cool Summers In The US

    Prior to 1955, hot summer afternoons were very common in the US, but they rarely happen any more. The vast majority of stations set their all-time temperature record in the 1930’s.

    Nov 19 06:24

    Bottom line from the Paris Global Warming Summit

    The political climate after the carnage in Paris has shifted the main stream media’s attention to terrorism, security concerns and foreigner migration, disguised as refugees. The climate change cultists are not under the same spotlight, before the blood flowed in the streets of the City of Light.

    Nov 18 16:29

    Big Antarctic ice melt scenarios 'not plausible'

    "With our model we have done some 3,000 simulations," explained Dr Edwards.

    "People have done multiple simulations before, but what they haven't then done is see how well they compare with the present day, and put that into re-weighting the predictions.

    "So, we take those 3,000 runs and compare them to what's happening now in the Amundsen Sea, and if any look as though they are going too fast or too slow, we give them a lower weight in the future.

    "We're constraining the model with the observations. Nobody has really done this sort of formal scoring before."

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    No shit.

    Nov 18 15:29

    Up to 6 inches of snow possible in weekend storm

    Uncertainty remains as of Wednesday afternoon, but they're quite similar. Either way, forecasters expect a system to produce the season's first snowfall late Friday night into Saturday, potentially creating a mess on West Michigan roadways.

    Nov 18 09:42

    Approaching Global Insanity

    What's really at stake if the world gets conned again and gives in to USI, Israel & NATO, supposedly under the global silence of the UN ­ will be nothing less than the conscription of every NATO “nation” into an all out and probably nuclear war, which will more than likely end in a nuclear conflagration which this planet cannot survive.

    That 'war' will directly INVOLVE the lives of every man woman and child,
    that is living on this planet today.

    Every nation must close their borders, rise up and send back all the undocumented, to wherever they came from ­ immediately.

    If this is not done, together with OUTLAWING

    every part of Political Correctness and Zero Tolerance,
    in every country,then humanity and nature are equally doomed to die
    a very ugly death and this will happen very soon, if the global public does not act!

    Nov 18 09:39

    20 inches of snow reported in Colby, Kansas early Wednesday

    A heavy winter storm dumped more than a foot of snow in northwest Kansas, forcing the closure of at least one area highway.

    The National Weather Service says the heaviest snowfall was from Atwood to Colby, where about 20 inches of snow was recorded early Wednesday.
    A KDOT webcam shot of I-70 near Colby Tuesday afternoon.
    A KDOT webcam shot of I-70 near Colby Tuesday afternoon.

    Heavy snowfall was also reported in Sharon Springs, which got about a foot of snow, and Goodland, which recorded about 7 inches of snow.

    Nov 18 09:38

    Heavy snow and blizzard conditions engulf parts of Colorado and Kansas (Photos)

    A strong, wintry storm — the second in less than a week — is dumping over a foot of snow on parts of eastern Colorado and western Kansas on Tuesday, and slinging strong wind gusts up to 65 mph.

    Conditions began to deteriorate late Monday night in the Denver area as a heavy bands of snow set up over the metro and areas east and south. The winds were howling along Interstates 76 and 70 just before sunrise, which created dangerous white out conditions for early-morning travelers.

    Nov 18 09:38

    Snow cancels Denver flights

    Air travelers headed to Denver and other Colorado cities faced a second day of snow-related flight disruptions on Tuesday. And problems cropped up elsewhere as a line of storms moved across a large part of the central United States.

    Nov 18 09:37

    Wintery storm brings snow to Colorado, twisters to Texas

    A powerful wintery storm dumped heavy snow on parts of Colorado on Tuesday while bringing the threat of tornadoes to millions in Arkansas and Texas, where a handful of damaging twisters had plowed through that state's Panhandle the day before.

    Nov 18 09:37

    PHOTOS: Blizzard Unleashes Travel-Disrupting Snow to Colorado, Kansas

    A vigorous storm system delivered blizzard conditions across the Central United States through much of the day Tuesday.

    Travel delays and power outages were reported as result of the fierce winds and blowing snow. Blizzard conditions were observed at Denver International Airport, which resulted in numerous flight cancellations and delays. The Colorado Department of Transportation had to shut down portions of Interstate 70 due to white-out conditions.

    Nov 17 19:20

    Denver storm clears out after triggering school closures, canceled flights

    A blizzard continues to pound Castle Rock and parts of the Eastern Plains even as the storm moves out of most of the Denver area.

    The blizzard warning has expired in Denver. But a blizzard warning will remain in effect until 11 a.m. Tuesday for Castle Rock and the Eastern Plains, according to Jim Kalina, meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Boulder.

    Early Tuesday morning, school districts including Douglas County School District, Cherry Creek School District and Aurora Public Schools announced closures.

    Early morning snow totals showed 4 inches reported at Denver International Airport, where 150 flights have been canceled for Tuesday.

    Nov 17 16:47

    Bottom Line from the Paris Global Warming Summit

    The political climate after the carnage in Paris has shifted the main stream media’s attention to terrorism, security concerns and foreigner migration, disguised as refugees. The climate change cultists are not under the same spotlight, before the blood flowed in the streets of the City of Light. Even the twisted attempt At Democratic Debate, Bernie Sanders Says Climate Change Helps Terrorism Spread, is not rejected out of hand.

    “Sanders backed up his statement by mentioning what "the CIA says," a likely reference to a July 2015 report from the U.S. Department of Defense that found "global climate change will aggravate problems such as poverty, social tensions, environmental degradation, ineffectual leadership and weak political institutions that threaten stability in a number of countries," according to a news release.”

    Nov 16 09:56

    Boulder weather: Up to 5 inches of snow expected tonight

    Boulder could see up to 5 inches of snow and high winds tonight as a storm moves through the area, according to the National Weather Service.

    Nov 16 09:56

    Britain on SNOW alert: Temperatures to plunge to -6C as freezing gales come in from Arctic

    Britain is now on alert for heavy snow as a bitter Arctic plunge sends temperatures plunging within days

    Nov 16 09:56

    Tree-toppling winds, cold temperatures, high surf hit Southern California

    A cold front today brought the Southland strong winds, high surf, an elevated danger of fire, and the possibility of toppled trees and power lines, and snowfall as low a 3,000 feet, National Weather Service forecasters said.

    Nov 16 09:55

    BIG BEAR: Resorts get 5 to 6 inches of snow overnight

    The Bear Mountain and Snow Summit ski resorts in the San Bernardino Mountains received 5-6 inches of "fresh natural snow" overnight, resort officials said Monday, Nov. 16.

    Nov 16 09:55

    Winter Storm Could Drop up to 2 Feet of Snow on Rockies

    The first major winter storm of the season could dump as much as 2 feet of snow on parts of Colorado, The Weather Channel warned early Monday.

    The Weather Channel said the storm could wallop the Front Range of the Rockies, and advised that blizzard conditions were possible Monday night through Tuesday.

    Nov 16 09:55

    Blizzard to Bury Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas Early This Week

    The second storm in less than a week will hit Colorado and parts of Nebraska and Kansas with blizzard conditions and dangerous travel during Monday night and Tuesday.

    The storm has the potential to bring a foot of snow not only to the central Rockies, but also to a large part of the adjacent High Plains.

    Nov 16 08:46

    Bernie Sanders: Climate Change is Directly Related To Terrorism

    Democratic Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said on Saturday that climate change is directly related to terrorism.

    “In fact, climate change is directly related to the growth of terrorism,” said Sanders.

    “And if we do not get our act together and listen to what the scientists say, you’re going to see counties all over the world…they’re going to be struggling over limited amounts of water, limited amounts of land to grow their crops, and you’re going to see all kinds of international conflict.”

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    "So, if you all pay carbon taxes, the terrorists will go away!" -- Burn E.

    Nov 16 07:25

    France to limit U.N. climate summit to core talks, ban rallies: PM

    France will limit a U.N. climate summit in Paris starting in two weeks' time to core negotiations and cancel planned marches and concerts after the attacks that killed 129 people, Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Monday.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    So because of the Paris attacks, all opinions on climate change will be silenced and the conclusion they've been trying to push for years will be the default base for "negotiations".

    Nobody will be able to say otherwise, anti or pro, doesn't matter, all rallies banned and everybody is to shut up and do as the climate nazis say now because terrorists.

    Nov 15 19:39

    Kerry Argues UN Global Warming Treaty Will Be Legally Binding — But Won’t Need Senate Approval

    Secretary of State John Kerry walked back remarks that a future United Nations global warming treaty would not be legally binding. Now Kerry says a climate treaty would, in fact, be legally binding and not require Senate approval.

    Nov 15 07:33

    Western UP gets hit with first significant snowfall

    Grab your mittens, boots and hats because winter is here.

    "We're ready for it," said Maintenance Supervisor John Dault at the Michigan Department of Transportation's L'Anse Maintenance Garage.

    Flakes began falling in the western U.P. early Friday morning.

    "It was basically a whiteout," said Dan Coleman, MDOT snow plow operator.

    Plows from the L'Anse Garage headed out at 4 a.m. to clear Baraga County roads.

    "I got about three miles south of L'Anse and things really started turning bad, I mean it just kept getting progressively harder snowing," said Coleman.

    Nov 15 03:08

    Abiotic Oil Formation

    The AOF theory has been championed for a number of reasons, but many current proponents point to the presence of methane on comets, meteors, and other lifeless planets as evidence that organic material is not needed to produce petroleum. Other supporters point to other clues about the origins of oil such as the distribution of metals in oil, the association of hydrocarbons with helium, and the presence of oil deposits in large-scale structures rather than patchy sedimentary deposits. These, proponents claim, are all reasons to believe that oil does not come from plant and animal matter, but rather from some natural chemical process involving inorganic materials.

    In the end, science will settle the debate, but what science gets funded is directly related to which politicians are in power and who is footing the bill. At some point we will know the definitive answers to questions about the origin of oil and to questions about the impact of CO2 on the environment.

    Nov 14 10:21

    Putin to speak at UN climate change summit in Paris, France says

    Canada's new environment minister was in Paris Sunday taking part in talks to lay the groundwork for this month's UN global climate change summit, which will be attended by more than 100 world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, France’s foreign minister said.

    Nov 13 17:04

    Putin to speak at UN climate change summit in Paris, France says

    Wonder how the latest false flag will affect this upcoming meeting in Paris with ALL the worlds biggie politicos in attendance....maybe.

    By: Sylvie Corbet The Associated Press, Published on Sun Nov 08 2015

    LE BOURGET, FRANCE — Canada's new environment minister was in Paris Sunday taking part in talks to lay the groundwork for this month's UN global climate change summit, which will be attended by more than 100 world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, France’s foreign minister said.

    French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said that Putin has accepted an invitation to attend the conference in Paris. He will be among the speakers on the conference’s first day, along with U.S. President Barack Obama and the leaders of India and China.

    The Kremlin hasn’t confirmed Putin’s participation at the so-called COP 21 talks, which aim to reach the most ambitious accord to date limiting emissions that cause global warming.

    Nov 13 14:31

    Auckland temperature drops to 3C

    The unseasonable cold snap deepened overnight, with the temperature in Auckland dropping to a chilly 3C this morning.

    WeatherWatch said light frosts had also developed in some inland areas of the North Island.

    The 3am low comes after Auckland's temperature dipped to just below 7C yesterday morning - the fourth coldest morning in the City of Sails for this time of year in 50 years.

    The cold snap comes as a spring southerly moves through and an anticyclone sets in.

    In the South Island, winds would build this morning, pushing temperatures up slowly.

    Nov 13 10:18

    One of the longest running climate prediction blunders has disappeared from the Internet

    Readers of WUWT and millions of climate skeptics have read this article before, and in fact it is likely one of the most cited articles ever that illustrates the chutzpah and sheer hubris on display from a climate scientist who was so certain he could predict the future with certainty. Dr. David Viner of the Climatic Research Unit who famously said:

    From the Independent’s most cited article: Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past by Charles Onians:

    However, the warming is so far manifesting itself more in winters which are less cold than in much hotter summers. According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia,within a few years winter snowfall will become “a very rare and exciting event”.

    “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is,” he said.

    It seems however, that after over 15 years, the Independent has removed that article, and the URL now comes up like this:

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Don't worry. We all kept copies! :)

    Nov 13 09:07

    0.1 Degrees Warming Since The US Committed To “Future Climate Treaties”

    In 1990, the National Science Foundation committed the US to future climate treaties, thus guaranteeing tens of billions of dollars of confiscated taxpayer money to scientists for future climate boondoggles in places like Cancun.

    Since they made this commitment, the Earth has warmed about 0.1C, mainly due to the current El Nino. Last year there was no net warming.

    Webmaster addition: The El Nino current originates in a large number of volcanoes on the ocean floor.

    Nov 13 09:04

    No Net Warming In Southwest Greenland Since The 19th Century

    After a short spike around the year 2000, temperatures in southwest Greenland have been plummeting since 2003, are the coldest this year since 1993, and are averaging no warmer now than they were in the 19th century.

    Nov 12 11:23

    Severe Storm Pounds Western States, Moves East

    On a stretch of highway in Douglas County, Colorado, morning commuters were slipping and sliding as they tried to navigate icy road conditions.

    Meanwhile, an hour west of there, up to 12 inches of snow fell in the mountains of Colorado just in time for the opening of Copper Mountain ski resort.

    "We got seven inches of snow overnight, but it is clearly still snowing so we are looking probably close to a foot at this point," Copper Mountain spokeswoman Steph Sweeney said.

    "But again it is still coming down, which we are very excited about," she added. "We couldn't ask for a better opening day."

    Nov 12 11:23

    Climate risk could undermine investments, report warns

    A report has warned that investors could be hit hard amid changes in short-term market swings, triggered by climate impact concerns.

    University of Cambridge experts said global investment portfolios could see losses of up to 45%.

    No investor was "immune from the risks posed by climate change", they added.

    Nov 12 11:22

    Impressive storm response in Carlin

    On Monday, Nov. 2, it started snowing in Carlin. Lots and lots of huge, wet flakes. It snowed like that all evening. As we prepared for bed, we were startled by a loud boom ... a transformer had blown. It's 10:45 at night and our electricity was out --boy was it going to be a long night.

    We would be the first group of our entire City to lose power by 1 am. The sounds of that night were very scary. Trees branches snapping, heavy snow falling on our roofs, electrical lines arcing, flashing lights throughout the neighborhood.

    Nov 12 11:22

    Storm reports

    The largest hail was golf ball size in eastern Nebraska. That was happening while it was snowing in central Nebraska.

    Nov 12 10:11

    Fossil Fuel Companies Under Investigation for Role in Climate Change Denial

    Dan Zegart, senior fellow at the Climate Investigation Center, says New York State Attorney's settlement with Peabody Energy is not satisfactory given the damage caused by denying climate change

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    You might want to take a look out your windows at that monster snow storm (you know, the stuff the global warming hysterics claimed was a thing of the past in 2000) sweeping across the midwest. Ski resorts are open weeks ahead of normal, and the Royal Astronomical Society has just issued a report confirming that thew sun is entering a new Maunder Minimum, which means the Earth is cooling, and all the phony charts and graphs from the Carbonazis cannot change that.

    And I dare anyone to document that I have received any money from large oil companies for my position on the global warming hoax!

    And Exxon did not come under this investigation until AFTER it stopped donating to the Clinton Charitable(?) Foundation!

    Nov 12 10:00

    Paris climate deal will not be a legally binding treaty

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    John Kerry, US secretary of state, has warned that December’s Paris climate change talks will not deliver a “treaty” that legally requires countries to cut their carbon emissions, exposing international divisions over how to enforce a deal.

    The EU and other countries have long argued that the accord due to be reached next month should be an “international treaty” with legally binding measures to cut emissions. But in an interview with the Financial Times, Mr Kerry insisted the agreement was “definitively not going to be a treaty”.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    A treaty would require ratification by the Congress, and such ratification, coming in the middle of a hard winter, will not look good for incumbents struggling to keep their jobs!

    Nov 12 08:33

    Unprecedented Arctic Sea Ice Growth Continues

    Arctic sea ice continues to grow at record rates, with extent the highest for the date since at least 2004.

    Government funded climate experts like NASA will continue to lie about the imaginary meltdown for as long as they can get away with it. There has been no net change in Arctic sea ice extent since George Bush’s first term in office.

    Nov 12 06:56

    Tahoe is Back: Skiers Making Turns Weeks Ahead of Schedule

    It’s snowing again right now, a bad Tuesday morning for area commuters, but great news for skiers and snowboarders. Almost two feet has fallen in the past week, and temperatures have also allowed them to start augmenting Mother Nature with snowmaking in full force. The mountains aren’t just gearing up, they are gearing up way ahead of schedule.

    Nov 11 18:54

    Snow showers for the Cascades

    A midweek storm is bringing snow showers to the Cascades, including Mt. Hood and Santiam Pass. Roads are mainly wet at pass level, but snow is sticking from around 5,000 feet and above.

    Nov 11 18:53

    Snow in Reno

    Heavy snow (some lake-effect off Lake Tahoe) fell near Reno, Nevada, where the NWS office was getting snow at the rate of 2? an hour. Up to 12? of snow was expected (pic. here from Lisa Beck and the NWS Reno facebook page, where you can find more pics.

    Nov 11 16:05

    Cold sun rising : New studies flip climate-change notions upside down

    The sun will go into “hibernation” mode around 2030, and it has already started to get sleepy. At the Royal Astronomical Society’s annual meeting in July, Professor Valentina Zharkova of Northumbria University in the UK confirmed it – the sun will begin its Maunder Minimum (Grand Solar Minimum) in 15 years. Other scientists had suggested years ago that this change was imminent, but Zharkova’s model is said to have near-perfect accuracy.

    Nov 11 11:58

    FLASHBACK - Rising Temperatures Threaten Fundamental Change for Ski Slopes

    Under certain warming forecasts, more than half of the 103 ski resorts in the Northeast will not be able to maintain a 100-day season by 2039, according to a study to be published next year by Daniel Scott, director of the Interdisciplinary Center on Climate Change at the University of Waterloo in Ontario.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    The ski resorts are opening weeks earlier than usual this year!

    Nov 11 11:43

    Viewer photos: Nov. 11 Colorado snow storm

    Nov 11 11:43

    'Everything is blinding white': Huge Sierra snowstorm pays off for winter resorts

    A massive storm that dropped snow across hundreds of miles of the Sierra Nevada is paying dividends for winter resorts, if social media is any indicator.

    From Lake Tahoe and Mt. Rose to Mammoth Mountain, vacation destinations have taken to Twitter to boast that their slopes are ready for visitors.

    Nov 10 18:14

    Tahoe is Back: Skiers Making Turns Weeks Ahead of Schedule

    It’s snowing again right now, a bad Tuesday morning for area commuters, but great news for skiers and snowboarders. Almost two feet has fallen in the past week, and temperatures have also allowed them to start augmenting Mother Nature with snowmaking in full force. The mountains aren’t just gearing up, they are gearing up way ahead of schedule.

    Nov 10 13:37

    BEX ALERT - Global warming sees critical one-degree rise this year over 19th-century average

    This year is on track to be a record 1 degree Celsius hotter than the 19th-century average, hitting a symbolic milestone in the temperature rise that scientists blame mostly on human activities, Britain’s weather service said Monday.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    The fallacy of this story trying to make a big deal out of one degree is that thermometers in the 19th century were notoriously inaccurate!

    Nov 10 09:06

    Catherine McKenna, Environment Minister, Says Climate Science Is Indisputable

    Canada's environment minister says the new Liberal government agrees the science is indisputable — that global warming is real and that urgent action is needed to tackle the problem.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Back on March 20,2000 the UK Independent, quoting the top global warming scientists, ran the banner headline, "Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past!" Soooooooo ... what's that white fluffy stuff all over Canada if the science is beyond dispute?

    Nov 09 18:32

    Rain, snow return to NorCal Sunday

    Winter-like weather conditions returned to Northern California on Sunday, and the rain and snow will pick up in intensity Monday morning.

    Nov 09 16:44

    Some Questions for Bill Nye Six Years After Our 'O’Reilly Factor' Debate

    At the end of our debate, I challenged Bill to a grand experiment, something a man of science like him should love. I put forth an idea on where the temperature would go by 2030. I opined it would return to the level, as measured by the National Center for Environmental Prediction (NCEP), it was in the late 1970s when we began recording real-time temperatures.

    You may have noticed over the years Bill Nye’s increasingly shrill tones on this matter. I haven’t followed his career all that much, though I knew before I debated him that he and I did not share the same opinion on global warming. My kids, then 14 and 11, pointedly told me I was in essence debating a man as beloved as Santa Clause and that I should be “nice.”

    I want you to read the whole article above. Here is a man who never responded to my challenge now saying this, from the article:

    Nov 09 11:06

    COP 21: UN plan to make legally binding climate change laws – worldwide

    Cop 21 or the Paris Climate Conference that is scheduled to take place in Paris on November 30, 2015, will be unlike other UN climate summits or climate conferences in the past. COP 21 has a scarily grandiose objective: in their own words “to achieve a legally binding and universal agreement on climate … for the first time in over 20 years of UN negotiations.”

    Nov 09 09:08

    Wind Industry’s Armageddon: Wind Farm Output Collapse Leaves 110,000 South Australian Homes & Businesses Powerless

    STT could be forgiven for being just a little smug after events unfolded last Sunday night (1 November 2015) in Australia’s “Wind Farm Capital”, South Australia.

    As our post – Wind Power Disaster Unfolds: SA Facing Total Blackouts, Rocketing Power Prices & Thousands More Chopped from the Grid – was being put together for an airing on Monday, unbeknownst to STT – a bit after 10pm on Sunday – 110,000 South Australian homes and businesses were plunged into darkness.

    STT’s SA operatives were quick off the mark, informing us of their unscheduled trip to the Dark Ages – with emails and comments on that post.

    Nov 09 09:04

    Global Warming? How About Global Cooling?

    A new study out of the United Kingdom predicts the Earth is about to go through a major climatic shift that could mean decades of cooler temperatures and fewer hurricanes hitting the United States.

    Scientists at the University of Southampton predict that a cooling of the Atlantic Ocean could cool global temperatures a half a degree Celsius and may offer a “brief respite from the persistent rise of global temperatures,” according to their study.

    This cooling phase in the Atlantic will influence “temperature, rainfall, drought and even the frequency of hurricanes in many regions of the world,” says Dr. Gerard McCarthy. The study’s authors based their results on ocean sensor arrays and 100 years of sea-level data.

    Nov 09 08:39

    NASA Has Known Since 1971 That CO2 Is Not Dangerous, Yet Lied To The Public Continuously

    New York State is investigating Exxon for telling the truth about CO2 in 1976, but the big story is that NASA and NCAR have known since 1971 that CO2 is not dangerous – yet have lied to the public about this for over 30 years.

    In 1971, the top climatologists at NCAR and NASA reported that a runaway greenhouse effect is not possible, because the CO2 absorption spectra is nearly saturated already.

    Nov 09 08:38

    Arctic Ice Growth Continues To Blow Away All Records During NASA’s Hottest Year Ever

    Ice extent is far above 2006, the year with the highest minimum of the past decade.

    Ice growth in Greenland has also been at unprecedented levels.

    The Greenland ice sheet has been experiencing record cold, to accompany the record ice growth

    Nov 09 07:36

    Warming set to breach 1C threshold

    Global temperatures are set to rise more than one degree above pre-industrial levels according to the UK's Met Office.

    Figures from January to September this year are already 1.02C above the average between 1850 and 1900.

    If temperatures remain as predicted, 2015 will be the first year to breach this key threshold.

    The world would then be half way towards 2C, the gateway to dangerous warming.


    Nov 08 10:35

    India Bans Greenpeace, Accusing It of Fraud, Data Falsification

    The international environmental group has had its license revoked by the Indian government and has one month to close down under accusations of data falsification and fraud.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    "The common enemy of humanity is man. In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then, is humanity itself." - Club of Rome, premier environmental think-tank, consultants to the United Nations

    "We need to get some broad based support, to capture the public's imagination... So we have to offer up scary scenarios, make simplified, dramatic statements and make little mention of any doubts... Each of us has to decide what the right balance is between being effective and being honest." - Prof. Stephen Schneider, Stanford Professor of Climatology, lead author of many IPCC reports

    "We've got to ride this global warming issue. Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing in terms of economic and environmental policy." - Timothy Wirth, President of the UN Foundation

    "No matter if the science of global warming is all phony... climate change provides the greatest opportunity to bring about justice and equality in the world." - Christine Stewart, former Canadian Minister of the Environment

    "The data doesn't matter. We're not basing our recommendations on the data. We're basing them on the climate models." - Prof. Chris Folland, Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research

    "The models are convenient fictions that provide something very useful." - Dr David Frame, climate modeler, Oxford University

    "I believe it is appropriate to have an 'over-representation' of the facts on how dangerous it is, as a predicate for opening up the audience." - Al Gore, Climate Change activist

    "It doesn't matter what is true, it only matters what people believe is true." - Paul Watson, co-founder of Greenpeace

    Nov 08 09:08

    Inconvenient Hurricane Shock Truth: Period 1871 – 1900 Saw 70% More Hits Than 1986-2015!

    Joe Bastardi at Weatherbell puts hurricanes in historical perspective at his latest Weatherbell Saturday Summary.

    He presents a fascinating statistic that tells us the alarmist claims being made today about higher and stronger storm frequency over the Atlantic are in fact a lot of hype and wild exaggeration.

    Nov 08 07:28

    The Environmental Earth-Worship Insanity of Government: 'No Heater Allowed, Even When It's 20 Degrees!'

    Almost every retailer whose name you'd recognize and every major shipper, UPS, FEDEX, & all of these big conglomerates without fail have two universal rules: NO WEAPONS whatsoever- not only no firearms, but no knives, no pepper spray, etc. They have a huge fear of guns which is quite distasteful. The second crazy rule they have is NO IDLING. This means that it's forbidden to idle your truck engine while on their property. The same goes for every truck stop in the nation, every rest area, every parking area, etc. They all have NO IDLING signs. These laws are passed under the guide of climate change, Carbon emissions, and environmental protection. if you can't idle and turn on the heater, what are you supposed to do, freeze to death?

    Nov 08 01:09

    A very long list of last chances

    President Obama promised to end two wars. He's leaving three. That's the clear and present threat, says Rodney Hide

    President Obama scares children: "This year, in Paris, has to be the year that the world finally reaches an agreement to protect the one planet that we've got while we still can." This was his heavy message, delivered last month.

    The Earth has been around a long time. And its future hangs on this month's meeting of world leaders.

    The stakes could not be higher, the challenge more daunting: 192 countries to agree to hobble their economies by cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

    Leaders must agree to hammer their own people in a way that is equitable, politically acceptable, and each and every leader has to sign up. If some don't, many won't. And that means the world fries. Or drowns. Or something like that.

    Nov 07 16:02

    Record Siberian snow could bode ill for Northeast

    There is a theory about snow in Siberia during the month of October: If there is a lot, it can mean a particularly wicked winter in the northeast United States.

    Last month, Siberia experienced record snowfall and the worst blizzard in a decade.

    Nov 07 14:37

    Snow at Crystal Mountain and Stevens Pass

    Look at all of that early Global Warming™!

    Nov 06 21:43

    Hey Guys–It’s Snowing All Over The West Right Now!

    . From standard East Coast flurries to the unexpected California pow, people are getting after it, earning both core shots and face shots across much of the West. After a summer of El Niño hype and a fall waiting to reap the benefits, we're pretty stoked to see the snow flying, and apparently so is your news feed. Nevermind the Facebook statuses–here's where its actually snowing right now, as we head into the first weekend of November.

    Nov 06 13:31

    BEX ALERT - Investigate ExxonMobil for Fraud

    Polar bears stranded and starving on melting ice floes. Family farms abandoned due to California’s mega-drought. Once-splendid coral reefs bleached and dead in our oceans.

    We have all seen these images, and most scientists believe they are caused by climate change. It’s no surprise that fossil fuel companies, which profit from the very activities that cause climate change, have pushed back on the scientific consensus that climate change is a problem we must address. But a recent investigation by Columbia University, the LA Times, and InsideClimate News has uncovered just how far one of the largest of these companies was willing to go to sweep climate concerns under the rug, and it is shocking [1].

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Hillary Clinton didn't start calling for an investigation of Exxon until after Exxon stopped donating to the Clinton Foundation. And all the money being paid in the global warming hoax is going to those promoting the fraud, including generous grants to cooperative scientists and public relations companies selling the propaganda.

    I dare anyone to document that I have received any payments of any kind from Exxon for my position on global warming!

    Nov 06 11:07

    Clinton Calls for Exxon Probe After Company Cuts Off Foundation Funding

    Hillary Clinton is calling for a federal investigation of ExxonMobil’s climate change activities just months after the company neglected to renew its sponsorship of the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting.

    Nov 06 09:59

    India Kicks Greenpeace Out Of The Country For ‘Fraudulent’ Operations

    In a twist of irony, Greenpeace has been kicked out of the very country it’s trying to “save” from global warming.

    India’s government has cancelled Greenpeace’s nonprofit registration after national security officials deemed the activist group a “threat to economic security” and took actions to limit the group’s ability to function.

    Nov 06 09:39

    For WHO,Red Meat Is A Red Herring

    Humans are omnivores. They have to eat flesh to get Vitamin B-12.They have to eat fruits and veggies to get Vitamin C.People who eat properly ie meat and veggies are bigger,stronger and smarter than malnourished people. Don't fall for this BS!

    An increasingly important “sister institution” of the UN system is the highly politicized “World Health Department” also known as the World Health Organization (WHO) which, as part of a new scare campaign, has issued new declarations that sausages, hot dogs, bratwurst, and ham are carcinogenic, and that all red meat is “probably carcinogenic.”

    This new anti-meat campaign, however, is not about your health, but about the “health of the planet.” WHO’s attack on meat is happening just before the Paris gathering on global warming and is a part of the slow motion socialist revolution poorly disguised as “climate change awareness.” As usual, socialist policies today are justified as “necessity for future generations.”