Skip to comments.Snow makes unseasonal return to Britain as temperatures dip
Posted on 05/15/2013 12:21:29 PM PDT by palmer
A blast of wet and chilly weather left some hilly areas of the UK cloaked in snow as well as spring blossom on Wednesday....
Among areas affected was the hamlet of Anchor, close to the border between Shropshire and Wales.
Landlord Mike Steedman, who has run the Anchor Inn for the past 17 years, said he could not remember snow falling in the area during May....
(Excerpt) Read more at guardian.co.uk ...
Poor Algore just can’t get a break. LOL!
So much for the prediction 8 years ago that kids today would never see snow falling in their lifetime.
Having a dyslexic day, are we ?
Global warming, ahhhhhhhhhh...
We had multiple Rockies games snowed out this year. I’ve never seen so many before. It’s increasing apparent the AGW emperor has no clothes.
Our CO2 is also ruining Mars!!!
You do realize that the low information voters will believe that, don’t you?
“Our CO2 is also ruining Mars!!! “
Gasp, whod’a thought?
Oh noes, oh noes.
Woe is us...er...Mars.
Superb graphic...kudos! :-)
There was once an hysterically-funny British blog which did nothing but make fun of "The Guardian". I wish I could remember the name, but it's been shut down for five or six years.
The blogger always referred to the paper as "The Grauniad", a moniker which sticks even today.
That IS funny .. thanks !
I didn’t know that. Interesting. You just watch, things will go south on global cooling and they’ll be in deny mode for decades.
The Guardian, in its days in Manchester, was famous for its typos. Hence the nickname. I think the Graniuad nickname goes back as far as the 50’s at least.
Now is the monty of Maying when bonnie lads are...freezing, fa la la la la la ...
Heh. Well, there you go. One should know his history.
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