Thursday, December 11, 2008

More on global warming...

A couple of cities that don't typically get snow, at least this early, are getting snow.

Houston is getting snow in early December for the first time in 64 years. Temperatures are warm enough that it didn't stick, but it fell fast enough to enchant people.

New Orleans is getting snow for the first time in four years--well, snow, sleet, and freezing rain. Snow has fallen in New Orleans in measurable amounts only 17 times since 1850.

Anyone want to explain how record early snows and record cool temperatures are connected to global warming? I promise I won't slap you. Hard.


  1. When should you start worrying about the safety of your kid? When the principal sends a note home assuring you of the safety of the school.

  2. Gore's explanations aren't coherent: I think he doesn't understand his own junk science.