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#1    Jester of Dreams

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 01:36 AM

Has anyone seen the news lately?... huh.gif

A recent weather here in Oklahoma, that rainstorms, to ice and hail, then snow blizzards and thunderstorms!... ohmy.gif

That was a new one for me, lighting and snow...together... mellow.gif


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Posted 03 December 2006 - 01:38 AM

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Has anyone seen the news lately?... huh.gif

A recent weather here in Oklahoma, that rainstorms, to ice and hail, then snow blizzards and thunderstorms!... ohmy.gif

That was a new one for me, lighting and snow...together... mellow.gif

It's a storm.  What's so weird?


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Posted 03 December 2006 - 02:49 AM

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That was a new one for me, lighting and snow...together... mellow.gif


Well it's not new to meteorologists...I think that's all that matters.  happy.gif


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Posted 03 December 2006 - 02:50 AM

Everywhere in North America's been having some whacky weather lately. It's been down to -30 C (-17 F) here in Canada already, and it usually doesn't get that cold until January or so. There's also some nasty storms on the Eastern seaboard, I've heard.

Could be global warming effects I suppose, but I refuse to admit it until I can sit outside in January with my shorts on.  laugh.gif

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 04:47 AM

When I went to the Arctic some years back ('93) the people were telling me how they're starting to see plants they've never seen before and how some kids are actually gettting sunburns. Unheard of in those areas.

And this summer here in Quebec we had one hell of a weird storm - like lightening every two to three seconds - for nearly two hours straight and get this - no rain. And almost no wind. That was freaky. There were people all over the neighborhood outside watching the skies - and this was at half past midnight.

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 05:58 AM

hey in Australia its freaking summer and there was snow in some cities SNOW!!!!! Dang
One day its 9 degrees celcius the next day its 34 degrees celsius explian that. SO yeah we had a storm with lightning thunder hail snow and a dust storm all rolled into one it wasnt a fun day



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Posted 03 December 2006 - 06:11 AM

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When I went to the Arctic some years back ('93) the people were telling me how they're starting to see plants they've never seen before and how some kids are actually gettting sunburns. Unheard of in those areas.

And this summer here in Quebec we had one hell of a weird storm - like lightening every two to three seconds - for nearly two hours straight and get this - no rain. And almost no wind. That was freaky. There were people all over the neighborhood outside watching the skies - and this was at half past midnight.

Something's going on, and it ain't good.

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This year was the first year that I can ever remember going out in a t-shirt and jeans after Thanksgiving (Nov 23) here in Missouri. It didn't snow until the 1st of Dec, and man did it snow, 11 inches over night, of course all that was after the night of freezing rain. It was a very sudden winter

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 08:34 AM

Climate change people!! ohmy.gif

Here in Spain we are starting to see tornadoes and hurricanes at the west. That is abnormal at this part of the world......

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 04:42 PM

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You slowly developed a Canadian accent as I read this post  tongue.gif

This year was the first year that I can ever remember going out in a t-shirt and jeans after Thanksgiving (Nov 23) here in Missouri. It didn't snow until the 1st of Dec, and man did it snow, 11 inches over night, of course all that was after the night of freezing rain. It was a very sudden winter



we got the same thing here at my place in canada, it was + 12... in the middle of November! which is definatly not normal lol and then bam, just as it got close/hits december we got piled with snow and it dropped to like -15 to -20, but then again we always have had messed up weather in Manitoba  hmm.gif

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 04:47 PM

Yesterday I was walking round in the New Forest*, it was the first Saturday in December (19 days to the winter solstice...) and I'm in shirtsleeves!  I came home with a touch of sunburn - this says as much for the depletion of the ozone layer as climate change itself.

* It would have been a lovely day had it not been for the fox hunt (illegal, not that the police bother) within earshot.

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 05:12 PM

A tornado touched down in PA yesterday.....We had very strong winds here in MI. We missed the majority of the storm though original.gif

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 05:14 PM

One must remember, Oil was not put there for Human or other Being Use..

I Strongly believe the Oil we remove from our planet has a reason for being there, Stabalization is a possibility.

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 05:30 PM

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A tornado touched down in PA yesterday.....We had very strong winds here in MI. We missed the majority of the storm though original.gif


It seems like everyone was hit by storms yesterday.  blink.gif


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One must remember, Oil was not put there for Human or other Being Use..

I Strongly believe the Oil we remove from our planet has a reason for being there, Stabalization is a possibility.


There is no reason for it to be there, it's just the result of a chemical process.


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Posted 03 December 2006 - 06:23 PM

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There is no reason for it to be there, it's just the result of a chemical process.

Just like rock, or tree, or gas, or any other resource.

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It seems like everyone was hit by storms yesterday

Yes, we had a massive system in the states a couple days ago. St. Louis, Missouri is in a state of emergency. Many feet of snow, 50 MPH+ winds, and icy rain. Roads have been closed, and utilities knocked down.

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 06:35 PM

Global warming, HA.

It is snowing in the mountains and raining in the city. This will probably be the coldest Nov/Dec in several centuries down here.

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