Saturday, July 18, 2009

Empirical Cold Continues Into Summer

More and more empirical evidence stories that continue the steady drone of the AGW myth's demise. In North Dakota:

With a summer like this, you can`t tell my Dad there`s global warming.

"I think Al Gore and his group should be out here and tell us about this global warming stuff. I think he might have a change of mind. We`ve had a cool July,” says Orlan Dreyer, Willow City Farmer

July mornings aren`t supposed to be 50 degrees, but once again today, we`re seeing temperatures well below normal. With two inches of rain on my wheat crop in the last two weeks, we have plenty of moisture to carry us for awhile.

[From On The Farm: Nick`s Wheat on KFYR-TV North Dakota's NBC News Leader]

Same story in Wisconsin:  

If you have plans to visit a waterpark on Friday, the trip could be more chilling than thrilling.
Record low high temperatures are forecast for southern Wisconsin on Friday as a very cool Canadian air mass covers the region.

The high on Friday is only expected to be in the low 60s, which would be under the record coldest high temperature in Madison for July 17 of 67 degrees, set in 1900.

[From news: Record cold predicted for Friday ]