>So Much for Global Warming


Record Snow fall and cold weather hit many parts of the United States

Las Vegas Copes With Rare Snowfall

The storm left 3.6 inches at McCarran International Airport. It was biggest December snowfall on record here, and the worst for any month since a 7 1/2 -inch accumulation in January 1979.


The Texas Panhandle had lows in the single digits, and Goodland, Kan., registered a record low of minus 10.


Record lows Monday included minus 19 in Denver, where the previous Dec. 15 record of minus 6 was set in 1951


Monday’s 19-degree low temperature at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport was the coldest for the date in 60 years, the National Weather Service said.

Oklahoma City

Monday was the coldest Dec. 15 ever in Oklahoma City, with the previous coldest high for the date, 19 degrees, having been recorded in 1901.

Southern California

“It’s going to be cold,” said National Weather Service specialist Stuart Seto, who predicted light snow for Southern California foothills as low as 1,500 feet Tuesday. “That’s unusual this time of year. That’s more common in a late January storm.”

God even made it snow in Tennessee.


Dozens of schools closed in Kentucky, Arkansas and Tennessee

Winter weather systems have threatened Middle Tennessee twice in the past week, which begs the question: What does happen if a big snowstorm or ice storm hits?

Thursday’s storm was the first time measurable snow has fallen in the area in December since 2000.

Will Al Gore be asked to return his Nobel Prize?

“Warming is ‘greatest challenge’ ever.” Al Gore

Greatest challenge ever? Hardly Mr. Gore, but dealing with the many frauds prevalent today, global warming being one of them, and the alleged holocaust another, rank right up there.

For a complete debunking of the Man Made Global Warming scam, see U. S. Senate Minority Report where More Than 650 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims

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