Saturday, December 11, 2010

Global Warming my ass

MINNEAPOLIS – A powerful snowstorm socked the upper Midwest on Saturday with as much as 20 inches of snow, forcing authorities to close state roads across five states as heavy winds made for treacherous driving conditions.

The snowstorm was expected to be followed by dangerous cold. North Dakota experienced wind chills of 20 degrees below zero, and the arctic air was expected to drop temperatures below zero by Sunday night throughout the Dakotas and in parts of Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

3 comments:

BillyBob said...

Even here in Missouri today it's about 12 degrees and the wind is howling. At least the snow from last night quit. Damn I hate winter...

YOLO said...

Here in wisconsin, 10 inches snow from 5 pm sat to 5 am sunday, and not a fun 10 inches either!! now its howlin' like charliegoddammit out there! HELP, and bring shovels ;)))

Tango said...

Yes, Global Warming also caused the temperature so high that it forced the massive amounts of snow to collapse the roof of the Metrodome in MN, too.

http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2010/12/12/nr.metrodome.collapse.video.foxsports?hpt=T2