Warmest-Ever Seasonal Temps in US

Officials with the government’s National Climatic Data Center say temperatures in the lower 48 states were the warmest-ever in March, continuing a months-long trend. They say that could bring more extreme weather like tornadoes and heavy rains. Photo Credit: zoonabar via Flickr.

Warmest-Ever US Temps Could Prompt Extremes
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Fi T.
Past Member 2 years ago

No time to waste

Kathy Perez
Kathy Johnson5 years ago

im not surprised

Julie Evans
Julie Evans5 years ago

AND........it's not even summer yet. We are going to fry this year!

Michael C.
Michael C5 years ago

I do not know about you but I am putting all my money in ICE FUTURES, especially if I were to live near the Arctic and I was a Polar Bear.

Jim C.
Jim Coke5 years ago

Ron B.: Are you aware that Greenland, though now covered with ice, was once arable and green, and was used to grow crops (around 1,000 years ago)? That's how it got its name. Ice cores drilled in the North Pole have revealed remains of tropical plants beneath the ice. Climate cycles far more extreme than those now predicted have occurred many times throughout earth's history, going back for millions of years, long before humans existed, and certainly before modern civilization. What disturbs me about the "warmists" is their seemingly lack of any perspective on earth's climate history. It's as though they believe earth's history only began when humans appeared.

Winn Adams
Winn A5 years ago

Thanks for the article.

Mari Garcia
Mari Garcia5 years ago

why is it so damn hard for teabaggers to accept that climate change and global warming is real?

Ron B.
Ron B5 years ago

And some other areas have had record snow and cold. What many people don't realize is that there will be more wild weather and extremes in temperatures as climate change progresses. This is due to there being more moisture and energy available in the atmosphere to drive these extremes. Eventually, if global warming isn't reversed, higher overall temperatures will gradually overcome the colder weather and hotter conditions will prevail indefinitely.

C.M Padget
Carolyn Padget5 years ago

I know that where I live we only had a few days with somw this winter, and then just a dusting. On average years we have it from October to at least March, and at least a few inches deep.

I am going to wait until next year to see if it is warm before I start blaming global warning on this one. It is my observation that we get a heavier snowfall/harsher winter every 3 - 4 years, depending on the hurricanes effect other areas.Next year is when we are due for a harsh winter.

Kathy K.
Kathy K5 years ago

Sounds like global warming to me, no matter how much the Republicans try to convince folks that it doesn't exist.