Sunday, March 30, 2008

N.H. snowfall nearing all-time record...IN LATE MARCH!

While icebergs are breaking apart and killing seals, winter in America (and most of the rest of the flat earth) threatens to continue into April. The story below is from March 28, 2008.

Again, if you consider empirical evidence like crumbling ice in the Antarctic, you also must consider the voluminous stories about the winter this year that erased 100 years of "warming" in one season!

N.H. snowfall now 3rd in all-time list -

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Today's snow has moved New Hampshire up a notch in the list of all-time snowy winters, making this the snowiest winter in 135 years.

The National Weather Service says that as of 7 a.m., an inch of snow had fallen in Concord from the latest storm. That inch moved the state into third place for all-time snowfall, at 113.4 inches. It hasn't snowed this much since the winter of 1872-73.

While seals continue "dying" in the Antarctic due to AGW-created melting ice, seal hunters in Canada have a different, opposing problem. Huh?

Thick ice hinders Canada's controversial seal hunt | Environment | Reuters:

CHARLOTTETOWN, Prince Edward Island (Reuters) - Canada's annual seal hunt, which the government promised would be more humane this year, cranked up slowly on Friday because of thick ice.

The government is allowing hunters to kill up to 275,000 young harp seals on the ice floes off Eastern Canada, but only three had been reported killed on the first morning of the hunt in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

"It's a very slow start," said Phil Jenkins, spokesman for the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, noting that sealing boats were finding it difficult to get to the herds because of thick ice.

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