I think meteorology and accurate weather forecasting and statistics is still in its infancy.
They have records going back maybe 100 years so how do we really know how weather cycles. I know they can do rings on trees and get core samples of
glaciers, but that can only be so accurate, IMHO.
It's been cooler here in Michigan this summer. Last summer was somewhat warmer, but still off the mark. We've had like one or two 90-degree days,
and none in July or August. I remember last year it was about 90 one day in April.
So much for global warming. I think the theory about a coming ice age will happen first---but even that is not happening soon.
[edit on 25-8-2004 by DontTreadOnMe]