Monday, September 18, 2006

GCC Update

Boy, global warming climate change sure is rearing its ugly head! No major hurricanes, rare snowfall in South Africa, and now 6" of September snow in Utah:

The Salt Lake Valley got a chilly reminder this weekend that summer doesn't last forever.

The first snowflakes of the season stuck to the mountainsides and swirled about the valley Saturday as a cold front marched through Utah with temperatures dropping below 40 degrees overnight along the Wasatch Front.
Snow piled up 6 inches deep at Snowbird ski resort and dusted communities north of Salt Lake City.
This was in the 900 million peer-reviewed journal papers, right? They predicted this didn't they?