Winter Storm Hercules Strong Winds Bring In 2014 New Year

Winter Storm Hercules Winter Storm Hercules brought a blast of strong freezing winds to start the 2014 New Year. It has been an unwelcome surprise to many. Over 100 million people have been under either a Winter Storm Advisory, Watch … Continue reading

Winter Storm Boreas Disrupts Thanksgiving Day Travel

Winter Storm Boreas Winter Storm Boreas has spread snow storms, rain, ice and freezing weather conditions disrupting Thanksgiving Day travel. Deaths have been reported in at least five states. As of Tuesday November 26th, fourteen people have died from conditions … Continue reading

Memorial Day Snow On Whiteface Mountain in New York Gives Al Gore a Black Eye

Memorial Day Snow May 27, 2013 will be a Memorial Day snow to remember. Some 36 to 37 inches of snow fell on Whiteface Mountain in the Adirondacks of New York state. Internet inventor and former Vice President Al Gore … Continue reading

May 2013 Keeps Snow and Global Freezing Coming

Snow and Global Freezing Snow and global freezing weather is still here in the 2nd week of May. When one, then two, then three, then four snowstorms came in April I thought it would be great for Global Freezing. Now … Continue reading

Winter Storm Walda Widespread

Winter storm Walda has spread its snow and freezing temperatures into several states. April snowstorms and ice accumulation have hit Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. Some other states feeling unusually … Continue reading

Global Warming Groundhog Lies About Spring Weather Temperatures

Even the grounhog is getting in on global warming. Punxsutawney Phil wanted spring weather temperatures so bad that he lied to the American people. Who can we trust anymore? The groundhog wanted climate to change so bad he did what … Continue reading