SUMMER SNOW Expected for Obama’s Alaska Trip to Push Global Warming Junk Science
Summer snow is expected in Alaska this week as Barack Obama visits the 49th state. Obama is expected to push global warming junk science during his trip.
The president also will officially rename Mt. McKinley during his visit.
When President Obama visits Alaska this week to campaign for a new international agreement to fight
global warmingclimate change, Alaska will be experiencing colder than normal weather and forecast summer snows, as seen in this WeatherBell.com graphic of forecast total snowfall by Friday:
Besides this latest example of the Gore Effect, the dirty little secret is that the climate is always changing, and what better place to illustrate the role of Mother Nature (not humans) than in Alaska?
Alaska weather matches its geography – extreme. Temperatures there have ranged from 100 deg F (in 1915) to 80 below zero F (in 1971). Summer days are so long that they can grow pumpkins weighing over 1,000 lbs. Nevertheless, yearly average temperatures are actually below freezing — even in the warmest years.