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Snow on October 19th!?

October 19, 2009 by Staff Reporter  
Filed under Energy & Environment

Picture courtesty of Granite Grok depicting significant snow fall on Sunday, October 19th in central New Hampshire.

October 19 snow

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  1. For whatever it’s worth, we had temperatures in the 60s Fahrenheit on December 3rd. It also hasn’t snowed (as of December 4th) since the October 18 flurries.

    We are coming up on the one-year anniversary of the December 2009 ice storm, which ironically “disproves” both global warming and global cooling. First we had record amounts of something cold, i.e., ice, thus disproving global warming. The ice storm was followed two days later by record high temperatures, over 70 degF in some parts of New England, thus disproving global cooling. So, I guess we don’t have to worry about climate change— even though that was a strange stretch of weather.

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