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Al Angello
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Well all I can say to that is "thank God it is not snowing in Haiti"
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MagicSanta
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So basically Alberta went from cold to balmy? What do you think? About 20 degrees warmer now then 20 years ago?
Al Angello
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It's global warming Santa.

When the weather man talkes about a cold, dry spell coming from Canada they call it "an Alberta clipper"
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Wow.... I tried to figure out what is going on in Alberta with this tragic 30 year drought and man oh man is it schizo. I found one site that was unbiased yet had two links to 'industry causes global warming' and they said that it was below and above average temps in Alberta. I found one site that said that 2007 was a dry year, another that said it was a really wet year, and a third that said beavers should be preserved to avoid droughts, and then there is the El Nino cause sites. The official Alberta site says that temps and rain fall etc always vary from year to year so it is hard to have a standard I guess.

So after my fact checking it shows that Alberta is wet, dry, average, warm, colder than average, and has beavers. Congrats to Alberta, you sick twisted providence you!
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On 2010-02-10 20:50, MagicSanta wrote:
Wow.... I tried to figure out what is going on in Alberta with this tragic 30 year drought and man oh man is it schizo. I found one site that was unbiased yet had two links to 'industry causes global warming' and they said that it was below and above average temps in Alberta. I found one site that said that 2007 was a dry year, another that said it was a really wet year, and a third that said beavers should be preserved to avoid droughts, and then there is the El Nino cause sites. The official Alberta site says that temps and rain fall etc always vary from year to year so it is hard to have a standard I guess.

So after my fact checking it shows that Alberta is wet, dry, average, warm, colder than average, and has beavers. Congrats to Alberta, you sick twisted providence you!

Probably 'cause Alberta stretches so far north and south, about 750 miles from top border to bottom border, it has a lot of different weather / climate regions.

Allow me to confirm, though, we do have beavers.
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Nice....
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Balducci is only about 50 miles from the Rockies: it's much windier and drier than it is up here in Edmonton. Southern Alberta's climate is much like Montana's.

I'm 300 km North of Balducci (200 miles) and on the southern edge of the Boreal Forest. The forest is suffering from reduced moisture from the spring thaw (where most of the year's precipitation lies) and warmer-than-recent-historical summers. (By that, I mean compared to most of the last 150 years.) The "urban forest" is under even more stress.

The main difference in the winter is that once it freezes in Edmonton, it stays frozen to the end of winter. The warm mountain winds give Calgary a number of rapid freeze-thaw cycles every winter.

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So do you hippies have snow for the olympics? I'm gonna be mad if no snow, we have plenty if you need to transfer any of the events to Lake Tahoe.
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Eight inches of snow on Monday. Where will we put it?
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You say eight inches but that really likely means four....
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My back yard is untouched except for the path that I shoveled to my car port, and it is 3 feet high now.

HOAKEY SMOKEY
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We are expecting another foot of snow between now and Friday. I'm on my way to the super market to buy some pasta, and vino.
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I'd get a bottle too and an extra lighter. Smile
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If we loose electricity we still have the gas fire place. If I loose my high speed internet I will be lost, because my phone, and internet are supplied to me by my cable company. If that goes all I will have left is my cell phone, and my wife.
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Nothing better than a bottle of wine in a snow storm. Last storm my wife and I were enjoying a bottle of wine sitting in our indoor sauna as we watched the snow fall.

Were hoping for mostly rain here in Atlantic City this time. However, I have a show in Middletown, Delaware tomorrow.
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Drive safely Ken, in Delaware you may run into some freezing rain tomorrow.
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