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

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sandikosh wrote: Just a few hours away from April and the weather is still beautiful outside!
Above zero is always good. Daytime highs of 8 to 13 are manageable.
Lot's of rain and higher humidity to send the virus down the drain.
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It's SNOWING!!!!!!!
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^the pandemic is good for the environment
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3 degrees at noon on May 9th. Last few years the winter type weather has shifted back and forth and not really sticking to December - March.
I am old enough to say almost definitively that wild temperature variations (within a few hours or one day) and windy conditions are increasing. As I am sitting here a wind gust made my windows rattle but it's been at least 5 minutes and the gust is not repeated, even wind gusts are not constant :D Also, within the past hour or so we have had flurries and hail. Yes both.
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Just another 5 months for winter weather. Might as well cancel summer.
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Winter is already here as it is snowing!!!!!
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sandikosh wrote: Winter is already here as it is snowing!!!!!
Yeah, global warming... The last couple of winters were warmer, but way longer. Snow on the ground in mid May, I have not seen this in, well, never since I came to this great country 20 years ago.
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Some things like a big size cricket can wake up thousands even millions of years after it's been frozen. I was watching all the animals that survived the ice age from prehistoric times to now, maybe some were still frozen and this global warming will really be the dawn of an insect species thought extinct to be found somewhere new. Prob not though, they would have thawed long before, and would have lots of water to endure. That would suck, you wake up from an ice age only to drown. Anyways, prob not, but let's hope we can get some sunny days and the temperature back to the norms these days. Global warming has been causing drastic changes in the weather in a short time, and I don't remember it being like that.
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stinastr I got a headache reading what you just typed.Are you feeling ok?.

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