Winter Storm Vulcan Kills 3 In Ohio Snowstorm

Winter Storm Vulcan Another late winter storm has been responsible for at least 12 deaths including 3 on the Ohio turnpike. At least 55 vehicles were involved in crashes stretching over one and a half miles. Winter Storm Vulcan was … Continue reading

Winter Storm Titan Puts Global Warming Alarmists Out In The Cold

Winter Storm Titan March has begun for millions of Americans with a freezing winter blast. The Weather Channel has named this one Winter Storm Titan and the name fits good. Global warming alarmists are running for cover because Titan has … Continue reading

Winter Storm Nika Amazing Snowstorm Tally

Winter Storm Nika Winter Storm Nika come right on the back of Winter Storm Maximus. The difference has been the tremendous reach of Nika. Even in Punxsutawney Phil’s neck of the woods the famous groundhog city of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania received … Continue reading

Ice Storms, Non Salted-Sanded Roads Create Chaos

Ice Storms Ice storms are so prevalent they are putting a freeze on climate change. Atlanta has been frozen stiff with treacherous ice halting traffic for hours and hours. A long cold winter has been on a terror with below … Continue reading

Snow Totals For Winter Storm Janus

Snow Totals Snow totals for Winter Storm Janus were significant. The snow came with cold winds, freezing temperatures and dangerous ice conditions. From the Rocky Mountains to the east coast, to the north and south the winter storm was widespread … Continue reading

Record Cold With Ion Arctic Blast

Record Cold Record cold temperatures by the “Ion Arctic Blast” extended from the north to usually hot Florida. Winter Storm Ion was dangerous with its frigid winds, freezing temperatures and drifting snow. The storm is being blamed for at least … Continue reading

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

Global Warming Survey In Cheyenne, Wyoming

Global Warming Survey Global Freezing did a global warming survey in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The survey was small and in no way representative of the overall population although it brought some interesting results. The introduction and question only to businesses was … 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

Traverse City, Michigan May Snow

Traverse City Traverse City, Michigan received a late snow with unseasonable cold temperatures in the second week of May. Traverse City is a beautiful town toward the upper western part of lower Michigan. Because of the U.P. or Upper Penninsula … Continue reading