Erie, Pa. Smashes Their Snow Record: Guess What’s To Blame?

So, this happened

(CNN) There’s White Christmas. And then there’s Whiteout Christmas.

Erie, Pennsylvania, experienced the second one Monday when a total of 34 inches of snow fell on Christmas Day, blanketing the city and shattering the city’s previous records for snowfall in a single day.

The snowfall total was more than four times the city’s previous all-time Christmas record of 8.1 inches, and it also broke the record for most snowfall in one day in the city’s history, which was 20 inches on Nov. 22, 1956.

The snow didn’t stop overnight, either.

Erie picked up another 19 inches of snow on Tuesday morning, making for a total ongoing snowfall total of 53 inches. That is the highest two-day snowfall total in the entire state of Pennsylvania, according to the National Weather Service.

Fun

So, of course

That’s enough. You get the idea. It’s just weather, folks. The earth is not doomed from carbon pollution.

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3 Responses to “Erie, Pa. Smashes Their Snow Record: Guess What’s To Blame?”

  1. bob says:

    what an absolute bunch of idiots. Yes climate change happens every year. It’s been happening ever since the earth was created. No it is not because of anything mankind has or is doing. A huge snow storm in the northeast. woo hoo. It’s also hot at the equator. What kind of brain washing does it take to turn adult people into total idiots. Btw, if mankind can cause climate change could we make it Hawaii weather year round. my tan has faded.

    • Jeffery says:

      The Earth is warming based on the mean global surface temperature. In addition, the heat content of the oceans is increasing steadily. As predicted, global warming is causing regional climate changes.

      Deniers such as TEACH have shifted their argument from denying warming altogether to denying the link between greenhouse gases and warming. In a few years, the prediction is that deniers will concede that atmospheric CO2 is causing the Earth to warm but that it will be 1)too late 2)too expensive 3)too inconvenient or 4)too globalist to do anything.

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