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It's FRIGGING FREEZING here (Mr. Bigglesworth)! Lower than minus 10 here at nights, plus now it's snowing like Mad and will continue to do so looks like for the foreseeable future according to the forecast. Which is also about a month early for this kind of weather! Usually doesn't start to snow until after Xmas or get to these low temps.

Must be from the extra water levels not only in the oceans but in the air from the more intense sun my gut tells me. And for those wishing to prove AA wrong, it's weird weather across the board. No way can we go into uncharted territory and get everything right. But since most place's 'usual' weather patters have all but been obliterated, I'd say he's still right on the money.

Again, It's called 'uncharted territory'.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29110076

OMG OMG it is COLD in KOREA in DECEMBER!!!!!!!!

ding long

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29077765

Good one. you missed it though,

Unusual Weather Patterns

Shit, the weathermen have always been bad, but never this bad at predicting the weather...they can't even get the next day right. I've noticed this in the past few months.

But those of us with a keen eye and some experience under our belt can notice the changes, albeit admittedly slight perhaps at times. You, on the other hand, would look for instance on the turned yellow- and red-brownish leaves on the trees, and would just think: "Nothing out of the ordinary here Surely! Why they've changed color and that's all that matters--just the bit the same as always and forever, Amen!"

To AA: I don't know if you've answered this before, but wanted to ask you what your take was on the Norway Spiral. And other similar sightings around places like China or NZ was it?
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