18th November - Today's News: Snow Covers Half Contiguous USA

Arctic blast that killed 11 people over the weekend sweeps across the US, leaving half of lower 48 states covered in snow - and it is events like this that on the face of it (if you dont think about it) seem to support the assertions of a so-called climatologist: 30-year cold spell strikes Earth.  In fact, it seems he's just a (former?) aeronautical engineer (working on a space shuttle doesn't make you a climate expert) and is selling a book which, typically, predicts really catastrophic cold weather in about 10 years time: soon enough for the gullible to worry about, but far enough off that by the time it doesn't happen they will have forgotten who scammed them into beleiving in it.   Meanwhile, it has just been discovered that the World extends beyond the borders of the contiguous US states - and it's getting warmer.... Earth has warmest October on record as ocean temperatures top charts (according to NASA, JMA and UAH - NOAA data not yet in) keeping us well on track for the warmest year on record.

Heatwave hell as 5000 dead bats drop from trees in Casino, northern NSW

Taps run dry in Sao Paulo drought

And as predicted, the MetO issued a rebuttal to the nonsense stories about a record wet winter, basically just reiterating what I said here yesterday.  But that hasn't stopped the Metro from repeating it all again today.....  One does wonder whether anyone in the media ever gets news from the source these days, or do they just rely on what they read in the media, accepting it as true without question?


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