Cooling: Record Low Temperatures Hit America
Record low temperatures have hit dozens of areas across America as a natural period of global cooling accelerates, leaving man-made global warming advocates with egg on their face as the big chill sets in.
Data compiled by the IceAgeNow website shows that record lows are being matched and broken on an almost daily basis in states throughout the U.S. as the country prepares for a freezing cold winter.
Record lows have been matched or beaten in the following states over the course of the last two weeks.
Corpus Christi, TX - 39 Degrees Fahrenheit
Montague, CA - 26 Degrees Fahrenheit
Rome, OR Breaks old record of 20 set
in 1980 - 15 Degrees Fahrenheit
Marquette, MI - 21 Degrees
Butte, MT Breaks old record of 13 set
in 1969 - 10 Degrees Fahrenheit
Grand Canyon, AZ - 36 Degrees
Tucson shatters old record low
Record low temps in four states:
Record cold highs
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Record snowfall levels as well as earliest snow records have also been measured in numerous areas, including Dodge City, KS, Stevens Pass, Washington, Billings, MT, Boise, and Valdez, AK.
As we reported last week, global warming fearmongers like the World Wildlife Fund are having to resort to deception as a clear trend of global cooling unfolds. In a recent report, the WWF cited shrinking Arctic ice coverage to suggest climate change is "faster and more extreme" than first thought, while failing to acknowledge that Arctic sea ice expanded over an area bigger than the size of Germany during the year of 2008.
"Sunspot counts are at a 50-year low," says solar physicist David Hathaway of the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. "We're experiencing a deep minimum of the solar cycle."
Which is why we are seeing evidence of natural global cooling all over the planet - Alaskan glaciers growing for the first time in 250 years, unprecedented ice storms in Kenya, China experiencing its coldest winter in 100 years, many parts of the U.S. suffering their coldest April on record along with record snowfall, Britain suffering its coldest Easter in decades, Sydney Australia suffering its coldest summer in 50 years.
All the evidence is screaming out that the planet has now embarked on a cooling trend to follow the natural warming trend that caused Arctic ice to shrink in the first place, just as natural global warming caused Greenland to be green thousands of years ago when it was a lush forest and when temperatures were on average 5 °C (9 °F) higher than today.
But the high priests of the religion of global warming are not apt to allow anything - not even record low temperatures - to challenge their collective belief system, which is why "global warming" quickly began being referred to as "climate change" after global warming tailed off following the end of the last century.
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