It's COLD out there! Nearly 1000 Record Low Temperatures Set!

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posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 12:38 PM
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Well, this winter looks like it might just be a real one for a change. It's been so many years since I've seen a real winter, per say, I forget what it looks like to have many inches of snow, regularly, throughout the season ..and not just a freak storm now and then. However, it looks like that may change if the opening round is any indication...

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Quick! Someone turn up the Heater!! It's COLD out there!!
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posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 12:54 PM
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this photo (Wolf Creek Pass) was taken 20 minutes ago...

Right now it's 32 with a thick freezing fog here in Cortez CO.
not that anyone in my part of the world seems to mind, we're used to the cold and snow...
but this freezing fog... Now that's not something we normally get here...



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 12:57 PM
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Seems that mother nature is not cooperating with the climate porn crowds ...yep we are going to have a winter in the north ...might get lucky if the gulf stream pushes the warm off the water before heading over to Europe ..



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 01:01 PM
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That cold blast down here was positively refreshing! I hope it's a long, cold winter. Wait, that sounds like I'm hoping for other people's frozen, snowy misery. What I mean to say is I hope it's a chilly one for us in Florida. Most of the year is an insufferable sauna down here, I'll gladly take many more days in the 50's as a reward for being in a state of perma-sweating the majority of the year



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 01:02 PM
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Obviously a result of global smarming.

Blame BUSH The O, obviously.

It is interesting. We've had a seeming extra abundance of rain in the high desert. I don't know that any of the reservoirs are filled yet, however. We've been down so low for so long.

We'll still take all the moisture we can get. And a minimum of below freezing would still be nice. LOL. Evidently not on tap for our lows this week, though.



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 01:05 PM
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the2ofusr1
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Seems that mother nature is not cooperating with the climate porn crowds ...


Interestingly enough when it was unseasonably hot a few years ago the anti-climate change crowd said, "Hey, you've got to look at the "mean" temperatures." So this one season disproves that? God I love political logic. Suits them when it suits them. @@
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posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 01:07 PM
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It's normal here. Up here in God's country when it is warm in the end of November, it is abnormal. I like sharing the cold and the snow with others. They need to enjoy November shoveling and winter sports just like we do. I'm not greedy.



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 01:09 PM
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the2ofusr1
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Seems that mother nature is not cooperating with the climate porn crowds ...


Interestingly enough when it was unseasonably hot a few years ago the anti-climate change crowd said, "Hey, you've got to look at the "mean" temperatures." So this one season disproves that? God I love political logic. Suits them when it suits them. @@
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lol... its called "logic for the masses"... which tend to be forgotten after 3-4 days. I call it the "gold fish syndrome" and it affects society as a whole when it behaves like a herd - hits them hard, they do a lot of noise, but it tens to go away as fast as it came.



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 01:19 PM
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Some October highlights:


- The average temperature for the contiguous United States during October was 53.6°F, 0.6°F below the 20thcentury average, making it the 37th coolest October on record.

- Below-average temperatures dominated west of the Mississippi River. Oregon had its 11th coolest October, with a monthly temperature of 46.3°F, 3.0°F below average. No state had October temperatures that ranked among the ten coolest.

- Above-average temperatures were observed across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Delaware tied its tenth warmest October with a monthly temperature 3.5°F above average. Near-average temperatures were reported across much of the Midwest and the Southeast.

- The Alaska statewide average temperature during October was 8.8°F above the 1971-2000 average marking its warmest October on record in the 95-year period of record. The previous record warm October occurred in 1925, when the temperature was 7.7°F above average. Locally, the Fairbanks average October temperature of 36.1°F was 11.9°F above normal. In addition to the above-average temperatures, many low elevation locations received much-below-average snowfall.


Source - NOAA

November data should be available by Monday I'd imagine. Climate change deniers should understand that climatologists refer to mean global temperatures when they talk about warming.

On a personal note, it's usually about this time of the year that I turn to my wife and ask her why the hell we still live in the northeast. Shoveling snow is right up there with going to the dentist on my list of fun things to do in the morning.
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posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 01:29 PM
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theantediluvian
On a personal note, it's usually about this time of the year that I turn to my wife and ask her why the hell we still live in the northeast. Shoveling snow is right up there with going to the dentist on my list of fun things to do in the morning.


You should go live in the mid west...

Shoveling AND dentists wouldn't be in your day lists!



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 01:38 PM
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Unseasonably warm here in Wyoming...
Just headed out again without a heavy jacket, totally unlike Winters in the past. Usually, I'm cooped-up tight this time of year because it's sooo darn cold and windy outside.
Looks like we sent our normally miserable weather South-East.



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 01:41 PM
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Nyiah
That cold blast down here was positively refreshing! I hope it's a long, cold winter. Wait, that sounds like I'm hoping for other people's frozen, snowy misery. What I mean to say is I hope it's a chilly one for us in Florida. Most of the year is an insufferable sauna down here, I'll gladly take many more days in the 50's as a reward for being in a state of perma-sweating the majority of the year


As a Scottish man.....What is this strange land you talk off ?



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 01:53 PM
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I am 60 and have seen warm to hot summers and cool to cold winters ..this year fits into what I have been experiencing for most of my life .I dont know if I could be labeled a anti-climate person or a denyer of climate ..its all weather to me ...weather it's cool cold or hot outside ..



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 01:59 PM
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GreyGoo

Nyiah
That cold blast down here was positively refreshing! I hope it's a long, cold winter. Wait, that sounds like I'm hoping for other people's frozen, snowy misery. What I mean to say is I hope it's a chilly one for us in Florida. Most of the year is an insufferable sauna down here, I'll gladly take many more days in the 50's as a reward for being in a state of perma-sweating the majority of the year


As a Scottish man.....What is this strange land you talk off ?

Winter in the penis-shaped state otherwise known as Florida is typically warm, in the 70's (21*C - 26*C) That's probably pretty toasty to you Scots, eh? It does get chilly, I swear. One or two days a year, anyway. Our Thanksgiving cold snap here in the Tampa area I believe maxed out at 56*F/13*C for the high temperature, the morning low was about 39*F/4*C. Normally, our coldest month is January, with highs in the 60's (15*C - 20*C) And back in 1989 it really DID get cold enough to snow this far south (actually, as far south as 50 miles further than here. A light dusting, but it was snow, I watched it accumulate on roofs
Our spring & summer high temps are typically between 85*F & 95*F (29*C to 35*C) 10 months of that crap, and a few of us welcome seeing our breath hang in the air on exhale.

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posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 02:16 PM
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The temperatures here in South Carolina are jumping up and down like a rabbit. I hope we don't get any record chills though. I don't like being cold.



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 02:47 PM
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It seems hell is finally freezing over



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 03:25 PM
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If normal weather is so rare it's thread worthy...
You might be experiencing climate change.




posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 04:06 PM
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Kali74
If normal weather is so rare it's thread worthy...
You might be experiencing climate change.



Yeah.
I remember looking at the news and seeing the 'EXTREME' weather map showing oranges and reds where it was 75 and 80 degrees in the summer.

I think definitions have changed a lot more than the climate has.



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 04:17 PM
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I think definitions have changed a lot more than the climate has.


Of course you do.
It's quite possible sir, that you prove mind over matter.



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 06:24 PM
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That would be global warming.....
Oh wait a minute.

It cant be climate change, we have had climate change since the earth came into existence, long before "life" let alone humans.

I remember that in the 60's we were entering a mini "Ice Age".

One thing you can rely on the meteorologists for.... A tendency to exaggerate.
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