"It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong." Richard P. Feynman

Sunday, December 15, 2013

And it is not officially winter yet.

A jogger runs on a snowy sidewalk in Evanston, Ill. on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013. Snow continued to fall over the Chicago area into northwest Indiana. Photo: Nam Y. Huh, AP / AP
Hardy Illinois Jogger
In the US there is  a harbinger of another freezing winter  with icy weather widespread at the end of   fall.
While the official start to winter is still days away, Dec. 21, 2013, the cold, icy and snowy weather across most of the United States would indicate otherwise.
A series of storms this fall blanketed parts of the Northeast and Midwest in snow, ice-covered areas and knocked out power to thousands from Texas to Kentucky and bitter cold froze parts of the northern Plains.
Snow totals in some areas have already surpassed last season's totals. Philadelphia has already received 10.8 inches of snow this fall, 8.6 inches of that snow from last weekend's snowstorm. This means the city has received 2.5 inches of additional snow so far this season compared to all of last winter.
Of course the twits from the AGW twittery will claim that this is just another manifestation of global warming 
Meanwhile in Connecticut it is too cold to salt the roads as even the brine will freeze. A huge snow and ice storm is heading for the North East of the US and could bring 8 inches of snow to New York. 
Across the Atlantic Israel is suffering from the worst snowstorm in five decades and Cairo has had it's first snow in 112 years. 
Jerusalem highway

With global temperatures in decline for the past few years, Arctic ice recovery  and these horrendous NH winters , a perfect storm is now battering global warming alarmism.

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