Monday, June 1, 2009

June 2009: Freeze Warning for NY

More empirical evidence that the warmaholics—including those in the media--will ignore. They’ll, of course, tout anything empirical that they say supports their contention of manmade warming—hurricanes, melting ice, tornados, etc.

Yep, you read it right, folks. 1 June—summertime—and there’s A FREAKIN’ FREEZE WARNING!

May to go out under a freeze watch

The National Weather Service has issued a freeze watch for many parts of New York from Sunday through Monday morning, including Oneida County.

Widespread frost and freeze conditions are possible tonight and into early Monday morning.

The region’s low temperature for today is expected to be about 36 degrees, which also is the record low temperature for May 31, according to WKTV meteorologists and weather archives.

The record was set in 1966.

A low of 50 degrees is expected for Monday.