Springtime Hot Weather In Arkansas Is A Thing Of The Past

Conway, Arkansas (near Little Rock) used to have their first 90 degree day in early May. Over the past century, that date has been getting pushed back, and now they typically won’t see a 90 degree day until early June.

You won’t hear this from government climate scientists, because they are paid to lie about the climate.

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8 Responses to Springtime Hot Weather In Arkansas Is A Thing Of The Past

  1. Norilsk says:

    When I was young, I use to think if I knew all the corruption that was going on I would fall over. It’s everywhere permeating everything. It seems like we’re on the verge of Orwell’s 1984.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey Norilsk! I know the feeling… When I was young I thought that the corruption was a failure in the system. Now I am pretty sure that the corruption is not a failure. It is the largest design feature.

      Our current government is like a summer camp for children that was designed by pedophiles.

    • gator69 says:

      Well Norilsk, now that you are old enough to appreciate just what Big Brother has done for you, it’s time to kick back and enjoy a nice cocktail with…

    • Andy DC says:

      Verge of 1984? I thought we crossed that line long ago.

  2. Frank K. says:

    Yet another success for climate scientists and their 97% consensus predictions!

    2006: “Climate change experts predict drop in Lake Erie water levels”

    Updated 7/24/2006 3:20 PM ET

    CLEVELAND (AP) — The newest update to a Lake Erie management plan predicts global warming will lead to a steep drop in water levels over the next 64 years, a change that could cause the lake’s surface area to shrink by up to 15%.


    2017: “Lake Erie inches away from hitting record-high water level”

    Updated on June 7, 2017 at 6:39 AM

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Lake Erie’s water levels are the highest they’ve been since 1998, and will remain 4 to 9 inches above normal through November.

    The latest reading measured just 7.32 inches below the all-time record high set in 1986. Within the next week, the level could increase to just 6 inches below that record.


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