Exaggerated Global Warming Claims … More Global Warming in Denver, Colorado … Biggest October Snow in 12 Years
That Pesky October Snow, Global Warming and Exaggerated Claims … Oh my!
And once again we are presented with more Global Warming and question why a Democrats are trying to force “Cap & Tax” down the throats of Americans. What, exaggerated claims from the global warming crowd with an agenda undermine the cause? Say it isn’t so! The global warming claims are exaggerated?
Excessive statements about the decline of Arctic sea ice, severe weather events and the probability of extreme warming in the next century detract from the credibility of robust findings about climate change, they said.
Such claims can easily be rebutted by critics of global warming science to cast doubt on the whole field. They also confuse the public about what has been established as fact, and what is conjecture.
It’s still October and Denver, CO is baring witness to all types of global warming as the Denver metro area have more than two-feet of snow on the ground and while major roadways are drivable.
Many areas in the southern and western parts of the metro area have more than two-feet of snow on the ground and while major roadways are drivable, side streets are a lower priority for plow crews and getting into and out of neighborhoods is presenting a lot of challenges.
Schools are closed; so many parents are putting their kids to work clearing walkways, sidewalks and driveways of all the snow that has piled up.
Climatologists at Colorado State University in Fort Collins say these types of storms, packing this much snow, in October are rare, but they do happen. Those same climatologists say in an average year parts of eastern Colorado will see about 56-inches of snow. So far, this year about 25-inches of recordable snow has fallen.