It's Climate Change I tell'ya!! IT'S CLIMATE CHANGE!!

spilledthebeer

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Snowfall Warning for Fort Nelson
Active for next 5 hours
Environment Canada
This alert has been updated.

Posted 4 hours ago

Snow will ease this morning as a low pressure system over northern BC dissipates. Further snowfall accumulations of up to 4 cm are expected at higher elevations between Fort Nelson and Watson Lake.

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Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow. Heavy snowfall accumulation may cause tree branches to break.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to BCstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #BCStorm.


https://google.org/crisismap/canada?hl=en&llbox=64.6,52.61,-106.59,-138.23&t=ROADMAP&layers=4




That`s ODD.................................................


in the good old days.............................................


snow used to fall even in summer.............................................


in the extreme northern latitudes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And at such latitudes.............................................


the permafrost was...........................................


well.......................PERMANENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Is it possible this weather report is simply telling us.............................


THE OLD NORMAL is still with us?????????????????????????????


How will LIE-berals EXPLAIN THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

MHz

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Also one of the wettest on the coast. If it is so hot why is it wet?
A curse or it is coming closer to being a rainforest, were it rains every day starting at the same minute every day. Do you want to set the odds or should I call in a professional?
 

MHz

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Doing my part for the future of Canada, . . . cough.

What pills do you dorks push, Afghan White Wizard, or the sludge that is left when that is removed??


Ring Of Fire Johnny Cash


The only mistake a person makes with heroin is thinking it isn't a life-long addiction. Hank Williams would have written better songs than when he was a drunk.
 

MHz

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He'll get his quickgreens.ca Super Sunday Sale AAAA+ weed tomorrow.

It'll get worse...
Slow day for psychopaths. See, look at the progress we have made already. Spin the wheel or does somebody have something to say about what the circus explores next?
1Pe:4:12-18:
Beloved,
think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you,
as though some strange thing happened unto you:
But rejoice,
inasmuch as ye are partakers of Christ's sufferings;
that,
when his glory shall be revealed,
ye may be glad also with exceeding joy.
If ye be reproached for the name of Christ,
happy are ye;
for the spirit of glory and of God resteth upon you:
on their part he is evil spoken of,
but on your part he is glorified.
But let none of you suffer as a murderer,
or as a thief,
or as an evildoer,
or as a busybody in other men's matters.
Yet if any man suffer as a Christian,
let him not be ashamed;
but let him glorify God on this behalf.
For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God:
and if it first begin at us,
what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God?
And if the righteous scarcely be saved,
where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?
 

spilledthebeer

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A curse or it is coming closer to being a rainforest, were it rains every day starting at the same minute every day. Do you want to set the odds or should I call in a professional?






YES PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


DO CALL a professional for aid for your mental state!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

B00Mer

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more here.. :lol:
 

petros

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Read this:

Saskatchewan has a total area of 651,036 square kilometres (251,366 sq mi) of which 591,670 km2 (228,450 sq mi) is land and 59,366 km2 (22,921 sq mi) is water

Then read this:

Regina and Saskatoon see record-breaking low temperatures

BY MARK MELNYCHUK, REGINA LEADER-POST
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: AUG 19, 2019

A blast of cold air from the Arctic brought record-breaking low summer temperatures to central Saskatchewan on Sunday.

In Regina, the temperature reached a low of 2 C, breaking the record of 2.8 C set in 1901. In Saskatoon, the mercury dropped to 0.7 C, breaking the record low of 2.2 C set in 1940.

North Battleford broke the longest-standing record. Temperatures dropped to 0.5 C, breaking the record low of 1.7 C set all the way back in 1895.

According to Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECC), the cause for the drop was a large low-pressure system that was sitting over northern Saskatchewan that sucked cold air down from the Arctic. The plummeting temperatures even brought snow to areas of northern British Columbia and Alberta.

Clear skies helped drag the temperatures down over central regions of the province.

Terri Lang, a meteorologist with ECC, explained that cloud cover usually acts like a blanket, trapping heat. Without that blanket, Lang said it allowed temperatures in those areas to sink.

Temperature drops like this are rare, but not unprecedented. Especially for Saskatchewan. Lang said this drop isn’t the sign of a trend.

“It’s the nature of where we are. We’re one of the places in North America that’s really far away from water,” said Lang.

Water helps moderate temperature, and since Saskatchewan is not near any major lakes or oceans, Lang said temperatures are at the mercy of weather systems.

“So we can get the really hot stuff from the south, we can get the really humid stuff from the southeast, and we can get the real cold stuff from the north,” said Lang.

The nights are also getting longer, which allows the cold air to get deeper. This, as Lang explained, is unfortunately a sign that summer won’t be around much longer.

“We’re turning that corner, I think, into the end of summer and coming into fall, which is a tough realization,” said Lang.

The likelihood of crops being damaged by the brief temperature drop is low. Cory Jacob, a crops extension specialist with the province’s Ministry of Agriculture, said lighter frosts at these temperatures are not as severe as the heavier ones, which happen in the -4 to -5 C range
 
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petros

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If you look on a map there is plenty of water between the Arctic and South SK.

Maybe Toontown and N Battleford are in river valleys?

Maybe? Who knows?

When did this guy move here from Ontario?
 

Danbones

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Oh Danny boy..............................


you started almost sensible there.................................


the LIE-beral carbon crap and trade tax IS NOTHING BUT A SCAM.........................................


and then after that....................................


you ran off the rails and parked your diseased mind that is obsessed with Jew bankers and "pedo Priests"........................................


and crashed your train of logic in LOONYVILLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And now you are stuck there.....................................


with the other CRAZIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


What kind of treatment are they giving you at CAMH?????????????????????????????????/

So you like the pedo priests do ya?
;)
that would figure.

and where did I say anything about "Jews" fyck face?
 

taxslave

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A curse or it is coming closer to being a rainforest, were it rains every day starting at the same minute every day. Do you want to set the odds or should I call in a professional?
It is a rainforest. Just doesn't keep to a schedule like the tropical ones. Good place to be a weatherman since if you predict rain you have a good chance of being right and if you are wrong nobody gets pissed off at you.
 

petros

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It is a rainforest. Just doesn't keep to a schedule like the tropical ones. Good place to be a weatherman since if you predict rain you have a good chance of being right and if you are wrong nobody gets pissed off at you.
Oh yeah? Winter 16/17. A Monday morning prediction of light snow tapering off to rain by noon turned into 60cm of snow by Saturday noon and stuck around until March.
 

Cliffy

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Yes, It's Due to Human Activity: New Research 'Should Finally Stop Climate Change Deniers'

European and US scientists have cleared up a point that has been nagging away at climate science for decades: not only is the planet warming faster than at any time in the last 2,000 years, but this unique climate change really does have neither a historic precedent nor a natural cause.
Other historic changes — the so-called Medieval Warm Period and then the “Little Ice Age” that marked the 17th to the 19th centuries — were not global. The only period in which the world’s climate has changed, everywhere and at the same time, is right now.
And other shifts in the past, marked by advancing Alpine glaciers and sustained droughts in Africa, could be pinned down to a flurry of violent volcanic activity.
The present sustained, ubiquitous warming is unique in that it can be coupled directly with the Industrial Revolution, the clearing of the forests, population growth and profligate use of fossil fuels.
The finding is part of a sustained examination of global climate history, based not just on written and pictorial records but also studies of ancient lake sediments, ice cores, tree rings and other proxy evidence assembled by an international partnership called the Past Global Changes Consortium. It is reported in the journal Nature.
Research like this is a tidying-up operation. Climate scientists, conservationists, glaciologists, marine biologists, geologists and economists all know that climate change is happening, and that it is happening as a consequence of accelerated human activity over the last two centuries.
But from the start, there have always been gnawing questions: hasn’t the climate always changed? If global temperatures rose between 700 AD and 1400 AD, and then fell again, is what is happening now not part of some similar long-term cycle? And until now, that has remained without a confident, categorical answer.
So the latest study surprises nobody. But it matters, because the Nature study clarifies a point of possible confusion. There have been changes in modern human history, but none of them global and synchronous (happening at the same time). They were random fluctuations within the climate system, and even changes in solar activity or volcanic surges could not affect all of the planet at any one time.
“It’s true that during the Little Ice Age it was generally colder across the whole world,” says Raphel Neukom of the University of Bern in Switzerland, and first author, “but not everywhere at the same time. The peak periods of pre-industrial warm and cold periods occurred at different times in different places.”
And his Bern colleague Stefan Brönnimann clears up another point in a related study in the pages of Nature Geoscience.
Volcanic influence

The Little Ice Age began in Europe with no obvious trigger, but it was certainly reinforced and extended by more violent than usual volcanic activity in the tropics between 1808 and 1835. Mt Tambora in what is now Indonesia put so much ash into the stratosphere to screen sunlight and drop temperatures that 1816 became known as the Year without a Summer.
But there were also four other eruptions. Between 1820 and 1850, Alpine glaciers — now in alarming retreat — actually advanced. African and Indian monsoon systems weakened, and rain that should have fallen on hot soils dropped as more snow over Europe.
“Given the large climatic changes seen in the early 19th century, it is difficult to define a pre-industrial climate, a notion to which all our climate targets refer,” said Professor Brönnimann. “Frequent volcanic eruptions caused an actual gear shift in the global climate system.”
Commenting on the Nature finding, Mark Maslin, a climatologist at University College London, said: “Over the last 2000 years the only time the global climate has changed synchronically has been in the last 150 years when over 98 percent of the surface of the planet has warmed. This paper should finally stop climate change deniers claiming that the recent observed coherent global warming is part of a natural climate cycle.”
“This paper shows the truly stark difference between regional and localised changes in climates of the past and the truly global effect of anthropogenic greenhouse emissions.”



More: https://www.desmog.co.uk/2019/08/19...ch-should-finally-stop-climate-change-deniers
 

pgs

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Yes, It's Due to Human Activity: New Research 'Should Finally Stop Climate Change Deniers'

European and US scientists have cleared up a point that has been nagging away at climate science for decades: not only is the planet warming faster than at any time in the last 2,000 years, but this unique climate change really does have neither a historic precedent nor a natural cause.
Other historic changes — the so-called Medieval Warm Period and then the “Little Ice Age” that marked the 17th to the 19th centuries — were not global. The only period in which the world’s climate has changed, everywhere and at the same time, is right now.
And other shifts in the past, marked by advancing Alpine glaciers and sustained droughts in Africa, could be pinned down to a flurry of violent volcanic activity.
The present sustained, ubiquitous warming is unique in that it can be coupled directly with the Industrial Revolution, the clearing of the forests, population growth and profligate use of fossil fuels.
The finding is part of a sustained examination of global climate history, based not just on written and pictorial records but also studies of ancient lake sediments, ice cores, tree rings and other proxy evidence assembled by an international partnership called the Past Global Changes Consortium. It is reported in the journal Nature.
Research like this is a tidying-up operation. Climate scientists, conservationists, glaciologists, marine biologists, geologists and economists all know that climate change is happening, and that it is happening as a consequence of accelerated human activity over the last two centuries.
But from the start, there have always been gnawing questions: hasn’t the climate always changed? If global temperatures rose between 700 AD and 1400 AD, and then fell again, is what is happening now not part of some similar long-term cycle? And until now, that has remained without a confident, categorical answer.
So the latest study surprises nobody. But it matters, because the Nature study clarifies a point of possible confusion. There have been changes in modern human history, but none of them global and synchronous (happening at the same time). They were random fluctuations within the climate system, and even changes in solar activity or volcanic surges could not affect all of the planet at any one time.
“It’s true that during the Little Ice Age it was generally colder across the whole world,” says Raphel Neukom of the University of Bern in Switzerland, and first author, “but not everywhere at the same time. The peak periods of pre-industrial warm and cold periods occurred at different times in different places.”
And his Bern colleague Stefan Brönnimann clears up another point in a related study in the pages of Nature Geoscience.
Volcanic influence

The Little Ice Age began in Europe with no obvious trigger, but it was certainly reinforced and extended by more violent than usual volcanic activity in the tropics between 1808 and 1835. Mt Tambora in what is now Indonesia put so much ash into the stratosphere to screen sunlight and drop temperatures that 1816 became known as the Year without a Summer.
But there were also four other eruptions. Between 1820 and 1850, Alpine glaciers — now in alarming retreat — actually advanced. African and Indian monsoon systems weakened, and rain that should have fallen on hot soils dropped as more snow over Europe.
“Given the large climatic changes seen in the early 19th century, it is difficult to define a pre-industrial climate, a notion to which all our climate targets refer,” said Professor Brönnimann. “Frequent volcanic eruptions caused an actual gear shift in the global climate system.”
Commenting on the Nature finding, Mark Maslin, a climatologist at University College London, said: “Over the last 2000 years the only time the global climate has changed synchronically has been in the last 150 years when over 98 percent of the surface of the planet has warmed. This paper should finally stop climate change deniers claiming that the recent observed coherent global warming is part of a natural climate cycle.”
“This paper shows the truly stark difference between regional and localised changes in climates of the past and the truly global effect of anthropogenic greenhouse emissions.”



More: https://www.desmog.co.uk/2019/08/19...ch-should-finally-stop-climate-change-deniers
Why are glaciers growing in Glacier National Park ?
 

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150 glaciers in Glacier National Park in 1850.

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Why are stupid people so stupid?
 

pgs

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150 glaciers in Glacier National Park in 1850.

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Why are stupid people so stupid?
Yes but there were signs placed stating that the glaciers would all be gone by 2018 . The growing glaciers were burying the signs , was that just another failed computer model , or is that part of the world in a regional cooling phase ?