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I'd like to know when I get to have some of this global warming, since they've been telling me about it my area has been below average on temps most of the time. Today it's so below average it looks like this:


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The problem with global warming is that no one knows its exact effects. Warming may affect one area of the country causing a cool down in another part of the country. Some scientists are saying that the ocean currents in the Atlantic ocean may be affected is such a way as to cause another ice age! Guess you packes away that snow shovel to soon!
 

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Hey,

If you like, I'll put some of this heat wave in a box and send it to you. Its 95+ degrees out there today. Be advised that 50% of the air in the box will be water by the time you open it...

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If you don't beleive global warming is real, just watch the movie "The Day After Tomorrow" Dennis Quaid was right. The currents will stop, the ice age will be upon us in a matter of hours, the sky is falling, AAAARRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!/DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/cry.gif

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Yes, it has, and now it is congregating in the rivers and trying desparately to spread out into streets and basements. I spent a few hours last night at the streets department filling sandbags.

IF YOU EVER HEAR OF A CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS to do this sort of thing... DO IT! Wonderful fun to sit with strangers (and some were pretty strange!) and work for a common goal! Loved it. Will be there again tonight!
 

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Still waiting for the summer weather. These are mid-afternoon observations for selected areas, including Cicely, Sourdough and Roslyn.



Roslyn: 50 / Cicely: 63 / Sleetmute: 57 / Cantwell: 55 / Chickaloon: 57 / Juneau: 55 / Sourdough: 63 / NYC: 91
 

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48 today's high, rained until noon.
Hard enough I needed wipers on the Jag.
Snowed a foot in the passes last night.

"algore spring" is what we call it around here.
 

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Posted By Curmudgeon on 06/10/2008 6:51 PM

"algore spring" is what we call it around here.

"Allegorically" speaking, of course.

April and May were 3 degrees below normal. So far, June is 7 degrees below normal. A new low temperature record is set almost every day.

Not only did it snow in the passes today, as Curmudgeon reported, it also snowed in Spokane.
 
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