Friday, April 06, 2007
A Little Global Warming, Please
From the National Weather Service:
Cinci temps 4/06/07
TEMPERATURE (F) YESTERDAY
Temperatures were 15F below average.
Wind speeds averaged 15.8 mph with gusts to 32 and steady winds as high as 28 mph. The wind whipping between the tall buildings in downtown Cincinnati reached much higher velocities.
The low this morning was 18F. Brrr! This afternoon, we had snow.
Here is a screen shot of the 7 day forecast:
Another low of 18F tonight and 17F tomorrow night! These will be record lows. If I wanted to live in Minnesota, I would have moved there.
Where's global warming when you need it, or, at least, a little regional warming.
UPDATE: Instapundit has been enjoying Cincinnati's winter weather while visiting his brother.
The usual temperature is around 54F (12C), forecasters say. But Tony Burdess, forecaster for the Met Office, said the UK will enjoy unseasonally sunny weather throughout the entire Easter weekend, with temperatures averaging 66F (19C) and even reaching 68F (20C).
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