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Official Weather Thread: Historical warming and melting taking place in the Arctic

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What happened to the global warming? I'm buried under snow here!
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cheapmeister wrote: What happened to me global warming? I'm burried under snow here!
The goal posts have moved. It's climate change now.
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flair.14 wrote: The goal posts have moved. It's climate change now.
The climate is always changing though. Its just the way that mother nature works!
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cheapmeister wrote: The climate is always changing though. Its just the way that mother nature works!
But now infrequent weather events get blown up into unprecedented disasters.
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While I personally believe climate change is happening, I also don't give AF. That said, this winter is a bit scary for me in the sense that I don't recall such a warm winter in the GTA. So agree or not that climate change is a problem, I think we're all a little bit amused that we really just had our first major snowfall and it's almost the end of January.

GTA weather next two weeks during business days is around 0'C with no snow in sight?

I'm thrilled.
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angryaudifanatic wrote: While I personally believe climate change is happening, I also don't give AF. That said, this winter is a bit scary for me in the sense that I don't recall such a warm winter in the GTA. So agree or not that climate change is a problem, I think we're all a little bit amused that we really just had our first major snowfall and it's almost the end of January.

GTA weather next two weeks during business days is around 0'C with no snow in sight?

I'm thrilled.
next Saturday is another 10-15cm supposedly...
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djemzine wrote: To those who are complaining of cold temps in the Toronto/GTA area, nothing compares to what I am going through here lol.

Northern BC = temps of -30 to -40 and at times colder with wind chill.
Vacation?

Or did Richmond Hill move?
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rebel_rfd wrote: Vacation?

Or did Richmond Hill move?
Business trip.
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cheapmeister wrote: The climate is always changing though. Its just the way that mother nature works!
Mother Nature never burnt so much fossil fuels, released so much Greenhouse gases and Ozone into the atmosphere etc as has Man.
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What a welcome change, -6 now, compared to two weeks of -30s.
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gh05t wrote: Mother Nature never burnt so much fossil fuels, released so much Greenhouse gases and Ozone into the atmosphere etc as has Man.
Most vehicles on the road today are SUVs. I dunno why they aren't buying small fuel efficient cars? Do they not care?
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Here in N.W. sask a few days ago it was -41 (without the wind-chill) tonight it's -1 Smiling Face With Sunglasses
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cheapmeister wrote: Most vehicles on the road today are SUVs. I dunno why they aren't buying small fuel efficient cars? Do they not care?
Even though I don’t drive a SUV, most of the newer SUVs are pretty darn efficient. I think we have larger issues like over consumerization of disposable limited lifecycle tech, plastic bottles, and many other issues.

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