Climate Change Snow Discussed As “Weird Weather”

The Cult Of Climastrology at its finest

Weird weather discussed at Delaware Valley College

Last Friday’s snowfall could be a harbinger of climate change.

“It’s weird to have 6 inches of snow on the first day of spring,” Michelle Grossman, a meteorologist at NBC10, told about 80 people at an informal talk on “Climate Change and (Weird) Weather” on Sunday at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown Township.

While spring snows have happened before, they could become more frequent in the future as climate change upends traditional weather patterns, according to Grossman, a Penn State graduate who has been forecasting at the Philadelphia TV station since 2008.

It’s weird to blame cold and snow on warmth.

Anyhow, it’s happened before, but, somehow, a warming world will create more cold and snow in the spring? Cult.

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One Response to “Climate Change Snow Discussed As “Weird Weather””

  1. John says:

    Teach we so far are seeing temps that mayake 2015 the hottest year ever
    Most of the United States is having an exceptionally warm year
    CA. Got a record lie snowfall this year and snow provides most of that states water
    The climate truthers have just about given up hope of having a cold year on anet earth but. Of course as reported here 2012 was supposed to be the start of global cooling

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