March 29, 2012
‘March summer’ linked to global warming
An early “March summer” in Canada and the United States with record high temperatures may be a symptom of global warming, researchers said.
“We’ve never seen these kinds of temperatures before,” Dave Phillips, a senior climatologist at Environment Canada, said. “It’s quite remarkable.”
“The duration, areal size, and intensity of the ‘summer in March’ heat wave are simply off-scale,” Jeff Masters of the Weather Underground Web site in San Francisco said. “The event ranks as one of North America’s most extraordinary weather events in recorded history.”
Complete nonsense – March 2012 was not as warm as March 1910, and these same geniuses are blaming the cold during March 2013 on global warming.