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Is Climate Change Responsible for Snow in Northern New England?

It never fails. Just when we think we have everything figured out, it changes. We feel as though we have a particular portion of the creation decoded, and then there is another wrinkle. Or, we make a bold, definitive statement and the very opposite happens.

This happens to meteorologists all the time. They call for rain, no rain. They say the sun will peak out, but no sun. There is a joke where I am from that speaks to this.

“What two professions can you miss fifty percent of the time and still not get fired? Baseball and weatherman.” And this has gotten worse since the late 90’s. We are supposed to have oceanfront property in Tennessee by now or something. But the predictions have been so wrong that they have had to change the name of the phenomenon from “Global Warming” to “Climate Change.” The science is so sure that they want to make it illegal to question its existence.

But, once again, God has the last laugh. Now, with Spring over a month old, we are seeing snow storms in the North East.

Fox reports

It’s late April, but it’s not too late for snow in northern New England.
Parts of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont were set to get a couple of inches before the snow tapered off Tuesday afternoon, said National Weather Service meteorologist Andy Pohl.

Areas along the Maine and New Hampshire coast were expected to get 1 or 2 inches of snow, with up to 4 inches possible in higher terrain areas farther inland. In Montpelier, Vermont, a blanket of wet snow covered the grass and blooming daffodils on the State House lawn.

It is funny that they do not even try to explain this. They just act like it has not happened, or worse; they hope you do not notice the way this destroys their claims. I mean did they not claim that snow was going to be a thing of the past by the year 2000?

But the money machine known as green energy keeps on going while the world pretends the joke is not on them.

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