Saturday, November 21, 2015

Global warming: Biggest November Chicago snowfall in 120 years

The climate change cultists will come up with some convoluted reason that despite global warming it's getting colder. Chicago got hit with a smashmouth snowstorm that began last night and ended this afternoon--11 inches was the official accumulation in the city--but some northern suburbs were punished with 17 inches.

I dug through a lot of it at work today.

This is the heaviest November snowstorm in Chicago in 120 years. The temperate is just 22 degrees Fahrenheit (-5 Celsius) right now.

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