May 16 11:06

Mount Washington breaks snow record with nearly 3 feet; observers celebrate with ice cream

The mid-May nor'easter that brought heavy rain and a brief change to snow for some packed a punch on Mount Washington.

Weather observers at the summit say it snowed for 38 continuous hours - with the final flakes falling Monday afternoon.

This long-duration snowfall amounted to over 33 inches. This broke the record for the summit's largest snowstorm ever recorded in May. It also broke the 24-hour May snowfall record with 22.9 inches in a 24-hour period.

May 16 10:49

Global Warming is a Hoax: Here’s Why! Dick Morris TV: Lunch ALERT!

May 16 10:48

Strong dust storm, severe thunderstorms and large hail engulf Iowa

An apocalyptial dust storm, heavy thunderstorms and large hail swept across Iowa, damaging homes and cars.

May 15 11:58

Feminist icon Gloria Steinem says lack of abortions caused climate change

In a wide-ranging interview, feminist icon Gloria Steinem told Refinery29 last Tuesday that climate change can be directly correlated to a lack of abortion.

May 15 09:08

Mother's Day nor'easter brings over 6 inches of snow to parts of NH

Mother's Day is usually known for sunny and nice weather, but some Granite Staters are digging out from nearly six inches of snow this morning.

May 15 08:46

Scientists Found A ‘Totally Unexpected’ Source Of Climate Cooling

Arctic waters absorbed vast amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, creating a cooling effect that’s 230 times greater than the warming from methane emitted from underwater seeps, according to a new study.

The findings are a complete reversal of what scientists previously believed — that methane seeps in the Arctic Ocean were contributing to global warming.

“If what we observed near Svalbard occurs more broadly at similar locations around the world, it could mean that methane seeps have a net cooling effect on climate, not a warming effect as we previously thought,” John Pohlman, a U.S. Geological Survey biochemist and lead author of the study, said in a statement Monday.

May 12 09:39

Texas Panhandle wheat escapes major damage from late snow, freeze

Bent and broken but not down for the count – that is the damage report from Texas A&M AgriLife wheat experts after freezing temperatures, high winds and 4 or more inches of snow blasted the crop over a week ago.

The majority of the Texas Panhandle’s wheat will be fine, said Dr. Jackie Rudd, Texas A&M AgriLife Research wheat breeder, and Dr. Jourdan Bell, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agronomist, both in Amarillo.

May 11 09:03

April weather deepened mountain snowpack

We had to endure a cloudier, cooler and somewhat showery April. Then, as we moved through the first week of May, we saw some hope that warmer and sunnier weather is possible this time of year.

That last week in April, though, had us thinking that maybe winter was going to continue for a while longer, especially in the mountains.

With ski areas already closed for the season, a series of cold storm systems produced between 2 and 3 feet of snow in the mountains between April 25 and 27. That had skiers and boarders back out in the mountains making late-spring powder turns. The parking lot at Teton Pass looked like a busy day in January.

May 11 09:03

National cold record beaten in Latvia last night

Minus 4.7 degrees Celsius were registered in Rezekne, eastern Latvia, last night which is a new cold record for May 10 not only for Rezekne but also for the whole country, writes LETA.

According to the information from the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Center, new cold records in the range between minus 2.3 and minus 4.3 degrees Celsius were registered in altogether six observation stations in Latvia, mostly in the western part of the country.

The previous national cold record for May 10 was minus 4.3 degrees Celsius registered back in 1941.

May 11 09:02

UDOT crews cutting through deep snow to get mountain passes open

As spring arrives in northern Utah and temperatures rise, road crews are still tackling tough winter chores in the mountains.

May 11 07:50

Freak Hailstorm Blankets Denver Metro Area (Videos and Pictures)

A furious hailstorm engulfed the Denver Metro Area on May 8, 2017 filling the streets with hail the size of golf ball within minutes.

May 11 07:34

Barack Obama traveled to Milan for climate change conference in a PRIVATE JET and was then ferried to town in a 14-car convoy

Former President Barack Obama used a private jet and a 14-car convoy to transport him to a conference in Milan where he spoke about food security and climate change.

May 10 09:46

Yes, It's May, But Watertown Sees Snowfall

If you live in the North Country, you've surely heard a joke about snow falling in the summer. If you don't, you've probably told one. But it's hard to get over that stereotype when it's May 8 and it's actually snowing. Our Brian Dwyer was out and about Monday and found out that, for at least one business, the snow is no joking matter.

May 10 09:45

Snow up north, rain elsewhere stymied field work again

A couple of dry days let Wisconsin farmers get into their fields last week, but mid-week snow up north and rain elsewhere put a halt to this year's oft-delayed planting of crops.

May 10 09:13

Apocalypse warning: Ancient viruses could REAWAKEN and cause ‘global epidemic’

DEADLY ancient viruses could reawaken if the permafrost in the Arctic circle continues to melt, scientists have warned.

May 09 11:14

Photos: Damaging hailstorm hammers Denver ahead of Monday evening commute

Photos: Damaging hailstorm hammers Denver ahead of Monday evening commute
A severe thunderstorm slammed Denver on Monday afternoon with large hail, causing damage and travel delays across the city.
Roads looked as if they were covered in snow due to the amount of hail that fell on Monday afternoon, resulting in travel delays that persisted after the storm had departed.
Hail as large as tennis balls was reported around Denver, smashing car windows, stripping trees of leaves and damaging some houses.

May 09 09:45

Yes...It's Snowing In May

We don't like to admit it, but snow in May happens.

Wet flakes were falling all over the north country Monday.

We met up with people on Main Street in Canton, NY as they braved the winter-like weather.

May 09 09:13

Delingpole: And So It Begins, Trump’s Great Climate Purge…

EPA administrator Scott Pruitt – perhaps stung by criticisms that he was turning into a squish – today reaffirmed, in an interview with CNBC, that he is not a believer in catastrophic man-made global warming.

“I think that measuring with precision human activity on the climate is something very challenging to do and there’s tremendous disagreement about the degree of impact. So no, I would not agree that it’s a primary contributor to the global warming that we see. But we don’t know that yet…”

This new boldness coincides with a purge of warmist scientific advisers at both the EPA and the Interior Department.

May 09 09:03

CJR Finds Scientific Opposition to Linking Hurricanes and Global Warming

A surprising report from the George Soros-funded Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) revealed several scientists oppose the way the media have tried to blame hurricanes on man-made climate change.

May 08 08:34

Winter weather hits Kansas

Typically we get a Kansas frost fear event during the spring season. The wheat complex got that and more this week as a system dumped heavy snows over western Kansas and eastern Colorado the weekend of April 29-30. Kansas City contracts traded near limit up in May 1 trade with 29-cent gains. A member of the Kansas Wheat Commission stated, "We lost the western Kansas wheat crop this weekend."

Heavy snows lodged winter wheat that was ahead of normal growing pace. Thirty two percent of the crop was headed compared to 23 percent for the five-year average so concern remains that even the areas that escaped the heavy snow could have experience yield loss with temperatures that were well below freezing.

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Gosh darn that human-caused global warming!

May 08 08:33

Snow covers San Diego mountains during unusual May storm

Sunday's unusual May rainstorm prompted an unusual a general advisory for the coastal waters and mountains in San Diego County.

The San Diego County Department of Public Works issued an advisory Sunday morning for motorists that chains are required on Palomar Mountain, as snow began to fall in local mountains.

May 08 08:09

13 people die and 10 million more are under flood warning as rising Mississippi River ravages parts of the Midwest

At least 13 people have died due to flooding in the Midwest, authorities said Saturday as up to 10 million people living across six states remain under flood warning.
Weather experts said over the weekend that several areas along the Mississippi River were likely to see near-record crests, according to CNN.

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As those near-record snows melt!

May 08 07:44

Road to Trump's Climate Change Hell Paved by Obama and Clinton

Gerald Horne, Robert Pollin and Paul Jay discuss the debate within the Trump White House on whether to leave the Paris climate accords or just undermine them; and how this relates to the fight within the Democratic Party

May 05 09:01

Thoughts on the Public Discourse over Climate Change

MIT atmospheric science professor Richard Lindzen suggests that many claims regarding climate change are exaggerated and unnecessarily alarmist.

May 04 09:36

Other Crop Losses Globally Due to Cold & Mini Ice Age Climate Intensification

May 04 09:16

Carbon Dioxide "pollutant" DEBUNKED!

May 04 08:55

Revenge of the Global Warming : Hundreds of cows killed or lost in southeast Colorado blizzard

Hundreds of cows were killed or lost during the blizzard that hit extreme southeastern Colorado last weekend. More than 2 feet of snow buried the region.

May 04 08:54

Winter storm causes outages, road closures in southeast Colorado

While western Kansas bore the brunt of the late-season winter storm over the weekend, portions of eastern Colorado were also impacted.

As The Prowers Journal reports, areas of southeast Colorado, like Springfield and Campo received 7.5 to 10 inches of snow. About four to six inches of snow fell in the Holly area and Lamar received only some accumulation, but 50 mph winds caused some power outages.

Holly, Bristol, Granada and Hartman suffered the most outages, along with areas south of Lamar.

May 03 15:21

Most significant cold snap in decades for southern Ontario

The month of May begins on an unseasonable note for southern Ontario, with an extended stretch of below-seasonal temperatures in the region's forecast.

"The cold snap, which is expected to last five days, will be one of the most significant bouts of cold weather Toronto has seen in May," The Weather Network meteorologist Tyler Hamilton says.

May 03 15:21


Blizzard conditions and heavy snow swept western Kansas, including 14 to 20 inches in Colby in the northwestern quadrant of the No. 1 winter wheat state in the nation, said the Weather Channel. “We lost the western Kansas wheat crop this weekend. Just terrible,” tweeted Justin Gilpin, chief executive of the grower-funded Kansas Wheat Commission.

May 03 08:53

Other Crop Losses Globally Due to Cold & Mini Ice Age Climate Intensification

With the massive losses of at least 32% of US Winter wheat over the first week of May 2017, there are other agriculture losses mounting in regional areas, that when seen combined will add to the overall larger picture. Doubling avocado prices, lemon shortages, massive fruit losses across Europe, vineyards up to 50% loss. The mini ice age crop losses are beginning.

May 02 14:25

The Ignorance, Intolerance, and Violence of the “Climate Crusaders”

Some intolerant protesters may be delicate snowflakes, too easily intimidated, offended or made to feel “unsafe” by conservative or other contrarian thought. However, the near-constant intimidation and threats of expulsion or violence have become a deliberate tactic, used repeatedly to impose speech codes and political agendas – and too often ignored, acquiesced in or supported by professors, administrators and politicians who welcome the silencing of opposition voices or lack the courage to confront it.

May 02 11:12

Feedyards Scramble To Recover From Blizzard

Feedyards on the High Plains are scrambling to recover from a massive weekend snow storm that blanketed western Kansas, eastern Colorado and stretched from the Panhandle of Texas to Nebraska. Death losses will number in the thousands at feedyards and to pasture cattle, many of which were displaced by the storm.

Poky Feeders general manager Joe Morgan says he’s been in the commercial cattle feeding business since 1983, “and this is the most devastating storm I’ve ever witnessed.”

The National Weather Service reported 15 inches to 18 inches of snow fell in the hardest hit areas of western Kansas. As much as 75% of the U.S. cattle on feed were affected by the storm. Power outages included at least 42,000 customers by two power cooperatives in western Kansas.

May 02 11:09

A May basket of slushy snow

The National Weather Service predicted 1 to 4 inches of snow in the area today, May 1. Wet heavy snow, along with some rain and, earlier some ice fell overnight in the area.

The area was placed under a winter weather advisory until noon. Weather conditions were expected to improve throughout the day with a predicted high of 48.

May 02 11:07

April Showers Bring May Snow Showers

The Spring Snowstorm was a record breaker for the Sioux Empire. The National Weather Service said Sioux Falls set new daily records for snowfall yesterday and today. You know what they say, April showers bring May snow showers. Well, not really, but if you already planted your Spring flowers and plants, don’t worry.

May 02 11:06

Heavy, wet snow downs power lines in southern Nebraska; blizzard rocks western Kansas

On the last day of April, McCook reported blizzard conditions and crews in western Kansas scrambled to help travelers stranded by a spring snowstorm.

Colby, Kansas, located on Interstate 70, reported 17 inches of snow at 9 a.m. on Sunday. Snowfall rates in western Kansas surpassed 3 inches per hour during the peak of the storm, with snow at times accompanied by thunder.

May 02 10:30

Blizzard Cancels Global Warming Protest as Gore Asks for $15 Trillion

One of the latest blizzards on record in the western USA cancels the Global Warming protest march in Denver. All at the same time Al Gore now asks the world to give up another $15 Trillion to stop a 2C temperature rise.

May 01 10:43

Spring snowstorm blankets west Kansas, shuts down highway

May 1 (UPI) -- Kansas officials said a spring snowstorm shut down a 130-mile stretch of Interstate 70 in northwest Kansas due to blizzard conditions.

Kansas Highway Patrol spokesman Ben Gardner said the road reopened early Monday. He said the lack of truck parking and hotel accommodations also led to the decision to shut down the road on Sunday.

May 01 09:59

Times columnist blasted by ‘nasty left’ for climate change piece

A New York Times columnist who was “harangued” for months by “bullying Trump supporters” says he’s now being blasted by the “nasty left” — after he penned a piece about how absurd it was to blindly support climate change, without listening to both sides of the argument.

May 01 09:53

Himachal Pradesh receives snowfall, vehicular movement gets disrupted on roads of Lahaul-Spiti district

The Stingri area of Himachal Pradesh's Lahaul, Spiti district witnessed a fresh snowfall on Sunday afternoon.

According to agency reports, a good many roads are still blocked even after hours of snowfall.

May 01 09:52

The story of a late season storm in Pueblo

Power outages have been a big concern in Pueblo as some people are going into a second night without electricity. Those outages also due to debris from trees damaged by heavy snow and wind.

May 01 09:52

Record-breaking winter storm leaves thousands in Texas Panhandle without power

Thousands of Texas and Oklahoma Panhandle residents were without power Sunday as the result of heavy, wet snow and high winds that knocked down power lines and made road conditions hazardous, hampering repair crews who were trying to reach outage locations. And east of Dallas, three confirmed tornadoes on Saturday killed at least four people and left neighborhoods shattered.

May 01 09:29

9 Reasons You Shouldn't Listen To Bill Nye About Science

Fox News host Tucker Carlson and Bill Nye, the so-called "Science Guy," went round and round about the issue of climate change on Monday night. Carlson kept asking Nye basic questions about the subject and Nye kept deflecting and saying the issue was settled.

Here are nine reasons you shouldn't listen to Bill Nye about science.

May 01 08:11

Welcome to May in the Northland: Snow falling, winter storm warning in effect

The arrival of May is being marked with snow and gusty winds in parts of the Northland this morning, with winter storm warnings and advisories in effect for much of the region.

Apr 29 09:52

Boulder County winter storm warning: 6-12 inches of snow possible

What forecasters are terming a classic spring snow event is shaping up to impact Boulder County and the rest of the Front Range, with a good chance for at least half a foot of snow falling before it tapers off mid-day Saturday.

National Weather Service meteorologist Jim Kalina said 6 to 12 inches of snow could be delivered by the wintry blast. The weather service has issued a winter storm warning from 6 p.m. Friday to 6 p.m. Saturday.

A hard freeze for the area is possible Sunday morning.

Apr 29 09:51

City and utilities crews prepare for snow storm

Heavy, wet spring snow can snap branches and take down power lines. That's why Colorado Springs Utilities and crews in Pueblo are on standby for any trouble spots that develop with this coming storm.

Apr 29 09:51

Cold, rainy and breezy weekend expected in the Omaha area; snow to the north and west

Forecasters called for rain, below-normal temperatures, breezy conditions and possibly a rain-snow mix for today through Monday in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa.

The National Weather Service office in Valley said there is a 90 percent chance of rain today, mainly after 9 a.m., and a high temperature near 45, with north-northeast winds gusting as high as 30 mph.

“Here come the soaking rains Saturday into Sunday,” said KMTV meteorologist Ryan McPike. “It’s a given.”

Apr 29 09:27

Carbon dioxide “pollutant” myth totally DEBUNKED in must-see science video

As part of the new Health Ranger Science effort at public education on crucial science issues of our time, I’ve just released this truly must-see video that totally debunks the false narrative of carbon dioxide as a “pollutant.”

As you’ll see explained in the video below, climate change alarmists use visual trickery and deceit to make gullible people falsely believe that CO2 is rising to unprecedented, alarming levels across our planet. In truth, CO2 is at nearly the lowest point ever recorded in the history of the planet.

In fact, using data from the NOAA and even the IPCC, it turns out that CO2 levels were as much as 15 times higher than 400 ppm in the past, and plants across the planet today are starving for CO2, the “molecule of life” for plant life across the planet (including forests, food crops and jungles).

Apr 28 08:46

Climate change app terrorizes youth with wildly exaggerated sea level projections

Thanks to current technology, you too can experience the so-called “disastrous effects” of climate change wherever you may be. Development studios Strange Flavor and secondverse have collaborated with visual artist Justin Brice Guariglia to create an app, named After Ice, in honor of Earth Day. Utilizing geolocation, augmented reality (AR), and collected NASA predictions, the app will show you how your area will look when affected by global ice melt and rising sea levels. Bubbles and fish will also sometimes swim past, states the Yet, taking “the science out of the lab” reveals this: rising sea and ice levels just aren’t happening. After Ice is simply more fear mongering disguised as a “fun” and “educational” app.

Apr 27 17:12

Big Government Behind Climate Change Industry

Apr 27 10:32

Storm drops a foot of snow at higher elevations near Steamboat SpringsArticleComments ()

Much of the Yampa Valley woke up to a dusting of snow Tuesday, but it was a different story at higher elevations.

According to the Tower weather monitoring station at 10,500 feet on Buffalo Pass, 12 inches of snow had fallen by Tuesday morning.

Apr 27 10:32

Is it actually snowing in Bristol? In April?

We are getting reports that snow has fallen in the Bristol area April.

Dozens of bemused Bristol residents took to Twitter shortly after 2pm on Tuesday to report they had seen snow falling in and around the Bristol area.

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Gosh DARN that human-caused global warming!!!!!! :)

Apr 27 07:29

Thursday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: More wintry weather expected

Ironwood and areas east will see slippery roads. As the day wears on, the departing low responsible for all the moisture slides to the northeast and creates wraparound snow around the region by the afternoon and evening hours. Most heavier snowfall will happen near Grand Marais and Grand Portage.

Apr 26 06:43

Northland weather-related closings and cancellations for Wednesday, April 26

Some school districts in the Northland have delayed or canceled classes for Wednesday, April 26, because of snow and freezing rain in the region.

Apr 25 21:15

Shill Nye the Alamist Guy to the Woodshed

Notice how after the hockey stick fail they re-branded global warming to climate change?

Apr 25 14:29

Ice storm warning issued for parts of the Northland

Rain that will freeze when it hits the ground and accumulating snow will converge on parts of the Northland overnight into Wednesday, leading to potentially slippery driving and walking conditions and even some power outages.

The National Weather Service in Duluth has issued an ice storm warning for Cook and northern Lake counties. A winter weather advisory is posted for Itasca, Koochiching, St. Louis, Carlton, Douglas and Bayfield counties, with freezing rain likely from about 3 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday and snow continuing after that.

Apr 25 12:46

April snow expected to continue across country

Several parts of Scotland have experienced April snow showers as an icy blast blew in from the north.

The Highlands, Aberdeenshire coast and Shetland were among areas where snow fell overnight and into Monday.

The Met Office later issued a yellow warning for between 22:00 on Monday and 09:00 on Tuesday.

Apr 25 10:59

More BS : Al Gore’s New Group Demands $15 Trillion To Fight Global Warming

A group of executives who want to fight global warming has published a new report calling for countries to spend up to $600 billion a year over the next two decades to boost green energy deployment and energy efficiency equipment.

Apr 25 07:34

Europe Crop Losses, Record Snow and Cold with More in May

Apr 24 23:05

Bill Nye to the Woodshed

He deserves it.

Apr 23 07:28

Federal Subsidies for Corn Ethanol and Other Corn-Based Biofuels

Since its creation of the domestic market for corn ethanol after the energy crisis of the 1970s, the federal government has nurtured and maintained the ethanol industry with a steady stream of subsidies. After more than 30 years of federal backing, corn ethanol subsidies scattered throughout the federal tax code and farm bill energy title should be eliminated once and for all. Originally sold as a way to achieve energy independence and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, ethanol has been a favorite of many lawmakers: ethanol producers have received favorable treatment under the tax code, tariff protection from foreign competition, and even a government mandate for its use. As a result, taxpayers have spent billions of dollars over the last 30 years subsidizing the production of corn ethanol, while at the same time creating unintended costs for consumers and the environment.

Apr 22 09:01

Northeast Maine prepares for even more snow

Bad news for some winter-weary Mainers. More snow is on the way.

Apr 22 08:27

Snow mats provide traffic jams in Austria

April is, in the truest sense of the word, what he wants: In March temperatures of more than 25 degrees meteorologically gave us the first summer day of the year. Now deep "Peter" brings frost. The snowfall limit ranges between 400 and 900 meters, also snow falls in Vienna today. The stormy north wind with gusts of 90 km / h, in exposed locations also with peaks of over 100 km / h.

Apr 21 14:43

Scott Adams: How a Systems-Thinking President Can Settle the Climate Science Debate

This idea in today’s Wall Street Journal talks about creating a “Red Team” to dig into the climate science debate and come up with a conclusion for the public. I call that a good system.

Systems are better than goals. A goal, in this case, might be to “Convince the public that climate change is a big problem.” That’s a clear goal, but what if it isn’t the best outcome? That’s where a system (such as forming a Red Team) comes in handy. The system will solve for credibility while informing the public of whatever comes out of the exercise.

You can’t govern better than that. Period.

Apr 21 08:45

UK weather: Snow and storms to strike Britain with low temperatures lasting for weeks

A wintry blast of snow, hail and gales is set to hit the UK in the run-up to the May bank holiday weekend, according to forecasters.

Temperatures will plummet tomorrow and are expected to remain unseasonably low until the middle of next month.

The Met Office is predicting “heavy and wintry” showers and widespread overnight frosts from Tuesday next week, with Northern parts of the UK the worst hit.

Apr 21 08:32

Unusually large swarm of icebergs drifts into shipping lanes

(*and , of course Ice In The Shipping Lanes proves human caused Global Warming)

Apr 21 08:25

Snow Flakes Will Fly

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for the Little Belt Mountains. Although other mountain ranges are not under an advisory, most of the mountain locations will see snow accumulation through Friday. Elevations above 4500? could accumulate 1-4?, with 4-8? above 7000?. Mountain passes will be a little slushy, especially King’s Hill Pass.

Apr 20 13:53

The Assault on Science is Not New

We should all “March For Science” this Earth Day. But let’s get one thing straight. The assault on science is nothing new. It’s been going on under Democrats and Republicans alike for decades. Trump’s attacks are particularly blatant and vociferous, but the situation was thoroughly unacceptable long before he moved into the White House.

The solution isn’t changing administrations. It’s changing the system.

Here’s what’s we’ve been dealing with for decades with respect to science and science-based public policy:

Apr 18 12:50

Policy Advisers Urge Trump to Keep U.S. in Paris Accord

Exxon, Shell Join
Ivanka Trump to
Defend Paris
Climate Pac

Apr 18 11:33

Scott Adams: The Air Comes Out of the Anti-Trump Balloon

In January of this year, President Trump’s critics were marching in the streets because they believed he was about to go full-Hitler. Or maybe he was just crazy, and about to do something dangerously stupid.

Today their biggest complaint is that President Trump hasn’t shared his tax returns with the public.

How’s everything else looking?

Apr 18 08:56

It snowed so much this winter Squaw Valley might stay open straight through next year

Did you hear? It snowed a lot in the Sierra Nevada this winter. Unless you spent the cold months avoiding the news (we wouldn’t blame you), then you already know it’s a record-breaking season.

Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows, sister ski resorts north of Lake Tahoe, have tallied nearly 60 feet of snow this winter. At a slightly higher elevation, Sugar Bowl at Donner Summit hit 751 inches — 63 feet! — this month. Last week alone, Squaw reported three feet of snow.

Last Thursday, the National Weather Service announced the Northern Sierra Nevada region, comprising eight separate climate stations, achieved its wettest water year on record.

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Apr 17 09:20

White Easter: Sweden wakes up to snow and record low temperatures

Easter Sunday got off to an unusually cold start across Sweden - with three weather records broken as some towns experienced their chilliest April night in decades.

Apr 16 08:03

Trump Administration Is Removing Climate Change Research from Government Websites

Victoria Herrmann of the Arctic Institute explains how her research and that of others have been removed from government websites and this is happening at the worst possible moment for climate change research

Apr 16 07:31

Central Alberta snowstorm cuts power, prompts emergency response

A snowstorm Friday has left communities in central and eastern Alberta without power, cutting heat and water to some homes for more than 24 hours.

ATCO crews are travelling from as far south as Lloydminster to fix broken power lines on a 24/7 rotation.

They are prioritizing larger communities that have gone the longest without power, according to Brent Kobelka, ATCO director of distribution operations.

Apr 11 10:17

Snowy Mountains get blast of pre-winter snow well ahead of official ski season

The alpine region of southern New South Wales has received a big blast of snow — months ahead of the official start to the ski season.

Apr 11 08:46

Extinction-level event to hit U.S.? 2024 projections show U.S. population reduced by 262 million people over next 7-years, GDP reduced by $17B

Ever since the ominous forecasting website was exposed in 2014 for being a tool of the Deep State by “playing both sides of the fence,” journalists, authors, and others have been scouring the site’s unique data as a way to peer into the future — which according to projections looks bleak.

Apr 10 07:32

A Brain-Invading Parasite Is Believed to Be Spreading Because of Humans

Health officials in Hawaii have been warning residents not to touch snails or slugs with their bare hands because of an increase in cases of people coming into contact with a rare parasitic infection known as a rat lungworm. Experts are blaming its sudden spread across the United States on climate change and globalization.

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They lost me at "climate change." More gratuitous booga booga.

Apr 09 18:04

$500 Billion Plan to Refreeze Polar Cap, While Icebergs Detour Ships 650KM South

A new plan out by Arizona State University to use 10 million wind powered pumps to re-freeze the Arctic at a cost of $500 billion dollars, is a badly timed release as 400+ icebergs invade north Atlantic shipping lanes driving vessel traffic 650Km south to avoid collision. Record snows in Anchorage Alaska and Record ice growth on Greenland.

Apr 09 08:51

Spring? Forget about it! Incredible photos of Canadian town which has been pummeled with back-to-back Nor’easters and is trying to dig itself out of 93 INCHES of snow

Apr 06 11:15

NOAA Milestone! 50% Fake Data

NOAA has a network of 1200 temperature stations around the US, known as USHCN (United States Historical Climatology Network) The measured temperature data shows that US temperatures peaked in the 1930s, and have generally declined since then. But NOAA does not report the measured data to the public, rather they report fake “adjusted” data which shows a lot of warming.