Warmer, wetter climate is the new normal

  • Article by: BILL McAULIFFE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 1, 2011 - 7:42 AM

New calculations of climate "normals" indicate temperatures will be milder in January and precipitation peaks will be higher.

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muskiedogJul. 1, 11 7:50 AM

It's always changing. I thought we could use micor-climate events to tell us if it is or isn't global arming.

So what is the constant the earth is to stay at?

There is never a normal with weather or climate. It is always a changing.

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landry1Jul. 1, 11 8:10 AM

Gee it was colder in Jan and FEb.
A few muggy days and articles like these appear. The "climate change" fraud continually reinvents itself.
News flash... the climate is always changing, the "norm" has always been change.
Lose the sky is falling antics and KEEP YOU CARBON TAXES OUT OF THE USA.

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mtommyJul. 1, 11 8:45 AM

The 70's were below normal according to reporting during the decade (see Time magazine's "Ice Age" issue). Still, the overall change is somewhat remarkable.

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uffda57Jul. 1, 1112:31 PM

That's right, deniers, nothing to see here, just move along and ignore the reality around you. It's not the Mississippi that flows through the Twin Cities, it's De Nial.

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chuckynarzJul. 1, 11 1:42 PM

Warmer temps killing the moose? Um, no. The number of wolves has increased, in turn, eating more moose.

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RF6700Jul. 2, 11 2:18 AM

Funny how the "Global Warming" stories surface only on the hottest days of the summer. Don't hear a peep about it on record cold days in the middle of winter!

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