12,793 US Snow and Cold Records Broken in Less Than 2 Months

“From March 12 to April 22 (6 weeks) there were 9,664 snow and cold records broken.”

Recordevents-12Mar13-to-26Apr-13

“From April 22 to May 5th there were 3,129 snow and cold records broken.”

“That’s 12,793 Snow and Cold records broken in less than 2 months.”

http://wx.hamweather.com/images/maps/recordevents/640×480/2week/us.png?cat=mintemp,lowmax, snowfall

H/T from Ice Age Now for the links and graphics.

Yes, it is just weather, but interesting just the same, with all the clamor about global warming in the newspapers and on the TV news. No mention of these records. On the other hand, if they had been heat records, it would be all over the news, especially the warmers on NBC. We only get the news that fits the AGW narrative.

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Author: Russ Steele

Freelance writer and climate change blogger. Russ spent twenty years in the Air Force as a navigator specializing in electronics warfare and digital systems. After his service he was employed for sixteen years as concept developer for TRW, an aerospace and automotive company, and then was CEO of a non-profit Internet provider for 18 months. Russ's articles have appeared in Comstock's Business, Capitol Journal, Trailer Life, Monitoring Times, and Idaho Magazine.

2 thoughts on “12,793 US Snow and Cold Records Broken in Less Than 2 Months”

  1. Russ, the warmers have most recently been claiming that breaking hot and cold records is another confirmation of earth heading toward AGW. Can you post something that explains from what orifice that conclusion is pulled?

  2. I can’t tell you which Orifice that idea is pulled from, but it works something like this. Warming changes or stops the ocean currents so warm water no longer reaches the polar regions. This causes the polar regions to become colder while everything else get warmer. The problem with this idea? Look at the map and you will see the cold weather extends almost to the southern US boarder. There is very little left to get warmer than normal.
    I was in Nebraska the 1st to the 4th this month and I saw rain, hail, sleet and snow over a period of 24 hours. After that I froze my back side off sitting in our sales trailer with a arctic wind blowing in. Even the locals said the weather was strange for that time of the year. The only good thing about it was we sold many pairs of shooting gloves and almost ran out of them.

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