Good thing they changed the name of Global Warming to Climate Change.
Its snowing in Central Texas
Yes - I can see it would be hard for you to understand how the planet warming up causes snow to fall in Texas. Don't tax your brain too much trying.
not here at Dallas ATexan, it all went there LOL, BRRRRRRR
so thats where it went! I was wondering where all our snow went this year!!
trust me... you get used to it after the first few hundred feet
I wear shorts here in Canada too during the winter...
4 pairs of them... under 3 pairs of pants and 6 blankets
I understand, this is a freak occurance that will last a few hours as it does every ten years, then back to sitting outside with a cold beer! Poor Mark thinks its the beginning of the end!
No sweetie - poor Mark was explaining that it doesn't mean the planet is not warming up. Like I said - don't tax your brain too much.
You need a large placard that reads "The end is near" and then stand on a corner preaching the word of God, I knew you were a closet christian!
Aww sweetie - no one said anything about the end being near. I was just trying to help you understand that just because it is snowing - this is not proof that the earth is not warming up. I can see you are not interested though. Go roll a snowman or something.
Amen, Brother Mark, amen. :lol:ll Sell your "Apocalypse now" scenario's to Ron Montgomery, he's actually impressed by you!
Tex, I want to thank you for taking the weather bullet for the East Coast. You the man!
Wow, the weather man might be right then. They were saying light snow here tomorrow.
Send some of it a little north so we can get some of that snow. lol
Seeks southern Arkansas is missing out this year as usual. Was hoping for snow this year. We have had a dusting, but I want snow.
It's snowing lightly here in Wirral, England, too. I hope it doesn't stick.
Cool Texan. Here in Tennessee, Gore's home state, we got more snow so far than we've had in 50 years. By the way, where's Al???
I think that is awesome (weird by awesome), enjoy my friend, you may never see it in central Texas again
Dittos. I was a bit surprised Texan knew what snow was.
This really isn't that unusual, happens at least once a decade.
We'v got some snow here but then again it is England and sow is expected.
Snow in Texas! must admit it sounds pretty exciting.
Last week we had 6" yesterday we had 8"....this is getting old now. Waitin for spring. Enjoy your snow if you like that, and if you don't....well can't mess with "Mother Nature" right?
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