Sunday, 30 August 2009
|2007 - Uh, yeah...it's really August?!|
Global warming, my dimpled ass:
Parts of Minn. and Wis. under frost warning
Parts of northeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin are under a late summer frost warning, and residents there should consider protecting their sensitive plants.
The National Weather Service is warning that a cold ridge of high pressure will settle over the border from Sunday night to Monday morning.
The weather service says that will create perfect conditions for a quick drop in the temperature into the mid-30s, and possibly below freezing in spots. The frost warning is set to expire at 7 a.m. Monday.
Personally, I think Minnesotans for Global Warming have it right.
current mood: annoyed
How positively out of date you are.
It's "cwimate change," dontcherknow. If anything awd or stwange happens in the cwimate, it's "cwimate change."
Obviously, chaps who use that aren't familiar with Twain's famous aphorism on New England weather.
And the wettest, coldest, winter out here in at least five years. The dams are over 40% full,a level I don't remember as happening for years. Yet the government has been crying water shortage... It's only today that the actual levels have been published. Ask anyone who knows and they'll say it's been wetter and colder than it has been in a long time.