CO2 Induced Cold To Keep Summer On Hold

The Winter That Wasn’t continues in England

(UK Daily Mail) Summer has been put on hold as chilly air brought snow to parts of Britain today at a time of year when the country is normally enjoying strong spring sunshine.

After a warm and sunny weekend, some areas of the country have seen snow flurries, while other parts have seen floods return after another night of heavy rain.

Cold northerly winds brought in wintry showers to higher ground, including the Pennines, Shropshire, parts of Wales and Scotland.

And forecasters fear that the cold spell could last well into June.

In fact, the “record setting warmth” was, as this article points out, mostly confined to America and western Europe over the winter months. In eastern Europe and much of the rest of the world, it was cold. Australia saw snow over their summer. Eastern Europe saw huge and deadly snowfalls. Alaska saw record snows. Must be because someone (else) drove an SUV.

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4 Responses to “CO2 Induced Cold To Keep Summer On Hold”

  1. Gumball_Brains says:

    CO2 Induced Cold To Keep Summer On Hold

    But, that WAS predicted by the Global Warming Changing Destruction Activism Models.

  2. Kevin says:

    “In fact, the “record setting warmth” was … mostly confined to America…”

    This was, by far, the best winter I’ve ever experienced. Someone needs to tell us how to make it happen again. I’m leaving all of the lights on and idling my engine just in case that’s the ticket.

  3. Trish says:

    KEVIN!!!!!!!! GUMBALL!!!!!!

  4. Gumball_Brains says:

    This was, by far, the best winter I’ve ever experienced. Someone needs to tell us how to make it happen again.

    Are you nutz? I would die from AGW to have some of those AGW-cold-induced winters again. Every time we have a surprise AGW-warm spell come out of the blue, the insects, critters, and more importantly, the spiders, all get a chance to live through the winter season and propagate further come the AGW-spring.

    It was 2009, I remember it well. A very hot above normal summer from what we were told, and the spiders that were not able to flee, had taken up root all along the eaves and porches of our once AGW-free homes.

    Then came the AGW-induced blizzardzzz of 2009 and 2010. Two very bad years for AGW-induced warming. Those following AGW-summers were very mild and fairly bug free.

    I guess the moral of the story is… I guess these AGW-prognosticators are correct in that the small moving “insects” just can’t escape AGW-blizzardzzz causing a AGW-bug free summer.

    I for one, like spider-free AGW-summers.

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