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83 degrees tomorrow in Northern Illinois - Chicago Area (bizarre weather)

 
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83 degrees tomorrow in Northern Illinois - Chicago Area (bizarre weather)
This is totally bizarro weather - 83 degree's tomorrow here near chicago. Normal temp should be around 30 degrees..with 40 degree's being a bit higher than average.

I remember a few years ago i was telling my mom and friends that it almost felt like that the Longitude/climate had shifted up north a bit..this was the summer of 2010 when weather started to get extremely unusual. The summer of 2010 here in the chicago area felt different than before. It felt more "tropical" in nature..very muggy and humid all through the summer with almost zero relief and this trend has not stopped since.

I told my mom that it feels like weather down in atlanta moved up to chicago..like a big shift in climate and right now this really has me wondering if that is true.

Recently i read an article about how certain plants and tree's that grew much further south ..are now growing in more northern states where they would never grow in the past.

Below is not the exact article i read..but pretty much explains what i been noticing in my area...

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RALEIGH – Area gardeners may have suspected odd weather when their rare palms, gingers and bottle brushes - which had no business growing this far north - actually survived a North Carolina winter.

Winters came and went, and the subtropical exotics continue to thrive.

U.S. agriculture officials recently confirmed what plants have been telling us for years: Winters aren’t as cold as they used to be. The temperature difference over the past two decades has caused a marked shift in this state’s winter-hardiness planting zones, the weather bands on a map that indicate where plants will grow.

According to a new zone map from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the zones have shifted by several counties in parts of the state, including a total reclassification of Johnston County from Zone 7 to Zone 8.

The difference is most noticeable along North Carolina’s southeastern rim, where the dividing line between those two zones has migrated more than 100 miles, from the Atlantic coast as far inland as Charlotte.

If the trend continues, sometime in this century Raleigh will be reclassified into the same climate zone that today includes Dallas and Montgomery, Ala. Raleigh, technically in Subzone 7B, is now less than 1 degree away from being in Zone 8.

The bands in the plant hardiness zone map represent 10-degree differences in average minimum temperatures, and even a subtle shift registers with leafy beings long before humans catch on.

“There’s no question in most of the United States we saw a shift of 2 to 3 degrees,” said Tony Avent, owner of Plant Delights Nursery in Raleigh and a technical adviser on the new map. “There’s dozens of plants you can grow in 7B that you can’t grow in 7A. It makes a huge difference.”

But gardeners take heed: Warmer weather doesn’t mean the end of those late freezes that can waste a riot of petals overnight. Warmth will confuse plants, forcing them to break dormancy weeks ahead of schedule, said Ted Bilderback, director of the J.C. Raulston Arboretum in Raleigh. These plants will go about their business, budding, blooming and leafing out as if summer were around the corner, only to be flash-frozen by an Alberta Clipper.

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Its spose to be in the 80's all week here in texas where I live too kinda strange weather for march
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Chicago Western Burb...glorious all day....

And Venus and Jupiter are chrystal clear alongwith Mars.

I do not recall ever seeing these planets with the naked eye so clearly.
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There is definitely global warming. This has been clearly established as temperatures (globaly) have risen considerably since the beginning of the industrial revolution and particularly in the last 10 years. carbon dioxide and methane contribute to the earths warming but they are not exclusively the cause, but they are a signifcant factor in tipping the scales toward an overheating planet.
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Re: 83 degrees tomorrow in Northern Illinois - Chicago Area (bizarre weather)
Actually, the normal at this time of year is 45 degrees, not 30 as you claim.
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global warmingtard alert
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There is definitely global warming. This has been clearly established as temperatures (globaly) have risen considerably since the beginning of the industrial revolution and particularly in the last 10 years. carbon dioxide and methane contribute to the earths warming but they are not exclusively the cause, but they are a signifcant factor in tipping the scales toward an overheating planet.
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Very true.

But, not caused by anything humans did, well, miniscule.
All of our solar system planets have heated up. Mars use to have icecaps at its pole...not there now.

IT'S THE SUN...
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Actually, the normal at this time of year is 45 degrees, not 30 as you claim.
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Oh, and tomorrows highs will be in the low 70's, not the 80's as you claim. Anyone can go to weather dot com and see that what this guy says is not true. In fact, the record for tomorrow is 77 degrees, which they doubt we will break. Nonetheless, all BS aside, it is warmer than normal. But in 1979, on Christmas day I was riding my motorcycle in Chicago and the temp was near 80 degrees. Shit happens, we only have 120 years of weather records, so who is to say what is normal? Perhaps the colder temps are not normal?
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ya, here too.
the trees are budding (minnesota)

i hope a freeze doesn't come off and kill the buds 'cause a few years ago this happened to our oak trees and we thought they all had died!

FREAKY WEATHER THIS.
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Chicago Western Burb...glorious all day....

And Venus and Jupiter are chrystal clear alongwith Mars.

I do not recall ever seeing these planets with the naked eye so clearly.
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Well, considering our sun is ALOT brighter, and our surrounding planets and moon reflect the sun's light back...it makes sense!sun
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There is definitely global warming. This has been clearly established as temperatures (globaly) have risen considerably since the beginning of the industrial revolution and particularly in the last 10 years. carbon dioxide and methane contribute to the earths warming but they are not exclusively the cause, but they are a signifcant factor in tipping the scales toward an overheating planet.
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Very true.

But, not caused by anything humans did, well, miniscule.
All of our solar system planets have heated up. Mars use to have icecaps at its pole...not there now.

IT'S THE SUN...
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This sounds like it has some truth to it.
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Actually, the normal at this time of year is 45 degrees, not 30 as you claim.
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NOT NORMAL...

[link to graphical.weather.gov]
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Actually, the normal at this time of year is 45 degrees, not 30 as you claim.
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NOT NORMAL...

[link to graphical.weather.gov]
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holy shit, you aren't kidding..85 in SD?

Taken alone, this would be simply just be odd weather. But I believe it goes alot deeper than that.
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Actually, the normal at this time of year is 45 degrees, not 30 as you claim.
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NOT NORMAL...

[link to graphical.weather.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12226624


holy shit, you aren't kidding..85 in SD?

Taken alone, this would be simply just be odd weather. But I believe it goes alot deeper than that.
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45 IS normal, not 30.
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Actually, the normal at this time of year is 45 degrees, not 30 as you claim.
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NOT NORMAL...

[link to graphical.weather.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12226624


holy shit, you aren't kidding..85 in SD?

Taken alone, this would be simply just be odd weather. But I believe it goes alot deeper than that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3324945


45 IS normal, not 30.
[link to gochicago.about.com]
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Forecast for tomorrow 3/14/2012
[link to weather.yahoo.com]
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Boston here, 70's the last two days. Unusually hot for march. "The Day After Tomorrow" is on t.v. .... Tornadoes and earthquakes everywhere, droughts, fires, floods, volcanos, CME solar flares, etc. etc. etc. etc. what the HELL is going on out there.
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in the 773 cemtrails all day, first north to south then east to west.FUCKING BASTARDS!!!
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There is definitely global warming. This has been clearly established as temperatures (globaly) have risen considerably since the beginning of the industrial revolution and particularly in the last 10 years. carbon dioxide and methane contribute to the earths warming but they are not exclusively the cause, but they are a signifcant factor in tipping the scales toward an overheating planet.
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81 right now in Southern IN, sunny and beautiful!
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Re: 83 degrees tomorrow in Northern Illinois - Chicago Area (bizarre weather)
It's a couple of degrees warmer where you are than it is here in the Austin, TX area, Brief. But don't worry. I'm moving back to Indiana the middle of next month, so I'm sure it will get back to cooler temperatures.
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Utah here. Last year we had snow until June. We have been in the 60's lately and I tilled the garden today. Mid March!!

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