Brrrrrr! It’s Cold Out. Where’s My Global Warming?

Let’s see: for the better part of the year since the end of August, the Raleigh area has had temperatures at or below normal, in some cases 5, 10, 15, even 20 degrees below average. The next 10 days look to be at or below the average. We actually had tiny snow showers the other day, and have a potential for that Friday morning. Brrrrrr!

The problem is not in finding these stories, but knowing when to stop posting them.

Of course, the AGW Climahysterics will tell us this is “just weather.” Just remember that when they start down their Chicken Little paths over a few days of warm temps.

Oh, since I have the program up at the moment, the record high for Raleigh for November 20 is 79F. In 1942.

More: More from WRAL in Raleigh

Record lows will be possible on Saturday, the day of the Raleigh Christmas parade. The morning will start out in the low 20s and get into the 30s during the parade.

“I’m looking; I’m trying to find us a warmer day, but it’s nowhere to be found,” Gardner said.

The winter is supposed to be wetter and colder, too.

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5 Responses to “Brrrrrr! It’s Cold Out. Where’s My Global Warming?”

  1. Maggie Mama says:

    You must keep posting on this until we hear — from the floor of The Senate — some Democrat utter the words: “Global warming is NOT.”

    OK, Teach?

  2. manbearpig says:

    how can that be? JR keeps saying this year will be in the top 10% warmest ever (in 4.5 billion years).

  3. John Ryan says:

    Untrue ManBearPig !! I have said that I predict that it will be amongst the 10% warmest in the history of recorded temperatures which is about the last 115 years. What the temp was 1 billion years ago has little relevance to life on earth as we now know it. What the whether will be like in 10,000 years in the future is to me equally as unimportant. What the temps will be in the next 100 years, that I consider important.
    The last full year that we have records for is 2007 was the 10th warmest ever recorded for the United States and the fifth warmest for global surface temps. The links that I provide are always to the official US government agencies, not to some “scientist” or “expert” or whomever else can be found that holds a contrarian view.
    The holocaust DENIED
    9/11 DEBIED
    Global climate change DENIED
    Evolution DENIED
    is there a patern there ?????

  4. Scrapiron says:

    A new low tempature record was set not far (Bristol Tn) from Algorabge’s digs. More predicted in the next few days.

  5. I’ll keep doing this, Maggie, but, we all know that it is just a way for Dems to control 😀

    Once they get done cooking the books, MBP, it will look like the temps during the time the Earth formed.

    I’ll have to take a look at the temp data for Al’s house, Scrapiron

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