Schoolkids Won’t Know What Outside Looks Like

Won’t someone think of the kids?

The combination of heavy snow and fast-whipping winds caused most people to simply not brave the conditions and take to the roads in Dodge County.

It’s so terrible, kids in Wisconsin can’t go outside!

Elsewhere, I-70 is closed, and drivers in Iowa and Nebraska were warned to just stay home.

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5 Responses to “Schoolkids Won’t Know What Outside Looks Like”

  1. john says:

    Yesterday 2 all time USA coldest temps were broken according to NOAA.

  2. john says:

    Yesterday Dec 19 all time high temp records in the USA were broken 58 times according to NOAA

  3. And neither proves anthropogenic causation.

  4. Anne says:

    When we were little kids and even teenagers, my siblings and I and our playmates would have LOVED to have been out playing in those conditions.

  5. Gumball_Brains says:

    right on Anne. We had much cooler temps in the 60s-70s. And we had hotter temps during the 30s-40s.

    So, the fact that low records and high records were broken means….?? that we are just seeing a greater range of temps than what we at first experienced in our short 100-150 years of observing temps?

    Hey teach, what is odd about this is that we are getting snow in Winter. According to the official climate priests, we were never to have snow again, nor cold weather.

    Oh, and by the way.. I wonder what caused this latest round of snow and storms?

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