March Like a Lion: Record Cold in Midwest, Heavy Snow in Mid-Atlantic

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 4:01 PM GMT on March 03, 2014

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March is roaring in like a lion over most of the U.S., where a sprawling winter storm has brought significant snows and freezing rain to over 100 million people over past two days, from Texas to New Jersey. Snows of 4 - 8" are expected Monday along a swath from Washington DC through Baltimore and into Southern New Jersey, with a few 8+" totals likely just south of DC. Behind the storm is a renewed blast of Arctic air, which on Monday morning brought the coldest temperatures ever measured so late in the year to Flint, Michigan (-16°F) and Rockford, Illinois (-11°F). The forecast low of 10°F in Washington D.C. for Tuesday morning would come close to that city's coldest March day on record of 4°F, and the low of 7°F predicted for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania would come close to the all-time coldest March temperature of 5° set in 1872. Some peak snowfall amounts from the storm, "Winter Storm Titan", as of 10 am EST Monday, from the latest NOAA Storm Report:

Indiana: 10.3" in Porter
West Virginia: 10.0", Bruceton Mills
Missouri: 8.5", Anderson
Illinois: 7.0", Mendota
New Mexico: 7.0", Arroyo Seco
Maryland: 6.5", New Market
Arkansas: 6.5", Pea Ridge
Oklahoma: 6.1", Hunter
Pennsylvania: 6.0", Mount Pleasant
New Jersey" 6.0", Woodbine
Tennessee: 6.0", Clarksville (fell as sleet)
Michigan: 5.5", Hillsdale
Kentucky: 5.3", Clover Bottom
Iowa: 5.2", E Solon
Kansas: 5.0", Newton
Ohio: 4.5", Wauseon
Virginia: 4.2", Stephens City
Washington DC: 2.0", American University
Delaware: 2.0", Newark


Figure 1. Workers clear the tarmac of snow so that flights can resume at Washington's Ronald Reagan National Airport on March 3, 2014. Image credit: AP/Cliff Owen.

Wild weather Ends in California
Winter Storm Titan battered California Friday and Saturday with high winds, heavy rains, and mountain snows. Downtown Los Angeles received 3.41" of rain February 28 - March 2, making it the city's heaviest rain event since March 19 - 27, 2011 (3.80"). A few California notable events from Winter Storm Titan:

Snow Reports

• Near Kirkwood Ski Area: 40"
• Near Donner Peak: 30"
• Soda Springs: 18"

Rain Reports
• Mining Ridge (Monterey Co.): 11.81"
• Matilija Canyon (Ventura Co.): 11.79"
• Cogswell Dam (L.A. Co.): 8.19"
• Santa Barbara: 1.83". Santa Barbara has received 5.20" of rain since July 1st, which is 7.97" below average.
• Downtown San Francisco: 1.53". San Francisco has received only 7.96" of rain since July 1st, which is 10.11" below average.
• Downtown Sacramento: 1.49". Sacramento has received only 6.19" of rain since July 1st, which is 7.54" below average.

Wind Reports
• 102 mph peak wind gust measured at Big Bear Resort on Friday (east of Los Angeles)
• 91 mph peak wind gust measured at Chilao on Friday (northeast of Los Angeles)
• 89 mph peak wind gust measured at Grapevine Peak on Friday

Flood Reports
• Debris flows reported at Big Sur Village and other locations in Monterey County, California on Friday
• Reported water rescue from the Los Angeles River in Cypress Park on Friday
• Report of five inches of water running down the street in the northern San Bernardino neighborhood
• Report of roadway flooding in San Jose on I-280 Northbound and SR17 South connector. In addition, several inches of standing water reported across all lanes near I-280 and Highway 87.
• Report of firefighters rescuing a man from the waters of Coyote Creek near the San Jose Municipal Golf Course.
• Flooding on the off-ramp of I-280 at Saratoga.
• Flash flooding caused a car to get trapped in Lake View Terrace, near Foothill Boulevard and Gladstone Avenue. A lady was rescued; no injuries reported.

Severe Weather Reports
• A plane was moved three feet and a jet bridge was damaged by a likely microburst at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana Friday.
• One man was injured by a lightning strike in an oil field near Fresno Friday.
• One inch hail in Walnut early Saturday morning from a severe thunderstorm.
• At 6:24pm PT Friday, an EF0 tornado touched down 9 miles south of Karnak, Calif. No damage was reported for the 5 minute-long tornado.

Phoenix got its first rain of 2014 on March 1 (Saturday), ending a 70-day period without precipitation. This year was just the third year since 1896 the city had gone without precipitation during January and February. Las Vegas received its first rainfall of 2014 on Friday (0.30"), its first rain since December 4, ending the city's longest winter dry streak on record. This winter has been the warmest winter on record in Las Vegas.


Video 1. A huge wave from Winter Storm Titan crashes through a window at a Santa Barbara, California restaurant on March 1, 2014. The "time to go" comment is precious.

Jeff Masters

So Cal Heavy Rains (HassonGrove)
Flooded intersection in East Hemet today. Much needed water.
So Cal Heavy Rains
Detroit shrouded in another snowstorm (MichiganSnowLvr)
Yet ANOTHER snowstorm hit Detroit in this record winter
Detroit shrouded in another snowstorm
Still Winter.. (suzi46)
with no end in sight! Frigid temps are keeping both the snow pack and icicles firmly in place..
Still Winter..
Ice Ice Baby (BigJohnsSalsa)
Today's Texas ice storm. The sky was actually a dark gray cloud cover.
Ice Ice Baby

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534. Andrebrooks
4:55 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
It has been sleeting and frz rain all morning here in Hammond La.
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533. ColoradoBob1
3:20 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Home computers to help scientists assess climate role in UK's wet winter

Citizen scientists can help to solve a critical question raised by England's wettest winter in at least 250 years: was climate change to blame?

Spare home computer time lent to researchers at the University of Oxford will allow an intensive modelling effort to determine whether global warming made the deluge more likely...........
The result of the study should be ready within a month and follows earlier research which found that heavy flooding in England in 2000 was made two to three times more likely by climate change.


Link
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532. sar2401
3:00 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting DeepSeaRising:


Far more effective in WWII than the US bazooka, the panzerfaust could be fired by one man and was a Nazi weapon much to be feared by the allies. One must question why someone would choose to name themselves after this Nazi Germany weapon. The name with the attitude toward AGW are both are the wrong side of history.

The word is German. It happened to be used first during WWII by the Nazis, but the current German Army, as well as the Swiss, use an antitank weapon called the Panzerfaust 3. The name means "Iron Fist". In English, it would be more likely to be translated "Tank Killer". It's a common weapon in video games like Black Ops 2.

It's really not that big a deal.
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531. VR46L
2:58 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 523. hydrus:
Someone painted it red and white..:)


LMAO !!!

Yeah I know .....

:)
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530. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
2:58 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
JeffMasters has created a new entry.
529. captainmark
2:55 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 528. CarolinaHurricanes87:


People who KNEW the Earth was flat.... thats how our generation will be remembered. The only options are selfishness or idiocy (denying facts). A combination of both is holding us back from making necessary changes, but unfortunately those few (most people believe in facts, the vocal minority is the problem) are the reason ALL of us will be labeled as such in the future
I would prefer that our generation was remembered as the ones that came up with a VIABLE solution for our energy needs rather than running around crying "the sky is falling" every day.
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528. CarolinaHurricanes87
2:51 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 516. daddyjames:


No our children/grandchildren will have no one to blame but us . . . Wonder how these last three generations will be portrayed in the future . . .


People who KNEW the Earth was flat.... thats how our generation will be remembered. The only options are selfishness or idiocy (denying facts). A combination of both is holding us back from making necessary changes, but unfortunately those few (most people believe in facts, the vocal minority is the problem) are the reason ALL of us will be labeled as such in the future
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527. captainmark
2:51 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 522. VR46L:
Looks like things are starting to look interesting in the Gulf !

Just wet and cold in South Louisiana.
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526. Neapolitan
2:51 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Now:
gfs

Next Tuesday:
gfs

Looks good to me...
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525. NCstu
2:50 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Link

This was posted a while back but I figured it was worth sharing again.

"Test your knowledge and share this with friends to see how they measure up.

This quiz is focused specifically on a range of natural hazards.

As we go into the New Year, make a resolution to increase awareness of the potential risks that face you. Start with science to understand where and when natural hazards are likely to occur, identify potential impacts, and make the best decisions to protect life and property
"
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524. luvtogolf
2:49 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 492. ncstorm:


since you are reading the future..can you tell me the mega millions pick for January 2034..I want to be rich while watching the world fall apart..


I see Nea and his Trolls are out in full force today.
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523. hydrus
2:48 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 522. VR46L:
Looks like things are starting to look interesting in the Gulf !

Someone painted it red and white..:)
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522. VR46L
2:42 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Looks like things are starting to look interesting in the Gulf !

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521. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
2:31 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
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520. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
2:31 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
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519. LargoFl
2:29 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
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518. LargoFl
2:28 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 503. yoboi:


Miami was suppose to be 2 feet under water in 2013...
well i saw a site earlier that had a map of 2014 and amazingly it said most of south florida might be under water IF sea levels keep rising..kinda scary huh
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517. LargoFl
2:25 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 514. ncstorm:
06z NAM

We in florida especially along the gulf coast need to stay alert wens-thurs for any changes in the severe weather warnings when that squall line comes in..
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516. daddyjames
2:23 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 505. KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
well I look at it this way whatever is to be

remember we were warned
there will be no one to blame
but ourselves


No our children/grandchildren will have no one to blame but us . . . Wonder how these last three generations will be portrayed in the future . . .
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515. cRRKampen
2:14 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 481. ncstorm:


what happens in 20 years?

It snows somewhere and AGW will be denied.
Just like now. Never mind the reduced number of somewheres.
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514. ncstorm
2:08 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
06z NAM

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513. ncstorm
2:07 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
6z GFS



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512. daddyjames
2:05 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 496. ncstorm:


honestly though..I dont think Nea and his friends are kidding..they really believe in 20 years those things will happen..which is scary..


That we know what will happen eventually based upon the scientific evidence (although exactly when can not be definitively prognosticated - it could be off by a few years) or that we accept what will happen eventually.
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511. Birthmark
2:04 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 510. yoboi:


well Miami is not under 2 feet of water....but it is snowing with a sleet mixture today in March in south Louisiana....Don't know if I can take much more of this warming....

You'll take it and you'll like it.

Miami wasn't supposed to be under two feet of water in 2013...at least not according to the science. Why you keep bothering to type such nonsense is a bit baffling.
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510. yoboi
2:02 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 508. Birthmark:

I know. Anthony Watts can't predict for beans, can he?


well Miami is not under 2 feet of water....but it is snowing with a sleet mixture today in March in south Louisiana....Don't know if I can take much more of this warming....
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509. NCstu
2:00 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 506. ncstorm:


that bus bunker is looking very tempting..

Nuclear winter (also known as atomic winter) is a hypothetical climatic effect of countervalue nuclear war. Models suggest that detonating dozens or more nuclear weapons on cities prone to firestorm, comparable to the Hiroshima city of 1945,[1] could have a profound and severe effect on the climate causing cold weather and reduced sunlight for a period of months or even years by the emission of large amounts of the firestorms smoke and soot into the Earth's stratosphere.[2]

I do not propose testing the hypothesis.
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508. Birthmark
1:59 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 503. yoboi:


Miami was suppose to be 2 feet under water in 2013...

I know. Anthony Watts can't predict for beans, can he?
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507. ARiot
1:59 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
We will still have significant snowfall and cold weather in the US in 20 years.

AGW isn't going to stop winter for quite a while.

What remains to be seen is what types of weather or general patterns will be attributable to AGW with 20 more years of data.

I think the original post on the subject was sarcastic. (?) Otherwise, every night, we'd have global darkening posts.
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506. ncstorm
1:58 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 500. Birthmark:

One thing that will happen is that the Arctic will be ice-free some portion of the year, barring meteor collision, nuclear winter, or some other large mitigating factor.


that bus bunker is looking very tempting..

Nuclear winter (also known as atomic winter) is a hypothetical climatic effect of countervalue nuclear war. Models suggest that detonating dozens or more nuclear weapons on cities prone to firestorm, comparable to the Hiroshima city of 1945,[1] could have a profound and severe effect on the climate causing cold weather and reduced sunlight for a period of months or even years by the emission of large amounts of the firestorms smoke and soot into the Earth's stratosphere.[2]

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505. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
1:58 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
well I look at it this way whatever is to be

remember we were warned
there will be no one to blame
but ourselves
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504. Neapolitan
1:58 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 492. ncstorm:


since you are reading the future..can you tell me the mega millions pick for January 2034..I want to be rich while watching the world fall apart..
Nah, can't help you with that. Precisely guessing randomly-chosen lottery numbers would be something akin to magic, and vastly different than predicting a range of future climate scenarios based on billions of pieces of scientific observations. But I wish you luck!
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503. yoboi
1:57 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 499. ncstorm:


location done on the Island of Florida..


Miami was suppose to be 2 feet under water in 2013...
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502. Birthmark
1:56 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 498. daddyjames:


No but Survivor will have a new twist to it . . .

Very good! lol
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501. Climate175
1:56 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Warm weather is still a far distance a way.
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500. Birthmark
1:55 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 496. ncstorm:


honestly though..I dont think Nea and his friends are kidding..they really believe in 20 years those things will happen..which is scary..

One thing that will happen is that the Arctic will be ice-free some portion of the year, barring meteor collision, nuclear winter, or some other large mitigating factor.
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499. ncstorm
1:55 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 498. daddyjames:


No but Survivor will have a new twist to it . . .


location done on the Island of Florida..
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498. daddyjames
1:53 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 494. yoboi:



Do you think the American Idol will still be on TV??????????


No but Survivor will have a new twist to it . . .
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497. VR46L
1:52 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 494. yoboi:



Do you think the American Idol will still be on TV??????????


Well it survived without Cowell , Might last !

Good Morning Folks!
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496. ncstorm
1:52 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 494. yoboi:



Do you think the American Idol will still be on TV??????????


honestly though..I dont think Nea and his friends are kidding..they really believe in 20 years those things will happen..which is scary..
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495. daddyjames
1:49 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 490. Neapolitan:


--Due to rising sea levels, North Carolina's Outer banks is renamed "The Tar Heel Barrier Reef".
--Transformers 16 blows up the box office.
--The bankrupt and crumbling Independent Republic of Texas petitions the American people for a third fruitless year to please let them back into the Union, as they were only "playin' around" when they asked to be let out.
--Climate change denialists will claim an ice age will start any day now. That is, just as soon as the warming stops...


LOL - you forgot the resurgence of Evangelical orgs grinds to a halt as reality overcomes blind devotion . . .
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494. yoboi
1:49 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 490. Neapolitan:


--Due to rising sea levels, North Carolina's Outer banks is renamed "The Tar Heel Barrier Reef".
--Transformers 16 blows up the box office.
--The bankrupt and crumbling Independent Republic of Texas petitions the American people for a third fruitless year to please let them back into the Union, as they were only "playin' around" when they asked to be let out.
--Climate change denialists will claim an ice age will start any day now. That is, just as soon as the warming stops...



Do you think the American Idol will still be on TV??????????
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493. yonzabam
1:48 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 487. PlazaRed:
So while the people of some of the north American continent suffer cold, the world of viruses is becoming hot stuff.
Here's a few lines:-

"Just what we needed to hear from a scientist who revived an ancient virus frozen in ice: “We don’t understand anything anymore!”
Scientists in France have revived a 30,000-year-old virus frozen in Siberian ice."

In case anybody should want to read on a bit with this, here's the link.

Link


All for now from sunny, cool southern Europe.


Well, something killed off the Pleistocene megafauna, including Neanderthal man, towards the end of the last ice age, and it wasn't climate change. They'd all been through several glacial periods before.

I don't think it could have been over hunting by the relatively small number of H. sapiens hunter gatherers, who appeared on the scene at the time, although they may have been less than friendly towards Neanderthals.
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492. ncstorm
1:48 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 490. Neapolitan:


--Due to rising sea levels, North Carolina's Outer banks is renamed "The Tar Heel Barrier Reef".
--Transformers 16 blows up the box office.
--The crumbling Republic of Texas petitions the American people for a third fruitless year to please let them back into the Union, as they were only "playin' around" when they asked to be let out.
--Climate change denialists will claim an ice age will start any day now. That is, just as soon as the warming stops...


since you are reading the future..can you tell me the mega millions pick for January 2034..I want to be rich while watching the world fall apart..
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491. Birthmark
1:48 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 490. Neapolitan:
--Climate change denialists will claim an ice age will start any day now. That is, just as soon as the warming stops...

Yep. I can hear it now. "The entire man-made warming hoax will come crashing down with solar cycle 27. A middle school teacher who took a field trip to KSC said so on his blog. Do you want to disagree with NASA?!"

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490. Neapolitan
1:45 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 481. ncstorm:


what happens in 20 years?


--Due to rising sea levels, North Carolina's Outer Banks are renamed "The Tar Heel Barrier Reef".
--Transformers 16 blows up the box office.
--The bankrupt and crumbling Independent Republic of Texas petitions the American people for a third fruitless year to please let them back into the Union, as they were only "messin' around" when they asked to be let out.
--Climate change denialists will claim an ice age will start any day now. That is, just as soon as the warming stops...
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489. hydrus
1:45 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 485. DeepSeaRising:


Far more effective in WWII than the US bazooka, the panzerfaust could be fired by one man and was a Nazi weapon much to be feared by the allies. One must question why someone would choose to name themselves after this Nazi Germany weapon. The name with the attitude toward AGW are both are the wrong side of history.
This blog gets its fair share of unusual handles. Both WW1 and WW2 were nothing short of hell on Earth.
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488. daddyjames
1:39 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Good morning from Central OK,

Schools closed again - everything left over the weekend iced up, so little one is going to be happy!

Chilly again this morning, but expected to warm up by the afternoon into the mid-40's. Let the melt begin.

Another shot at snow possible (but unlikely in my neck of the woods) this weekend. Looks like cold rain instead.

Hope all is well in your neck of the woods.

Cheers.
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487. PlazaRed
1:39 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
So while the people of some of the north American continent suffer cold, the world of viruses is becoming hot stuff.
Here's a few lines:-

"Just what we needed to hear from a scientist who revived an ancient virus frozen in ice: “We don’t understand anything anymore!”
Scientists in France have revived a 30,000-year-old virus frozen in Siberian ice."

In case anybody should want to read on a bit with this, here's the link.

Link


All for now from sunny, cool southern Europe.
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486. Doppler22
1:28 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
At 6 AM
Baltimore hit 4F at BWI
That breaks the mark set 141 years ago in 1873
*This is the COLDEST temperature EVER in Baltimore for the Month of March!

Via: Justin Berk
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485. DeepSeaRising
1:26 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
Quoting 459. panzerfaust:
I'm not sure how much more of this Global Warming we can take!

Accompanied by scoffing laughter is what I will be hearing at work today after driving in through freezing rain.

Twenty years on, that remark will not seem so droll.



Far more effective in WWII than the US bazooka, the panzerfaust could be fired by one man and was a Nazi weapon much to be feared by the allies. One must question why someone would choose to name themselves after this Nazi Germany weapon. The name with the attitude toward AGW are both are the wrong side of history.
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484. ncstorm
1:22 PM GMT on March 04, 2014
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