Major U.S. cities headed for coldest April in recorded history

On track to be a record cold April across the east.

“Some cities in the east are experiencing temperatures a full 10 to 15 degrees F colder than normal, says meteorologist Jaclyn Whittal. Those cities include Buffalo, Chicago and Detroit.

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6 thoughts on “Major U.S. cities headed for coldest April in recorded history”

  1. ahh NOW i see why britains homicide rate was higher than chicagos;-)
    the cold weathers kept the gangbangers inside cos their butts get chilled and their ankles get soaked wearing those ridiculous pants;-)

  2. so much for that Climate Change garbage! Those words should not be used unless it refers to naturally occurring climate cycles. In this case, it relates to climatic cooling.

  3. Barb, Central NY, USA. The spring tree leaves are not greening…it’s all brown. Maybe I’m wrong, but should transition from red budding to greening new leaf growth. Not happening yet…looks like brown new leafs starting in the woods all around me. Dandelion weeds finally growing. No flowers yet; they are usually one of the first flowers and every where here. The leaves of these “weeds” look narrower and darker. I like to pick them for my rabbits, so I am noticing the texture and shape difference. Less photosynthesis? Maybe combined with the cold? Looks like a bad sign for summer crops to me. Is there any data on how the last solar minimum affected tree leaf color and native common plants? The wildlife has come down from the hills. Higher up you go…more brown. Turkeys, deer, hawks, and even eagles have been coming closer to the house looking for food. Is anybody else noticing anything like this?

  4. This and a lot worse is what happens when the North Atlantic Gulf Stream goes belly up. Professor of Hydrodynamics at the Frescati Institute in Italy, Gianluigi Zangari said that as of July 2010 the Gulf Stream is DEAD ! Did anyone get the message ? Well as the next Ice Age starts to kill off a good percentage of the human species I think a few individuals dotted about might start to get the message.

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