Sunday, November 20, 2011

Global Cooling Alert: Fairbanks Alaska Sets New Record Low This Week

If the global warming fraudsters can use anecdotal evidence, so can the deniers.

FAIRBANKS, Alaska — Alaska’s second-largest city is used to cold weather, but few residents expected record-breaking cold this early in the season.

Shawn Ross has lived in Fairbanks his entire life and says few people were prepared for this severe of a cold snap in mid-November.

The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner ( ) reports that for the second time in three days, Fairbanks set a new low temperature record on Thursday. A temperature of 41 degrees below zero — the first 40 below temperature of the season — was recorded at Fairbanks International Airport at 6:29 a.m.

The National Weather Service in Fairbanks says that broke the old record of 39 below set in 1969.


Interested Bystander said...

Hey All,

Newt is supposed to be SOOOOOOOOOOOOO smart, maybe HE could explain this.

Da Curly Wolf said...

omg, omg we're all gonna diiiieeeeeee!!. Not.