ABC News might have really thought they were on to something here without explicitly saying so:
For the first time in 116 years, Buffalo, NY has had no measurable snow yet this season. https://t.co/a50v512UO0 pic.twitter.com/7LV9gRMDoE
— ABC News (@ABC) December 12, 2015
And climate change isn't a thing, right? https://t.co/4idFOXeJJ1
— Syyyd(: (@ladyoftheeocean) December 12, 2015
It's almost like climate change is real. Just a hunch. https://t.co/WPsjt5Qz5z
— Rick (@cubsbeisbol) December 12, 2015
@ABC and some say there is no climate change.
— Roadrunner Talent (@RoadrunnerTalen) December 12, 2015
Global warming is so real. https://t.co/SCVm5Op9Ug
— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) December 12, 2015
Lack of snow is proof of climate change/global warming?
Last year in November, Buffalo was buried under a tremendous amount of snow. What did that mean? Slate meteorologist Eric Holthaus had that covered as well:
Counterintuitive, yes, but extreme snowfalls are becoming more common in places like Buffalo due to global warming. http://t.co/6xR0wRZiYL
— Eric Holthaus (@EricHolthaus) November 19, 2014
Too much snow? Global warming. No snow? Global warming. Their definition of “settled science” is messed up.
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