Skip to comments.In the Midst of Global Warming Even Snow Melts
Posted on 02/13/2013 7:25:10 AM PST by Kaslin
Blizzard Nemo is bearing down on the Northeast- hence the term noreaster to describe it- so prepare for the folks at Fashion Week, now being held in New York City, to be out in force battling the storm.
The organizers of New York's Fashion Week, reports the CSMonitor, a closely watched series of fashion shows held under a big tent said they will have extra crews to help with snow removal and will turn up the heat and add an extra layer to the venue.
We can only hope that they wear furs.
Because well need blizzards of hilarity to withstand the up-and-coming storm, which will be the worst storm ever since, well, the last WORST-STORM-EVER!
However, we wont have to brace against the snow per se; there have been plenty of monster winter storms in the Northeast that have been shrugged off, shoveled out from and tobogganed on.
Even in the midst of an outbreak of global warming, snow still, after all, eventually melts. Even in New England.
Yes, said Mark Twain, a resident of Connecticut, one of the brightest gems in the New England weather is the dazzling uncertainty ofit.
(Excerpt) Read more at finance.townhall.com ...
When did we start naming Winter storms?
When the Weather Channel started to hype the false stories about increased storm occurences in support of the Global Warming hoax needed to get more viewers for higher ratings.
I read the other day that it was the Weather channel who named the storm
I quit watching when Kristina Abernathy was phased out.
A noreaster is named after the direction that the wind is blowing from.
“The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.”
H. L. Mencken
“Chicken Little is a growth industry” - BwanaNdege - 2013