Nice Minnesota spring, eh?

  • Article by: Star Tribune Editorial
  • Updated: April 18, 2013 - 6:45 PM

No, and let’s not talk about it anymore.

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sadsadsadApr. 18, 13 8:54 PM

I am getting out my Christmas decorations and am putting a wreath on the front door. Might as well enjoy the season again.

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duweihaoApr. 18, 13 8:56 PM

I hereby vow that: “I will refrain from discussing the stinking weather with anyone until the thermometer hits 60 somewhere in Minnesota.”

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davehougApr. 18, 13 9:57 PM

And just think, in two months the days start getting shorter again :)

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handsomepeteApr. 19, 13 1:36 AM

Funny how the "global warming" crowd is silent now that our temperatures are running 20 degrees BELOW NORMAL. Huh? In fact, our temperatures have been running well below normal for the past few months. The average high temperature in the Twin Cities for this time of year is 60-61 degrees.

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supervon2Apr. 19, 13 6:04 AM

I think I saw Al Gore stuck in a showdrift at a global warming gathering.

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alanhookApr. 19, 13 7:09 AM

Global warming is not just about the weather here in Minnesota, but about the rapid rate the glacierss are melting!

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ZossimaApr. 19, 13 8:22 AM

Weather? What weather?

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gandalf48Apr. 19, 13 8:58 AM

You people have to understand that warm weather and cold weather are both causes of global warming. There is absolutely no way to disprove global warming since bad weather (warm or cold) is directly caused by global warming. The theory of global warming cannot be disproved then it is no longer in the realm of science and is instead a belief system...trying to bring up facts with a global warmer is pointless.

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garagewineApr. 19, 13 9:31 AM

Pretty sad that someone would choose to spend 10 paragraphs talking about this. Even sadder that a major-market newspaper would see it as fit to print.

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rlundl02Apr. 19, 1312:41 PM

Whenever a first snowfall came late in December, or we had unseasonably nice weather in January or February, my Mom said, "this will make winter seem shorter." Today, I think you could say, "this will make summer seem shorter."

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