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10 Weirdest Things About March 2012 Weather

 
psyoptics

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03/27/2012 10:07 AM

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Portugal is in a serious situation, we continue in extreme drought state with no rain, temp rising to 30s and moderate to strong winds! Please God send us rain!
 Quoting: Luisport

as well as us here in the north east USA.

this last weekend was to be 3 days of rain....what we did get could not even wet the ground under the trees and bushes. flower and and small plants are all dying i fear for all the flowering trees as to be the next to have trouble.
we have been under several fire warning since feb...never happened my lifetime. this is when we get the rain.

it is so odd to live 10 blocks from the atlantic ocean and watch all the plant growth dye from lack of water!
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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03/27/2012 10:13 AM

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Waaaaaaaaa, the USA gets one year of strange weather and you guys think something strange is going on? 1rof1
 Quoting: MarketSellOff


must be nice to live in denial...
when was the last time you heard MAINE under a RED FLAG warning?....in early spring!!! and NYC...NJ...PA...CT...
all the flowers came out 2 months early and now are dying.
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03/27/2012 10:24 AM

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What do you think about that?


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03/28/2012 03:42 PM
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Deadly weather disasters predicted
March 29, 2012
4:59AM

GLOBAL warming is leading to such severe storms, droughts and heatwaves that nations should prepare for an unprecedented onslaught of deadly and costly weather disasters, an international panel of climate scientists said in a new report.
The greatest danger from extreme weather is in highly populated, poor regions of the world, the report warns, but no corner of the globe - from Mumbai to Miami - is immune.
The document by a Nobel Prize-winning panel of climate scientists forecasts stronger tropical cyclones and more frequent heat waves, deluges and droughts.
The 594-page report blames the scale of recent and future disasters on a combination of man-made climate change, population shifts and poverty.
In the past, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, founded in 1988 by the United Nations, has focused on the slow inexorable rise of temperatures and oceans as part of global warming. This report by the panel is the first to look at the less common but far more noticeable extreme weather changes, which recently have been costing on average about $US80 billion ($76.75 billion) a year in damage.
"We mostly experience weather and climate through the extreme," said Stanford University climate scientist Chris Field, who is one of the report's top editors. "That's where we have the losses. That's where we have the insurance payments. That's where things have the potential to fall apart.
"There are lots of places that are already marginal for one reason or another," Mr Field said. But it's not just poor areas: "There is disaster risk almost everywhere."
The scientists said that some places, particularly parts of Mumbai in India, could become uninhabitable from floods, storms and rising seas. In 2005, over 24 hours nearly one metre of rain fell on the city, killing more than 1000 people and causing massive damage. Roughly 2.7 million people live in areas at risk of flooding.
Other cities at lesser risk include Miami, Shanghai, Bangkok, China's Guangzhou, Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City, Burma's Rangoon and India's Kolkata. The people of small island nations, such as the Maldives, may also need to abandon their homes because of rising seas and fierce storms.
"The decision about whether or not to move is achingly difficult and I think it's one that the world community will have to face with increasing frequency in the future," Mr Field said overnight.
The study said forecasts that some tropical cyclones - which includes hurricanes in the United States - will be stronger because of global warming, but the number of storms should not increase and may drop slightly.
Some other specific changes in severe weather that the scientists said they had the most confidence in predicting include more heatwaves and record hot temperatures worldwide, increased downpours in Alaska, Canada, northern and central Europe, East Africa and north Asia.
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03/28/2012 06:27 PM
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Phooey on "global warming!"

If the planet was warming, we would not have had record cold and snow in the US last winter, nor the same in Europe this winter.


The planet is off-kilter for OTHER reasons, possibly a slow magnetic pole shift. But NOT because we're burning gasoline.
We've been burning gas for 100 YEARS... you mean it takes 100 years for the planet to start reacting to the exhaust from automobiles.

Get a grip, you lefties.
NiNzrez (OP)

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03/29/2012 05:39 PM

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last week most of the northeast saw record hight in the 80s
this week.. SNOW! AND FREEZE WARNINGS

Spring Snow on Tap for Northeast
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Phooey on "global warming!"

If the planet was warming, we would not have had record cold and snow in the US last winter, nor the same in Europe this winter.


The planet is off-kilter for OTHER reasons, possibly a slow magnetic pole shift. But NOT because we're burning gasoline.
We've been burning gas for 100 YEARS... you mean it takes 100 years for the planet to start reacting to the exhaust from automobiles.

Get a grip, you lefties.
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So, look @ the moon too.
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03/29/2012 07:06 PM
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Re: 10 Weirdest Things About March 2012 Weather
last week most of the northeast saw record hight in the 80s
this week.. SNOW! AND FREEZE WARNINGS

Spring Snow on Tap for Northeast
[link to www.weather.com]
 Quoting: NiNzrez


I know :( That's me ......
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I am surprised that I have yet to read any information here about HAARP. Is this information that unknown to people around the world. Wether you you are really looking for an answer or not, this is something that really needs to be looked into.

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