Global Warming Continues On The East Coast

Jeff Masters recently explained that global warming leads to 80 degree weather in March, which he considers extreme.

Severe freeze threatens Vermont crop damage
Posted on April 27, 2012 by Matt Sutkoski

A very hard freeze is due tonight and Saturday night, which means there could be some serious orchard and other damage to agriculture in Vermont, especially in the Champlain Valley.

The National Weather Service in South Burlington has posted a freeze warning  for the Champlain Valley for temperatures expected to be in the low to mid 20s by morning.

Severe freeze threatens Vermont crop damage 

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3 Responses to Global Warming Continues On The East Coast

  1. Andy DC says:

    Pleasant 80’s in March is the work of the rich, evil Republican males, but a hard freeze destroying crops at the end of April is the act of a loving God in perfect harmony with nature.

  2. mkelly says:

    60-90% of tart cherry’s are lost due to cold in parts of Michigan and some 50% of apple crop lost along with them. Cold kills warms grows.

  3. miked1947 says:

    After a chilly start, it warmed to 84 today for my ride through the Smokies and foot hills.
    Nasty Global Warming is causing pleasant weather again.

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