Christmas Eve 1955 was MUCH Warmer Than 2015

The media will lead you to believe that Christmas Eve 2015 is the warmest ever. This is in spite of the fact that MOST of the country will be below normal temperature on Christmas Eve in 2015.

By |December 24th, 2015|weather|0 Comments

The Science Behind ‘The Polar Vortex’

Given how the term 'Polar Vortex' is trending across America given how cold it has been lately across the country lately, Popular Mechanics has an EXCELLENT article on what exactly is a 'polar vortex'. Click this link to read about it. (H/T Instapundit)

By |January 8th, 2014|news, science, weather|0 Comments

A Super Soaker, Boiling Water And Extreme Cold (Video)

This is cool (and going viral). Via Reddit, a Canadian man in Northern Ontario showcases the effects of hot water in frigid temps using a super soaker and boiling water.

By |January 6th, 2014|video, weather|0 Comments

Nearly 1,000 Record Low Temps Across USA Last Week – Where’s the Media?

Via Climate Depot, news like this doesn't fit in with the narrative that the world is still warming (it's not). Notice how there was complete media blackout on this news last week?

By |December 2nd, 2013|news, science, weather|0 Comments

Global Warming? Check out These Record Cold Temps in Last 30 Days

Global warming in the United States? Check out these record cold temperatures from the last 30 days. Via Climate Depot, there have been 2899 record cold temps vs 667 record warm temps in U.S. the last 30 days. Global warming?

By |August 23rd, 2013|news, politics, weather|0 Comments

Finding Nemo From Space

Via Andrew Malcolm @ IBD, An amazing shot from NASA of Nemo, New England's blizzard of 2013 from a satellite in outer space. An epic storm to say the least. Praying for the folks up north to be safe. Click on the image for a full size look.

By |February 8th, 2013|news, weather|0 Comments

Cool Sunset In Northern Virginia

Was driving home on Friday evening when impending rain clouds impeded on the sunset which caused a spectacular illumination of the sky. Click on the image to view it full size.

By |October 21st, 2012|news, weather|0 Comments