Skip to comments.Regina Sees Second-Coldest March in 50 Years (Global Warming Hoax Debunking)
Posted on 04/01/2013 8:19:43 PM PDT by SeminoleCounty
March 2013 will be remembered for its cold, miserable weather, and Environment Canada confirms that it ranked as the second-coldest March in the last 50 years. "It was so winter-like, my gosh it was even more winter-like than February," said David Phillips, chief meteorologist with Environment Canada. In Regina, the average daily temperature during March measured around -12.3 C. "The normal would be around -5 C," explained Phillips, "and I needn't remind you that last year, the temperature was close to 1 C. So think about it, (that's) 13 degrees colder than it was the year before."
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What really caught my attention was the difference between the average temperature in March, and the temperature in March 2013. Convert the Celsius to Farhenheit and it is a difference of about 13 degrees F colder this March than the average March for this area....a very big difference. And, another chink in the armor of the Global Warming Hoax crowd
The end of Global Warming is not Bush’s fault, but it is Gore’s fault!
As soon as al-Jazerra gave Algore his 500 million dollars, Algore cancelled Global Warming.
If your fuel bill goes up in winter, just send the bill to Algore!
Great. I get to drive the family through WI, MN, ND, Regina SK to Edmonton, AB for a wedding. We plan on staying in Regina en route. Yuck.
I’ll still take it over TSA.
Of course, the Mid East oil countries support Al Gore and Global Warming...because it keeps all the enviros busy on stopping Keystone, Bakken, West Texas, and other oil areas from being developed
What a dupe you are! You haven't been paying attention!
Global Warming is at its most dangerous stage when a reqion is unseasonably cold.
When the last ice age set in the global temperature plummeted some 30 or 40 degrees F.
Warm globally, cool locally!
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Truly a Global Warming Fools Day!
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(farmers fear at least 10,000 head of sheep may have died.)
Can’t wait to see the Thames freeze over. What’ll the AGWers say then???
I was born in Battleford, Sask..
That’s just summer to us ex-canadians.
Oh you silly cons, get with the program! Don’t you realize that Glowbull Warming CAUSES these cold snaps? It causes higher temperatures but also lower temperatures. It causes everything that Al Gore wants it to!
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Not that much, maybe 6C (11F).
That article is warmist drivel. The sea ice in Antarctica is not dependent simply on cold temperatures.
Meant to say “simply on cold temperatures”, not “not”
We are already seeing what George Orwell termed “doublethink”... holding two contradictory ideas in your head and believing both... in the global warming cult. Human produced CO2 causes “climate change” which can be either global warming or global cooling with tortured explanations of how the effects of global warming can be manifested as frigid temperatures and brutal winters. The whole human caused CO2 driven climate model is coming apart and it’s predictions are now being seen as wildly inaccurate.
I hunted but could not find the late spring frost zone map. For us here in East Tennessee, the late frost date is around 15th of May. In the recent past it has been much warmer and there was no danger in May at all.
The current cold wet spring is a reversion toward the extreme that might actually produce frost in mid May
The plants know the score and are prepared to deal with the cold. The trees are hunkered down and refuse to consider budding.
That’s what I thought!