Climate???

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    • #369352
      jwirr
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      Two days ago we here in NE MN got a few snow flakes. Today we got even more. Too early – we are not even at Halloween yet.

      jwirr

    • #369361
      elias39
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      We’ll get ours soon enough in New Hampshire.

    • #369374
      HassleCat
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      Even if the earth gets warmer, it doesn’t mean the weather at your house will seem warmer. You will notice wider swings, bigger weather events like wind and rain. Temperature changes may swing wider and faster, with July snow flakes and January sunbathing weather.

    • #369375
      Cold Mountain Trail
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      I’m wondering what kind of a winter this is going to be on the west coast. the animals are behaving unusually (so far as i can recall)

    • #369385
      So Far From Heaven
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      Not so, batman. Worse than ever. As this graph shows:

      At approx 450 ppm the real fun begins.

    • #369393
      Punxsutawney
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      My community in NW Oregon has had one day this month with below average temps, by 1 degree, the smallest amount possible. This is typical of the entire West Coast. And of course, everyone looks to be below average for rain this month for the entire West Coast.

      In America, “Liberty” means “Free to Die in Service of Capital” - Amfortas the hippie.

      Most of today’s elites have the moral and social reasoning capacities of spoiled toddlers.

      “People of privilege will always risk their complete destruction rather than surrender any material part of their advantage...but the privileged also feel that their privileges, however egregious they may seem to others, are a solemn, basic, God-right. The sensitivity of the poor to injustice is a trivial thing c

    • #369462
      jwirr
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      Thank all of you for your comments. The only real trouble with this in our area is that the temps have already killed our gardens and we have already turned up the heat. It will be an expensive winter if this continues. And as some of you pointed out it could be worse.

      jwirr

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