What are you talking about, February just started...here in Indiana it was 59 degrees yesterday starting on the 1st. Today high is going to be around
the same and then on for the entire week. It's heating up here in USA
In Romania is emergency code (polar freeze) in the days that will come , but the officials don`t tell enything to population , they afraid of panic !!
what is going one ???? everybody is joking but the things are very "blue" !!!
Well it is interesting to see this thread on the same Fragile Earth main page. I read we were entering a solar minimum last year and now we hear of
increased solar activity. No one really knows what will happen weather wise. Weather forecasters have a great job. They guess and BS most of the time
to suit their own agendas.
Let's not jump to conclusions about the cold weather. Here on the East coast yesterday near Philly, it was almost tropical (65 degrees) and my
gardens are budding. But I know it's just a tease. After all it is still winter in the northern hemisphere.
I'm almost 26 and this is the warmest winter I've ever experienced. It was 60F in Pittsburgh yesterday. Never seen anything like it. I hear the
cold is being trapped in the Canadian north and Alaska, so they're going out of their minds with cold. -80F in Alaska!!!!!!
I live in Texas, it's our winter. We had a full week of warmer temperatures. Just the other day, the highest it reached was 72 degrees and the lowest
at night was around 40. It's warmer than it should be here, so I would say no, to your question.
It's been 60 + here in southern Kansas for over a month now, no winter for us.... We have a chance of sever storms tonight into tomorrow too, and its
still over a month until severe season starts. It may be climate change, but not toward an Ice Age...atleast not here lol.
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