La Niña, which contributed to extreme weather around the globe during the first half of 2011 (including record snowfall), has re-emerged
7 Sep 11 – “Al Gore recently said something that struck me as absolutely bizarre,”
“We always go out to fill our annual supply of blue berries, huckleberry berries, salmon berries, currents, low bush and high bush cranberries,”
1 Sep 11 – In January 2010, parts of Florida were hit with an historic cold wave, the coldest since records began in 1873.
2 Sep 11 – The newly discovered fault stretches about 20 miles (32.2 km) from the northern flank of Mount Hood to the Columbia River.
3 Sep 11 – This year, the U.S. has had a record 10 weather catastrophes costing more than a billion dollars:
2 Sep 11 – “Wow. This could be a very heavy, prolific rainmaker,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Frank Revitte.
14 Sep 11 – The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the central and southwest mountains of Colorado,
1 Sep 11 – Snow started falling during the day Wednesday in the Canadian Rockies and will continue in some areas across the northern Rockies of the U.S. early today
29 Aug 11 – Here’s Al Gore being interviewed by Alex Bogusky of The Climate Reality Project. What a sleaze ball!