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Oh, Canada.
1 posted on 03/22/2010 10:31:57 PM PDT by cogitator
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Freezing in the US balances it out.


2 posted on 03/22/2010 10:34:00 PM PDT by Tzimisce (No thanks. We have enough government already. - The Tick)
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Meanwhile, Tulsa has become the Yellowknife of the US.


3 posted on 03/22/2010 10:36:41 PM PDT by MediaMole
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Nothing at all to do with global warming. It was just the curse of the Winter Olympics. Whoever hosts the darned thing has the warmest season on record. Check the stats...


5 posted on 03/22/2010 10:57:19 PM PDT by April Lexington (Study the constitution so you know what they are taking away!)
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Winner.


6 posted on 03/22/2010 10:58:47 PM PDT by aliquando (A Scout is T, L, H, F, C, K, O, C, T, B, C, and R.)
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All those drowned polar bears....NOT!


7 posted on 03/22/2010 11:32:30 PM PDT by Post Toasties
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BS. Climategate comes to America.

Canadian thermometers were "taken out and shot"

The mystery of the vanishing weather stations

In Canada the number of stations dropped from 600 to 35 in 2009. The percentage of stations in the lower elevations (below 300 feet) tripled and those at higher elevations above 3000 feet were reduced in half. Canada’s semi-permanent depicted warmth comes from interpolating from more southerly locations to fill northerly vacant grid boxes, even as a pure average of the available stations shows a COOLING. Just 1 thermometer remains for everything north of latitude 65N – that station is Eureka. Eureka according to Wikipedia has been described as “The Garden Spot of the Arctic” .

Related: Every time I start my truck a rose garden dies....
8 posted on 03/23/2010 12:40:01 AM PDT by caveat emptor
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Hey that sounds pretty good. One of the reasons I’ve never considered moving to Canada was their cold temps. The way things are going in the US, if their winter is not much of an issue, it may be worth considering to move up there.


10 posted on 03/23/2010 1:24:02 AM PDT by lquist1
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“It’s like winter was cancelled in this country,” he says.

Do these people ever rest? Its called “El Nino’”. Happens all the time.

Enjoy the break. Your winter will return probably next year.


11 posted on 03/23/2010 3:30:37 AM PDT by Adder (Proudly ignoring Zero since 1-20-09! WTFU!)
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OH geesh, not this sh!t again ...

Fact check time — “and the shrinking Arctic ice, which has thinned and retreated markedly in recent years.” < sigh >


12 posted on 03/23/2010 3:53:32 AM PDT by Blueflag (Res ipsa loquitur)
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Solar maximum will probably be reached in about a couple of years—late 2011 or early 2012. If we don’t see more warmth around then, it might possibly get much colder than usual during the years to come.


13 posted on 03/23/2010 3:54:21 AM PDT by familyop (cbt. engr. (cbt), NG, '89-' 96, Duncan Hunter or no-vote.)
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Here in Wisconsin March has been above average. Which only slightly makes up for a typical very cold winter. We almost set a record for most consecutive days not reaching forty degrees.


14 posted on 03/23/2010 7:44:01 AM PDT by driftless2 (for long term happiness, learn how to play the accordion)
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