Cold March may make spring more welcome

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  • Updated: March 30, 2013 - 11:07 PM

Last year’s March was balmy. This year’s was anything but.

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davewtcMar. 30, 13 9:24 PM

"... migrating waterfowl haven’t shown much interest in returning to Minnesota because lakes and wetlands remain frozen." How do they know that?

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dahutysMar. 31, 13 2:23 AM

I'm kind of dumbfounded by the picture accompanying this article. They don't even hide the eggs...they just drop them on the ground in piles, in plain sight? Where's the fun (or the "hunt") in that?

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herby2013Mar. 31, 13 1:37 PM

Last year the global warming activists were screaming, "Global warming! Global warming!," because the temperature was above average. But they remain surprisingly silent when the temperature is way below average, as it was for most of March. It's called natural variation. Not "climate change" as an excuse to raise taxes.

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jimjimjimjimMar. 31, 13 4:21 PM

"the coldest March since 2002" --- I really miss all the global warming. Oh wait, this is just a WEATHER event. Of course, last March was not a weather event, it was proof of global warming.

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davewtcMar. 31, 13 5:53 PM

@davewtc Mar. 30, 13 9:24 PM Who would vote that down? I meant how do the BIRDS know that!!!

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borisbadenovApr. 1, 13 5:54 PM

Global warming is now responsible for thicker ice in Antarctica! "Climate change is expanding Antarctica's sea ice, according to a scientific study in the journal Nature Geoscience".

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