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Snow. March 1st. Atlanta. Damn Global Warming

A scene from my back yard on March 1st

A scene from my back yard on March 1st

Big fat wet flakes (you can see the smears in the pic – that’s them) and accumulation. It’s supposed to continue through tonight. We’re told to expect 3 to 5 inches.

In Atlanta.

Can’t wait to see what Boston gets.


8 Responses to Snow. March 1st. Atlanta. Damn Global Warming

  • All I have down this winter in Northern Indiana is shovel global warming and pay huge gas bills to heat the house. And people still talk about this topic like it is actually happening. After a while you wonder if it is all worth it. We have global climate change four times a year: winter, spring, summer, and fall.

    Danny L. McDaniel
    Lafayette, Indiana

  • Well, I just shoveled about 9 inches (southern MA) and there is still more on the way until this afternoon.  All I can say is Thank Bog for that greenhouse gas spewing, global warming moving invention called a snowblower; a 60′ driveway was done in about 20 minutes.

  • That’s a dusting by Michigan standards…and i’d gladly take it right now as it’s 9 FREEKING DEGREES.  Snow is managable…cold isn’t (when you forget your coat).

  • I’ve concluded that all the statisticians that used to work at the Tobacco Institute, now subsist on “Global Warming” federal grants.

  • Atlantic County, South New Jersey got slammed with 12 inches.

  • Hello!

    Can you please help me educate those poor souls who think global warming is man/women made? Please, just take a quick glance at the Lifecycle of the Sun and you will see that the Sun will indeed get warmer in the next 5 billion years on it’s own with no help from man. Would you also tell them that plants grow when it’s warm? I’d hate to be around during the global cooling, i.e. Ice Age.