Philadelphia's Hottest Summer Follows Snowiest Winter

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Philadelphia's Hottest Summer Follows Snowiest Winter

Post by ziggy on Fri Sep 24, 2010 5:07 pm

In the wake of one of the most intense winter and summer seasons on record in the Northeast, the region had its share of extreme weather so far this year.

Philadelphia is no exception. The city had both the snowiest winter and hottest summer on record this year.

http://www.accuweather.com/blogs/news/story/37811/philadelphias-hottest-summer-f.asp




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Re: Philadelphia's Hottest Summer Follows Snowiest Winter

Post by SheikBen on Thu Dec 09, 2010 9:33 am

I believe it is snowiest when teht emperature is closest to freezing, so this makes sense.

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Re: Philadelphia's Hottest Summer Follows Snowiest Winter

Post by ziggy on Thu Dec 09, 2010 5:10 pm

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Re: Philadelphia's Hottest Summer Follows Snowiest Winter

Post by SamCogar on Fri Dec 10, 2010 10:58 am

The city had both the snowiest winter and hottest summer on record this year.

Every town, city and garbage dump that the AGW'ers have calculated the temperatures on for 2010 .... has turned out to be "its hottest spring, summer or fall ...... or week, month or year on record" ... since records have been kept for the past 100+ years.

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Re: Philadelphia's Hottest Summer Follows Snowiest Winter

Post by SheikBen on Sat Dec 11, 2010 3:07 pm

Indeed, Sam. Figures don't lie but liers figure. If'n the week is cold, look at the month. If the month is cold, look at the season. If the season is cold, look at the year. If the year is cold, look at the decade. If the decade is cold, look at the century. If the century is cold, go back 200 years. If that fails, 300 years, and so forth, such that you can prove anything just by making the yardstick the appropriate size for your particular "yard."

And should you ever ask how the SUV killed off the dinosaur, note that few of them ever get the gag.

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Re: Philadelphia's Hottest Summer Follows Snowiest Winter

Post by SamCogar on Sun Dec 12, 2010 4:52 am

you can prove anything just by making the yardstick the appropriate size for your particular "yard."

Mike, I like that one.

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