We're on the opposite end of the spectrum.
January was pretty brutal. Our average temperature was 7F (-13C).
Which is 5 degrees lower than normal.
Yesterday was a very warm 15F. Saturday, if the sun comes out, it
might hit 32F (0C), which will be the only day in
January at or above freezing.
On Jan 29, 2009, at 7:25 AM, Eric Erickson wrote:
> Rick Lindsay wrote:
>> Dang, I just hate global warming. :-P
>> Phil Bates <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> I live in Idaho Falls, Idaho. It's been a cold and
>>> snowy winter. As a matter of fact, yesterday, we had a
>>> record low of 29 below zero (farenheit).
> Well try this on for size. Yesterday we broke a 70 year record high
> temperature 45.1 degrees Celsius (113.18 F) and today it was just a
> couple of degrees cooler.
> Right now it is 11:40pm and the temperature is 34.1 degrees (93.38
> degrees Fahrenheit) and my aircon is barely working.
> The double brick house is retaining heat after three days of massive
> temperatures and the forecast for the coming week is for nothing
> under 100F and back up to 110 degrees by the end of next week (some
> suggest a potential "cool" change down to 96 degrees Farenheit over
> the weekend, but we aren't counting on that).
> Can you imagine the temperature is all we are thinking about at the
> Global warming? Climate change is stealing all of our water, too!
> No... go drive your bloody cars in the bloody snow and enjoy!
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