That Cold Snap You’re Feeling Today? It’s Because You Ate A Burger And Drove A Fossil Fueled Vehicle

This is all your fault. If only you’d give up meat and fossil fuels, take 2 minute showers, only use 2 sheets of TP, hand wash your clothes and line dry them, along with giving your money and freedom to government, this wouldn’t happen

‘Very unusual’: Arctic air set to hit Eastern US with record-low temperatures for May

A cold spell is set to hit the Eastern U.S. in the upcoming days, bringing along record-low temperatures and frost and snowfall to some Northeast states.

Abnormally frigid temperatures for May will be brought down from the Arctic following a much warmer-than-normal January through March this year.

Temperatures will be especially extreme to the east of the Rockies and over the Great Lakes and Northeast, as temperatures over the weekend could drop 20 to 25 degrees Fahrenheit below normal highs.

The expected blast of frigid air in May is “one of the coldest modified polar air masses on record so late in the season,” according to Michael Palmer, a meteorologist at the Weather Company.

The frigid air traveling in from the Arctic is likely related to the breaking up of the spring polar vortex, a low-pressure expanse of cold air that sits in polar regions. When the vortex breaks, cold air escapes along the jet stream and brings low temperatures to the U.S.

You know what’s to blame, right?

Emerging research posits a link between the warming Arctic and more extreme weather in the middle latitudes, as scientists debate whether as the Arctic warms up faster than the middle latitudes of the Earth, it can cause displacement of the region’s cold air to the south. Periods of a weaker polar vortex in the winter months have increased over the past 37 years, according to a 2018 study.

Extreme weather is code for anthropogenic climate change.

“The cold is very unusual,” said Ryan Maue, a meteorologist at BAM Weather.

“It is difficult to pinpoint the cause-and-effect or correlation-causation with extreme weather events and climate change,” he said. “But changes in the behavior of the jet stream are becoming more accepted by scientists looking for physical reasoning behind what we are seeing on weather maps.”

Maue called the extended cold period a “climate change triple whammy” as the drop in temperatures will limit agricultural production, keep people inside with central heating and provide a more favorable outside environment for the coronavirus spread.

I bet you had a double cheeseburger last week, didn’t you? And ate it with the engine running in your fossil fueled vehicle, right?

“This is not just some random one-off weather event but an obvious trend toward hyper-extreme atmospheric circulations outside the normal bounds of what we typically experience in May,” Maue said. “It’s not always hotter and dryer with rapid climate change, but also colder and wetter.”

Snow is also expected to fall in parts of interior New England over the weekend, with some residents of Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, northern Vermont and parts of Maine already reporting snowfall.

See? Heat trapping greenhouse gases make it so hot that it gets cold, wet, and dry! Nope, definitely not a cult.

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7 Responses to “That Cold Snap You’re Feeling Today? It’s Because You Ate A Burger And Drove A Fossil Fueled Vehicle”

  1. KlemDadidlehopper says:

    Those people killing your family and taking everything you got are the people starving to death because we listened to the STUPIDITY of the AGW crowd.

    I am all for getting rid of pollution and going green where possible. I am not for starving to death and starting global war because of hunger over FAKES MODELS put together by CHINA BOTS working to undermine the WEST and handing the world to CHINA ON A SILVER PLATTER.

  2. Dana says:

    Well, we do have a clothesline! How many carbon credits would you like to buy from me?

  3. Dana says:

    Our esteemed host wrote:

    I bet you had a double cheeseburger last week, didn’t you? And ate it with the engine running in your fossil fueled vehicle, right?

    No, but it points out the obvious: with the sheeple being banned from indoor dining, they are waiting for their meals at drive up windows . . . in lines with their engines running.

  4. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Teach doesn’t even try to understand science, since it’s easier to criticize.

    Marge: “Homer, it’s easy to criticize!”

    Homer: “Fun too!”

    Global warming makes cold!, cries Teach. Cult.

    https://www.climate.gov/news-features/blogs/enso/polar-vortex-going-make-you-put-sweater-be-afraid-be-very-afraid

    • Kye says:

      “Teach doesn’t even try to understand science, since it’s easier to criticize.”

      Glow ball warming isn’t science so what’s your point?

    • formwiz says:

      Teach doesn’t even try to understand science.

      Pot.
      Kettle.

      you know the drill.

  5. Jl says:

    Speaking of alarmists not understanding science, the cult doesn’t realize (or wants to forget), that the polar vortex situation was blamed on global cooling in the 70s. Same phenomenon happing back then with lower CO2. https://realclimatescience.com/2019/01/new-york-times-blames-the-polar-vortex-on-global-warming-and-melting-arctic-ice/

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