More evidence to disprove global warming
Cold temperature records were set or tied yesterday in Michigan:
It was colder this morning in Port Huron than it has been in more than seven decades.
The Port Huron waste water treatment plant recorded a temperature of 32 degrees at 8 a.m., one degree colder than the record low set Oct. 1, 1935, according to information from the National Weather Service in Oakland County’s White Lake Township.
Amos Dodson, a weather service meteorologist, said no records were broken elsewhere, including at Detroit Metro Airport in Romulus and in Flint.
and in Florida:
In fact, Daytona Beach International Airport reported a record-tying low of 58 degrees at 3:33 a.m. That tied the previous record set back in 2001, when we had another cool start to October.
Orlando officially dropped to 62 degrees, which is just one degree shy of the record, and Melbourne bottomed out at 65 degrees under some of those heat-trapping high clouds.
The cold has caused additional problems in Idaho:
With a quick flip from summer-like weather to freezing cold temperatures, homeless shelters we talked to have never been busier.
While this evidence is anecdotal, the evidence presented by global warming advocates is fraudulent and nonexistent.