So, there’s a major snowstorm headed to the East Coast this weekend with some models predicting as much as 3 feet of snow in the D.C. area:
Coastal snow ends Sunday morning as low heads east
GFS 24-36" for DC
Potential 6-12"+ NYC pic.twitter.com/rbBGgz4Zsl
— Ryan Maue (@RyanMaue) January 20, 2016
Blizzard watch posted for the D.C. region. Heavy blowing snow, white out conditions https://t.co/LPs34mVlpw pic.twitter.com/VgzR4jO6IW
— Angela Fritz (@angelafritz) January 20, 2016
Chilly morning out there. Models still consistent with serious winter storm Friday into weekend https://t.co/6llTa1VOEr
— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) January 20, 2016
time to freak out DC
1 inch: 95%
4 inches: 85%
8 inches: 75%
12 inches: 65%
18 inches: 40%
24 inches: 15%https://t.co/mESHwMWH3t
— Jon Ward (@jonward11) January 20, 2016
But the good news is that 2015 was declared the hottest year ever (in the history of the Earth?) and 2016 will be even hotter!
It's official. 2015 was officially the hottest year ever. And 2016 will be even hotter https://t.co/Mtm3XH8sB2 pic.twitter.com/tKayrnsBhH
— New Scientist (@newscientist) January 20, 2016
D.C. people probably won’t even need to shovel their driveways because the global warming will melt the snow, right?
Flashback: Alarmists were trying to blame on the East Coast’s warm weather on global warming a month ago:
Alarmists hardest hit: NOAA says global warming plays an 'insignificant role' in current warm temps. https://t.co/gC2SzZppx4
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) December 16, 2015
How quickly things change!
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