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90 Years Ago, Texas Was Hit With The Worst Blizzard In History

We’ve had a pretty mild winter across much of Texas this time around, but an entirely different story unfolded exactly 90 years ago. Over two feet of snow covered nearly half the state in December of 1929, setting a record that has yet to be broken.

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December of 1929 began no differently than we're accustomed to here in Texas: unseasonably warm, with temperatures pushing 70 degrees. That, however, was soon to change - and quite dramatically.

 

 

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Was it the Climate change in 1929???

 

Hillsboro's 1929 Snowstorm Certified This Week as All-Time Record

By Grant Johnston  Published December 21, 2017  Updated on December 21, 2017 at 1:54 pm

  

Wednesday marked the anniversary of the all-time snowfall record for the state of Texas.

Eighty-eight years ago 26 inches of snow fell on Hillsboro. Interestingly, this record was just certified this week.

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1 hour ago, Z09 said:

Why is it the Global Warming and Climate Change crowd can't explain weather events from 100 years?    

 

Is that another myth of you brain dead science deniers? 

 

Your ignorance is pathetic.

 

Attribution of current severe weather events, like the Arctic air incursion into Texas and several other states, as being largely caused by the effects of AGW, is based on scientific study and knowledge of what is happening NOW in the atmosphere all around the planet. Scientists can predict when these extreme cold events will likely happen soon.

A sudden stratospheric warming event has pushed the polar vortex off the North Pole, sending Arctic air on the move.          

The Washington Post
Jan. 5, 2021 
 

A dramatic spike in temperatures is occurring at high altitudes above the North Pole, where the air is thin and typically frigid. Known as a sudden stratospheric warming event, experts say it’s likely to have potentially significant repercussions for winter weather across the Northern Hemisphere for weeks to possibly months. This unusually strong event may have profound influences on the weather in the United States and Europe, possibly increasing the potential for paralyzing snowstorms and punishing blasts of Arctic air. If the polar vortex is strong and stable, as it was last winter, that cold air will stay bottled up over the Arctic, and snow chances may be few and far between for regions such as the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. But when the polar vortex weakens and wobbles off the pole, pieces of it can split off and swirl southward, affecting the United States, Europe and Asia. And that’s exactly what’s begun to happen, due in large part to this stratospheric temperature spike.

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7 minutes ago, TruePatriot said:

 

Is that another myth of you brain dead science deniers? 

 

Your ignorance is pathetic.

 

Attribution of current severe weather events, like the Arctic air incursion into Texas and several other states, as being largely caused by the effects of AGW, is based on scientific study and knowledge of what is happening NOW in the atmosphere all around the planet. Scientists can predict when these extreme cold events will likely happen soon.

A sudden stratospheric warming event has pushed the polar vortex off the North Pole, sending Arctic air on the move.          

The Washington Post
Jan. 5, 2021 
 

A dramatic spike in temperatures is occurring at high altitudes above the North Pole, where the air is thin and typically frigid. Known as a sudden stratospheric warming event, experts say it’s likely to have potentially significant repercussions for winter weather across the Northern Hemisphere for weeks to possibly months. This unusually strong event may have profound influences on the weather in the United States and Europe, possibly increasing the potential for paralyzing snowstorms and punishing blasts of Arctic air. If the polar vortex is strong and stable, as it was last winter, that cold air will stay bottled up over the Arctic, and snow chances may be few and far between for regions such as the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. But when the polar vortex weakens and wobbles off the pole, pieces of it can split off and swirl southward, affecting the United States, Europe and Asia. And that’s exactly what’s begun to happen, due in large part to this stratospheric temperature spike.

What caused the storm in 1929?

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Texas snowstorms are due to rapid heating of the Arctic, say scientists

In case you get any "but global warming couldn't be happening because Texas is cold" from any right wing moron, global climate change means destabilizing weather patterns. Freezing in Texas, melting in the arctic.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EuR_SQ3WgAA6HFm?format=jpg

https://bigthink.com/surprising-science/texas-snowstorm-arctic
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9 minutes ago, Z09 said:

What caused the snow storm in 1929?

 

Who cares? Check the meteological records if you are interested. 

 

A one day cold snap, in mid December, that immediately warms up and goes away the next day, is not terribly uncommon in weather history, you poor deranged retard.

 

Meanwhile, these large scale disruptions of the Polar Vortex are a fairly recent development, mostly beginning in the 1980s, as AGW/CC started intensifying.

 

Currently..........

 

It was warmer Tuesday in parts of Greenland, Alaska, Norway and Sweden than in Texas and Oklahoma. And somehow people in South Florida have been complaining about record warmth that is causing plants to bloom early.

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1 minute ago, TruePatriot said:

 

Who cares? Check the meteological records if you are interested. 

 

A one day cold snap, in mid December, that immediately warms up and goes away the next day, is not terribly uncommon in weather history, you poor deranged retard.

 

Meanwhile, these large scale disruptions of the Polar Vortex are a fairly recent development, mostly beginning in the 1980s, as AGW/CC started intensifying.

 

Currently..........

 

It was warmer Tuesday in parts of Greenland, Alaska, Norway and Sweden than in Texas and Oklahoma. And somehow people in South Florida have been complaining about record warmth that is causing plants to bloom early.

Most of the right wingers here reject science. FACT.

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5 minutes ago, TruePatriot said:

 

Who cares? Check the meteological records if you are interested. 

 

A one day cold snap, in mid December, that immediately warms up and goes away the next day, is not terribly uncommon in weather history, you poor deranged retard.

 

Meanwhile, these large scale disruptions of the Polar Vortex are a fairly recent development, mostly beginning in the 1980s, as AGW/CC started intensifying.

 

Currently..........

 

It was warmer Tuesday in parts of Greenland, Alaska, Norway and Sweden than in Texas and Oklahoma. And somehow people in South Florida have been complaining about record warmth that is causing plants to bloom early.

So you have no idea what caused a massive snow storm 92 years ago?

 

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1 minute ago, CrimeaRiver said:

earth has been through 5

ice ages.  Before man

 

Seems climate change

has always been 

 

You seem to delight in exposing your utter retardation and abysmal ignorance, CryingCretin.

 

Human caused climate changes and climate disruptions, rapid global warming, rapid sea level rise, and the consequent ecological disruptions and species extinctions are brand new and happening in our lifetimes, not a century ago.

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1 minute ago, TruePatriot said:

 

You seem to delight in exposing your utter retardation and abysmal ignorance, CryingCretin.

 

Human caused climate changes and climate disruptions, rapid global warming, rapid sea level rise, and the consequent ecological disruptions and species extinctions are brand new and happening in our lifetimes, not a century ago.

What caused the last ice age and subsequent warming period?

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1 minute ago, TruePatriot said:

 

Nor does anyone but retards like you care....since it has no bearing whatsoever on what is happening now, moron.

Z is the board's trivial pursuit artist. He deals in worthless facts and figures.

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3 minutes ago, TruePatriot said:

 

You seem to delight in exposing your utter retardation and abysmal ignorance, CryingCretin.

 

Human caused climate changes and climate disruptions, rapid global warming, rapid sea level rise, and the consequent ecological disruptions and species extinctions are brand new and happening in our lifetimes, not a century ago.

^^^^^^
Still looking for Saddams

Yellow cake uranium

 

a true DC believer. 
 

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1 minute ago, crazyhole said:

What caused the last ice age and subsequent warming period?

 

Although I know, I have no interest in curing your moronic ignorance, crazyhore. There may not BE a cure for that affliction.

 

And, of course, the naturally occuring events in Earth's past have very little to do with the very unnatural climate events that are unfolding as human carbon emissions drive the Greenhouse Effect to extremes never seen before.

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9 minutes ago, TruePatriot said:

 

Nor does anyone but retards like you care....since it has no bearing whatsoever on what is happening now, moron.

If we had weather events like 1929 BEFORE climate change why does the current weather event being cause by climate change?

 

You see..

It makes no sense and you have no answer

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2 minutes ago, TruePatriot said:

 

Although I know, I have no interest in curing your moronic ignorance, crazyhore. There may not BE a cure for that affliction.

 

And, of course, the naturally occuring events in Earth's past have very little to do with the very unnatural climate events that are unfolding as human carbon emissions drive the Greenhouse Effect to extremes never seen before.

You are wise not to engage with brick wall mentally.

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1 minute ago, Z09 said:

If we had weather events like 1929 BEFORE climate change why does the current weather event being cause by climate change?

 

You see..

It makes no sense and you have no answer

That's a perfect Rush Limbaugh analogy. 

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