2017 : Alaskan Missed The Cold Weather

In 2017 CNN said Alaska was hot and the North Pole was 50 degrees above average temperature due to global warming. They said people in Alaska missed the cold weather.

The agony of Earth’s hottest year | CNN

Now people in Alaska are complaining about endless winter, cold and record snow.

Alaska Science Forum: Endless northern winter about to end | Juneau Empire

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8 Responses to 2017 : Alaskan Missed The Cold Weather

  1. rah says:

    I’ve got nearly an inch of snow here at my central Indiana home and it’s still coming down! Supposed to turn to rain later today but the fact that It’s sticking is what’s getting me. It’s friggin winter wonderland out there!

    • Michael Peinsipp says:

      New York State is to get +- 2′ of snow this week.
      The main problem is that people forget and/or ignore history.
      In the 70’s, ICE AGE, in the 80’s ACID RAIN, in the 90’s OZONE GONE, and now Climate change, Climate disruption, Global warming and ‘We’re all going to BURN”!!!
      Idjits all.
      Want to know the Weather – go out with your hand extended – wet = rain, snow = snowing, hot = sunny, etc etc etc

      • rah says:

        Oh yeah. I watch Joe Bastardi’s Saturday Summary at https://www.weatherbell.com/
        every Saturday night or Sunday morning.

        He was saying the lower great lakes across PA and up into New England were going to get it and the higher elevations are going to get a lot! Old team mate of mine that lives in Maine sent out a pic from his home showing a couple feet of snow and he with a disgusted look on his face with snow shovel in hand. Old Ron is going to be doing some more shoveling it seems.

        Joe says it is looking like most of the country will be colder than usual right up through May! Even the Ohio Valley will be seeing frosts the first week of that month. Only the Texas and the extreme SW are showing warmer than average temps during that period.

        It’s not like it doesn’t happen. I remember going to the Indy 500 in 1994 with my brother. We were bundled up in winter coats. Little Al Unser won that year but it was a long race because of the yellows. Restarts on cold tires and time and time again someone would hit the wall in the first turn.

        • spren says:

          I regard Joe Bastardi and Joe D’Aleo from Weatherbell as among the best meteorologists going for accuracy. When they give their prognostications about tropical storms you can usually take them to the bank. If either Joe tells me to be worried and prepare, I take them seriously.

      • John Sutcliffe says:

        There is a piece of string hanging off a stump at the Ouyen Victoria Australia Irrigation Department, The accompanying sign states:
        If the string is hanging down it is calm.
        If the string is horizontal it is windy.
        If the string is wet it is raining.
        If the string is stiff it is frosty.
        Send some string to the IPCC.

  2. rah says:

    People say it’s “just weather” but the fact is that according to the alarmists we are not supposed to be getting this kind of weather at this time of year anymore.

  3. Lynne Balzer says:

    Well, Hazel, someone should tell you that weather is not climate. That’s what they always tell us when we have an extended cold spell here in Oklahoma. Just because you’re having some unusually warm weather Alaska doesn’t mean your cold weather is over. We go by AVERAGES over a period of at least 20 years.

    • rah says:

      “Climate Change” is quite mobile. It is constantly moving to where ever the weather is warmer that usual or where there is severe weather or drought, or floods, or wild fires.

      At the Antarctic it wasn’t present when it was the coldest six months on record winter before last. But at the end of this summer down there when a giant ice cube broke off after far warmer than usual temps that were still below freezing, “Climate Change” was present.

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