USA: 358 lowest temps and 409 snowfall records broken for week ending Apr 2, 2009

USA: 358 lowest temps and 409 snowfall records broken for week ending Apr 2, 2009

Record Events for Fri Mar 27, 2009 through Thu Apr 2, 2009
Total Records: 1537
Rainfall: 511
Snowfall: 409
High Temperatures: 19
Low Temperatures: 196
Lowest Max Temperatures: 358
Highest Min Temperatures: 44

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4 Responses to “USA: 358 lowest temps and 409 snowfall records broken for week ending Apr 2, 2009”

  1. reasonmclucus

    Thanks for the map. the great weather god “Global Warming” can make it cold as well as warm.At least I guess Rev. Al Gore’s disciples will give “Global WArming” the credit.

  2. All-time Snow Records Tumbling Again for the Second Straight Year « Watts Up With That?

    […] here how an amazing 358 lowest temperature records and 409 snowfall records were broken for the week […]

  3. RoofKitty

    Preswident Obama’s new science advisor, John Holdren, said yesterday (8 April 2009) that global warming could soon reach a “tipping point” increasing chances of chances of “really intolerable consequences.”

    Holdren told The Associated Press in his first interview since being confirmed last month that the idea of geoengineering the climate is being discussed.

    Remember the good old days when the saying went: “Everybody talks about the weather, but no one does anything about it.”

  4. 2010vision

    Excellent data, GF! Let’s get busy defeating the new Earth-worship religion and the Global Warming cult, before they cause more Americans to completely lose their minds and further jeopardize our freedom.

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