Thursday, October 12, 2006

Where's Global Warming When You Need It?

Currently in Cookeville it is windy and 44 degrees outside. In Chicago, it snowed, setting a record for the earliest day of the year to have measurable amount of snow (over 1 ") fall. The previous record was October 19, 1989. That record was reset by 10 days. However, it is still 17 days after the earliest trace of snowfal fell on Sept. 25, 1928.

Now all we need is for Algore to be giving a lecture in Chicago about the threat of global warming.

*Update* My bad, Chicago got 0.3 inches. Still measurable, though.


Thanks for the link!

The Conservative Cat

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