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posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 08:42 PM
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On a good note tho, lots of birds to choose from.




posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 08:48 PM
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Just got back from a snowboarding trip in Hokkaido. Dumping about 3 foot of snow every day. Amazing powder.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 08:50 PM
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Grab you a shotgun and say hello to the geese.lol...bagged a few already this winter.(my apologize to those this offends,but ducks/geese taste good.!lol)



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 08:53 PM
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weather.com's 10 day forecast says different...upper 40's - 60's next 10 days. Sunny and mild. It will be near 60 tues and wed.
))) not complanin' I cannot WAIT until Spring.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 08:58 PM
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We hovered around 12 -14 Celsius here in BC Canada last week. (53-56) for you yanks. That is shorts and hoodie weather here. haha.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:00 PM
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NOBODY UNDERSTANDS THE BIG PICTURE......... !!!
The entire chemtrail program is specifically designed to CREATE GLOBAL WARMING. Whether it be a volcanic ash cloud or metallic poison sprayed by the United States. Anything suspended in the upper atmosphere will RETAIN HEAT !!!!!!! Solar radiation passes right through ash clouds and poisons sprayed. Radiation passes through anything BUT 3 foot thick concrete and lead. The chemtrail program is designed to temporarily create a warming effect so the globalist scumbags can get their carbon tax agenda passed. They will stop at nothing to enslave the world and carbon taxes is how they will do it. it will start first with corporations then eventually because it's carbon dioxide you will be taxed to breath. BELIEVE IT. Total enslavement. But the Idiots throughout our population fall for this bull. They seem to forget at carbon dioxide is needed by plants to grow and thrive. If you Reduce carbon dioxide to near zero levels ALL PLANT LIFE DIES. If all plant life dies there is NO OXYGEN. Doesn't anyone see what is going on here ? They want to enslave the planet and what better way to do it then tax you for breathing carbon dioxide ? WAKE UP SHEEPLE. .



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:00 PM
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Yeah, I don't ever remember seeing Canadian geese here in January.
Two days ago, I also had a robin at the water bowl I have for the birds.....can't remember ever seeing that before....and I'm over 50.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:03 PM
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Im from SE Michigan also. It sucks for me because I usually do some snow removal to make up for the low hours at my normal job. I heard that a temperature drop and some snow is coming in the next week or so. Keeping my fingers crossed.







O, its because of HAARP



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:05 PM
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Socal? It was actually quite hot last week on Wed and Thurs. Annoyingly hot. And it is still unseasonably warm during the days. It actually became overcast yesterday morning but it burned off by noon.

Everything thinks it's spring. There are at least 18 inches of new growth on the liquid amber trees and my cat is shedding in chunks. Yes it's weird.

So it heats up very nicely during the day and it is very cold at night; in fact, tonight feels like it may get cold enough to freeze the citrus.

And there is a full moon. I think Jim Berkland over at Syzygy* might call it a perfect storm for a nice earthquake. But of course I would say that.

Crazy and gettin' crazier; the weather that is.



*www.syzygyjob.com...
edit on 8-1-2012 by Frater210 because: .



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:05 PM
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South-eastern Iowa here and impatiently waiting for snow!



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:07 PM
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Originally posted by DontTreadOnMe
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Yeah, I don't ever remember seeing Canadian geese here in January.
Two days ago, I also had a robin at the water bowl I have for the birds.....can't remember ever seeing that before....and I'm over 50.



That is really really strange I have lived in Michigan a long time also and have never seen a Robin this time of year. Earliest I have seen a Robin is March if the weather was warm, very interesting.

Have you also noticed the brighter sun?



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:08 PM
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Less than 1 inch of snow has fallen here in the Chicago area since early 2011. The independent snowplow contractors are staying glued to the long-range forecasts, but no measurable snow is predicted over the next 15 days. The crazy thing is that our state (Illinois) is flat-broke with a huge deficit, yet the $30per hour snow and salt truck employees have been out whenever even a trace of snow is predicted. They were driving three across, holding up traffic on the highway last week spreading salt, but there was no snow. Gotta love the crooked Illinois government...NOT!

-cwm
edit on 8-1-2012 by carewemust because: added a word.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:09 PM
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Yes, the weather has been crazy. How quickly people forget this, though:




www.nytimes.com...



It was a storm of record consequence, disrupting large swaths of the Northeast in ways large and small: towns were buried in dense snowfalls, closing down streets, schools and even, in some cases, Halloween celebrations.



In Central Park, Snow That Collected on Still-Leafy Branches Fells Even Hardy Trees (October 31, 2011)



By the time the great snowstorm of October 2011 finally ended early Sunday, more than three million customers would find themselves without power and with the prospect of enduring several more days without it. In many communities, the storm had a far greater impact on daily life than did Tropical Storm Irene.

People emptied stores of generators and chain saws and flocked to town halls to charge phones on emergency power. The chilled and the hungry drove miles looking for a cup of coffee, or for barbecued meat inexorably defrosting in powerless freezers. In Worcester, Mass., a wedding with cranberry dresses and flowers the colors of fall foliage ended up soggy and white. In Glen Rock, N.J., orderly suburban blocks became a maze, with fallen branches draped across nearly every street.

At least nine deaths were attributed to the storm, including that of a 20-year-old man electrocuted by a downed power line in Springfield, Mass.

Communities in New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire expected schools to remain closed for several days as they cleaned up downed electrical wires and fallen branches. And in Central Park, as many as 1,000 trees may be lost — eight times the damage suffered after Tropical Storm Irene.

But in the most telling sign of how the snow had turned seasons topsy-turvy — throwing an icy and sometimes lethal blanket over trees whose leaves were often still green — the storm threatened to obliterate Halloween.

In Hollis, N.H., officials held an urgent meeting at the town hall, where, unlike at their homes, there was heat, hot water and flushing toilets. The emergency management director, Don McCoy, gave them the bad news: He was canceling Halloween until next year.




posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:12 PM
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i live in richmond, virginia and i was walking around outside today in a tshirt. it's been really warm lately, and flip flopping between warm and cool days all winter.

although, last week i was snowboarding at snowshoe west virginia and there was a storm that put down 8 inches of snow,,i saw on the news that the same storm made a whiteout in tennessee and caused a 41 car pile-up.

generally warm weather but still creating snow storms? weird



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:12 PM
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Here in Central Illinois Two days ago it hit 59 degrees according to my outdoor gauge.
I suited up and took my Road bike out for for a 15 mile ride just to make the muscles scream. In January?
Very very odd.
Everyone has been talking about how wonderful the weather is.
I think it stinks. It's not natural. And to that end I hold no illusion that something is definitely amiss. Sure I enjoyed my ride, but I know beyond a doubt this is not a normal phenomena.
I do believe we got trouble. I am almost 62 now and I have never, ever seen anything like this past year, and now this January.
DH



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:15 PM
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in alberta here , above montana, we've had an unusually warm winter. maybe a foot of snow early,nov dec but nothing since. it is 8 c at 8pm this evening. thats 46 f on a winters nite in canada???



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:17 PM
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NOBODY UNDERSTANDS THE BIG PICTURE......... !!!
The entire chemtrail program is specifically designed to CREATE GLOBAL WARMING. Whether it be a volcanic ash cloud or metallic poison sprayed by the United States. Anything suspended in the upper atmosphere will RETAIN HEAT !!!!!!! Solar radiation passes right through ash clouds and poisons sprayed. Radiation passes through anything BUT 3 foot thick concrete and lead. The chemtrail program is designed to temporarily create a warming effect so the globalist scumbags can get their carbon tax agenda passed. They will stop at nothing to enslave the world and carbon taxes is how they will do it. it will start first with corporations then eventually because it's carbon dioxide you will be taxed to breath. BELIEVE IT. Total enslavement. But the Idiots throughout our population fall for this bull. They seem to forget at carbon dioxide is needed by plants to grow and thrive. If you Reduce carbon dioxide to near zero levels ALL PLANT LIFE DIES. If all plant life dies there is NO OXYGEN. Doesn't anyone see what is going on here ? They want to enslave the planet and what better way to do it then tax you for breathing carbon dioxide ? WAKE UP SHEEPLE. .



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:20 PM
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You beat me to this thread! I'm in Indiana by Chicago (Crown Point). It is so nice outside, and the 15 day looks awesome! My wife and I were at TGIF the other day and saw a honey bee on our car, I gave it my gum-hopefully he's doing good...

I also had a mouse climbing on my house last night, and have seen many mosquitos in my garage. I have seen a bunch of flies too.

I hope this keeps up, then again it is pretty scary that winter never came. You can keep the lake effect if it does come, I loved here 6 years ago, and I have never seen so much snow in my life. Every time the wind blows off the lake it snows whether or not it's sunny outside.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:21 PM
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We went Ice Skating yesterday, and a bunch of people were in t-shirts!



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:28 PM
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I've been asking the same question.

Sure, here in So Cal our winters are mild compared to other locales, but last year we had at least two or three weeks of rain by now, and it would be in the upper 30's when I would leave for work in the morn.

Thus far, we have not had any rain, which poses a big problem when fire season rolls around.

I'm able to walk outside in shorts and a t-shirt, and its supposed to be the dead of winter. Not trying to complain, but we have definitely had some odd weather patterns.

However, this has been chronicled throughout history, so I dont believe this is the result of human behavior. Who knows?





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