Thursday, October 15, 2009

Tri-Staters 'Shocked' By Early Snow

Of course they're shocked, CBS. You morons have been telling them the Earth is heating up for 10 years...AND IT'S NOT!!! Manmade climate change: RIP.


A thin blanket of snow covered grass, trees, and cars in Vernon, N.J. on Oct. 15, 2009 as an early nor'easter pushed through the region.

It's Oct. 15. Dig out those hats, scarves, and … snow shovels?

The tri-state was walloped by its first nor'easter of the season, and some parts of New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut saw heavy snow showers fall throughout the day.

CBS 2's Megan Glaros was in Vernon, N.J. where the flakes were still falling on Thursday evening.

"I hate it! This shouldn't be happening now," said Vernon resident Angela Warren. "I like it when it comes after Thanksgiving or right around Christmas, but it's too early for this."

[From Mid-October Snow Shocks Tri-Staters - ]