So much for Global Warming

I bet residents all over the US are just wishing Global Warming was real about now.

An enormous winter storm moved northward early Sunday, leaving behind heavy snow and high winds in Southern New England and the Mid-Atlantic states. The storm has stranded travelers, knocked out electricity and buried the East Coast in snow for three days.

While the snowfall tapered off in Manhattan early Sunday morning, the storm and its high winds continued to rage on Long Island, which was reporting blizzard-like conditions. Matt Scalora, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in Brookhaven, said that the 25 inches of snow recorded there marked the deepest amount since the 1940s. Sections of the Long Island Expressway had to be closed to permit plowing or because drivers were hampered by gusts of snow driven by winds reaching 35 miles an hour. The Associated Press reported that more than 150 passengers were stranded for five hours on the highway.

Deepest amount since the 1940’s, hell that is going to put a big dent in the statistics. meanwhile on the other side of the US in an area that Warm-mongers say will be most hurt by Global Warming is Alaska and in Valdez;

We’re not talking about your ordinary little dump here. That was in Copenhagen, where world leaders were meeting to discuss what to do about global warming and the Bloomberg news service was warning that Barack Obama and the rest would “face freezing weather as a blizzard dumped 10 centimeters (4 inches) of snow on the Danish capital overnight.”

Four inches overnight? Valdez got more than four inches per hour at the height of the snowstorm that began there Monday and ran through the week. By the time the citizens of Alaska’s only oil port finally caught a break, the snow was piled 5 feet, 8 inches deep.

Yes, you read right.

Five feet, 8 inches; over the head of your average American woman, up the nose of your average American man. The National Weather Service called it record. Fire hydrants were buried so deep under snow not even Tiger Woods could have hit them.

All these records tumbling when supposedly we are facing “record warming”, how can that be? Some one must be telling fibs.

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