Warmists: Warm, Pleasant Weather Is Ominous Or Something

During the recent bitter cold, the Cult of Climastrology was saying it was all about ‘climate change’. It totally validated their talking points that greenhouse gases were changing the atmosphere! But, now we have some warm weather, so

Extreme February temperatures on East Coast raise question about climate change

Summer came early to New York City on Wednesday, as temperatures soared to a record 76°F — more than 30 degrees warmer than the average February high. Up and down the the East Coast, from Atlanta to Baltimore to Cleveland to Boston, an unusual warm spell broke temperature records.

While everyone enjoys T-shirt weather in February, this week’s mild weather is an ominous sign of global climate change. When heat makes history, it tends to bear a human fingerprint.

Carbon pollution from cars, trucks, factories, farms, and power plants is trapping heat, driving up temperatures around the world. The result is more days of extreme heat and fewer days of extreme cold. Over the last year, the continental United States saw more than twice as many record highs as record lows.

Good thing Warmists have all given up their fossil fueled vehicles and are now off the grid using solar panels, right?

Consistent with climate change, the warm weather back east proved more anomalous than the cool weather out west. Rising temperatures around the world mean that when it’s cold, it’s cold, but when it’s hot, it’s really hot.

Interestingly, here in Raleigh, we’ve only had one or two hundred degree days over the past 3-4 years, when we usually get 5 on average. But, hey, when it’s really cold, it’s also due to you driving a fossil fueled vehicle.

This whole thing is the very hallmark of a cult.

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One Response to “Warmists: Warm, Pleasant Weather Is Ominous Or Something”

  1. Dana says:

    ‘Tis a rainy day down on the farm here in the Bluegrass State, and we have received more rain than normal for this time of year. The river bordering my property is up, and my fields are saturated, but my home is in no danger of flooding.

    The average high for this time of year is 48ºF; it’s 63º outside right now, and we hit 80º yesterday. ‘Twas pleasant wearing my flips yesterday!

    If this is global warming climate change, I’m told by those who believe themselves to be smarter than the rest of us that I should hate it, but when the heater hasn’t been running for the past week, in the last half of February, it’s kind of difficult to be upset.

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