March 2, 2009
Filed under USA, Washington DC
Tags: Alabama, Atlanta, carolina, chilly, climate change, cold, cold temperatures, Florida, georgia, global cooling, Global Freeze, global warming, global warming protest, james hansen, snow, snowfall, temperature, temperatures, USA, Washington, Washington DC, weather, winter
Mar 1, 2009
One area that appears to be in store for a significant snowfall is Washington, D.C. where a massive global warming protest is planned for Monday. It is being billed as one of the largest ever global warming protests in the U.S. Mother nature will not make it easy as Winter Storm Warnings are posted for the area and snow accumulations could reach as high as 6-8″ with locally higher amounts south and east of the nations capitol.
January 17, 2009
When temperatures dip into the single-digits as they did Friday morning, people who work or live outside bear the brunt of it.
Workers for Huntsville Utilities, for example, were out in 9-degree weather early Friday, scrambling to fix power lines snapped by the deep freeze, temporarily leaving 2,000 people without power on the coldest morning here in five years.
9 December 2008
NOVEMBER 2008 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR HUNTSVILLE AND MUSCLE SHOALS
MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURES FOR NOVEMBER WERE BELOW NORMAL FOR EACH LOCATION. THIS WAS THE COOLEST NOVEMBER SINCE 1997 AT THE SHOALS…AND THE COOLEST SINCE 2002 AT HUNTSVILLE.