Second Coldest May On Record in Boulder

So far this month, we are having our second coldest May on record in Boulder. It is supposed to be warm on May 31, which may save us from being the coldest May on record. Temperatures have averaged 14 degrees cooler than May, 1934.

NCAR Foothills Lab Weather (english, monthly)

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6 Responses to Second Coldest May On Record in Boulder

  1. Rah says:

    Plenty cool up here in Holland, MI. Sipper punched two holes in the roof of my trailer while unloading and I’ve been sitting here for hours. Finally repaired so they can load me and I can go on my way back to Anderson.

  2. ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N says:

    Package up and send whatever temperature you have left downunder because Southern Australia’s really cold now because climate change. It’s got nothing to do with the oncoming winter season – so they tell us.

  3. Psalmon says:

    The science is settled…the Hockey Stick has been confirmed.

    http://graphs.water-data.com/ucsnowpack/

  4. Jason O'Connell says:

    Are you saying that the climate is changing? You understand that cold spells are a consequence of global warming, yes?

    • tonyheller says:

      You understand that you have no clue what you are talking about?

    • Gator says:

      You understand that cold spells are a consequence of global warming, yes?

      Yes Jason, just as Summer is a consequence of Winter. Without warmer periods you do not get cooler periods, and vice versa. These are called cyclical patterns, and they have been around for billions of years. Are you figuring this out just now? Low info comment much?

      Now do you have anything of value to add, or are you here simply to demonstrate blinding glimpses of the obvious and your wealth of ignorance?

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