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Dec 20 2008, 05:34 PM
Joined: 6-July 08
From: Orlando, Florida
Member No.: 43,434
Quite an interesting thing going on in the US right now. As most of the country is getting snow and in ice storms, Florida seems to be having a heat wave of sorts.
Based on today's temperatures...
The north part of the US is ranging around -23 to 23 degrees Fahrenheit (Oregon to Maine)
the middle part of the US is ranging around 2 to 40 degrees Fahrenheit (Arizona to Virginia)
the south part of the US is ranging around 50 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit (Texas to South Carolina)
and central Florida (where I live) is currently around 84 degrees Fahrenheit
Obviously, there is something weird going on, seeing how it is in the mid 80s halfway through winter...
Melbourne, Australia is expecting a high of 86 degrees Fahrenheit today...in the middle of Summer.
Never should any part of the US and Australia be having the same temperature considering season differences.
After thinking about that, I realized that the birds never actually migrated down to Florida this year. I sort of want to know where they went. Birds hate freezing cold and hot weather, so they must be somewhere around the border of Florida and Georgia to get the comfortable weather.
I've always sort of believed in the idea of global warming, but I think this is a pretty good example for the skeptics.
Dec 23 2009, 12:31 PM
Outrageously Uber Ninja
Joined: 11-May 08
Member No.: 25,876
Being an Australian, I need to point out that it has not been any hotter here than 7-8 years ago. The summers are still hot and the winters are still cold, but nothing out of the ordinary. Sure there are some odd days but there is nothing substantially weird.
In case some of you did not know, we are either in (or coming up to) an El Niņo. Which can cause some crazy weather.
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