Sunday, December 26, 2010

Putting it into context

We woke up to an outdoor thermometer that said 18 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Daily mail is expanding on their weather woes:

Traditional family walks to help the turkey go down were mostly off the cards today as Britain endured its coldest Christmas Day in living memory.

The mercury plummeted to -5.9C at Glenlivet in 1996, but that record was smashed last night when temperatures dropped to -17C at Worcester and -18C at Altnaharra in northern Scotland.

Some areas enjoyed a traditional white Christmas, with snow falling in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and north east England.

Most parts of England, Wales and Northern Ireland were sunny and dry but daytime temperatures are set to remain below freezing.

In Fahrenheit, we're looking at about 20F, about 0F and 0F.
In S. Texas we don't have that nice blanket of insulating snow either.

But not only does this NOT disprove the whole Glowbull warming thing, it's proof -somehow that it's in full swing and will have the earth a charred cinder withing our lifetimes!!!one!!!!

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