Post by Gregory of Yardale
Global Warming threatens to “obliterate” the breeding season for migratory birds. And by Global Warming, I mean, record cold temperatures and neverending winter in northern Canada.
May temperatures in northern Manitoba were almost four degrees C below the long-term average of -0.7, and in early June, temperatures averaged three degrees below normal.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration images confirm snow and ice blanket all of northern Manitoba, part of northern Ontario and almost all of the eastern Arctic as of June 12. U.S. arieal flight surveys confirm the eastern Arctic has no sign of spring so far.
“I have lived in Churchill since the 1950s, and this the latest spring I have ever seen here,” said local resident Pat Penwarden. “The spring of 1962 was almost this bad.”
Six-foot snowdrifts blocked Churchill-area roads. A thick blanket of snow, in places three- and four-feet deep, coated 90 per cent of the local taiga in northern Manitoba.
Remember, Congress on Friday is going to vote to raise taxes $3,000 per family per year and obliterate 3,000,000 jobs in the name of ManBearPig. (Which the legislation would do practically nothing to alleviate anyway.)