Apple Juice Posted December 9, 2015 Share Posted December 9, 2015 15 minutes ago, Fateless said: While his original stance was wrong - climate change does lend itself to stronger and more frequent Chinooks and El Nino. So in a sense, he wasn't really all that far off the mark. I mean, I'm typing this in Edmonton while sitting on my patio in shorts and a t-shirt. There is no snow on the ground and its December 9th. Again, is this DIRECTLY related to climate change? Of course not. But climate change does increase the strength and frequency of warm weather patterns like Chinooks. Didn't Calgary and Edmonton started having snowfall in November and lasted until February? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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