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Soon I am going to respond to this nonsense

Posted 02-22-2018 at 02:33 PM by SFX

Originally Posted by LKJ1988 View Post
Just the last 7 years should tell you something is very wrong.
Originally Posted by brianpmcdonnell17 View Post
I completely agree that something is wrong, but I think it is more complex than simply global warming and that the future projections will not be accurate. Most global warming models predict Florida to be minimally affected by temperature rise when compared to the rest of the country, when in the past 100 years it has been one of the most affected, which makes sense when taking the extremely high rates of development into account.
Originally Posted by LKJ1988 View Post
It is what i call my snow ball effect. The planet will heat up faster and faster at a rate no one ever dreamed of. The next 30 years will be very bad. We no longer have normal winters, our summer time southeast windflow pattern has been gone since the mid 80's and we are stuck in a reverse west windflow pattern every summer in the Tampa area. Falls are hot and springs are hot, we go months without rain, then get 20 to 30" in a few weeks time like the last 3 years.
Originally Posted by LKJ1988 View Post
Well FL has sure warmed up since 1990. Every winter has been warm minus 96-96 and 2010. Within many of you peeps lifetime you will see FL as warm with 80's- 90's year round and very little rain.
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    I know FL was in a heavy drought in 1974 and had fires. Folks wishing for a good old hurricane to quench the dry, hot conditions so they did not have to answer to the guarantees on dead dry landscaping plants and put them out of business since folks did not know how to water new plantings. The steady rains used to automatically water everything. Being from MT it seemed like a normal dry, hot summer to me.
    Posted 02-24-2018 at 01:41 AM by 2DLA1 2DLA1 is offline
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    Interesting. Florida has a variable climate, but the data does not show record heat, or even anything abnormal about recent climate changes.

    Originally Posted by FirebirdCamaro1220 View Post
    It's not colder everywhere. We are going on a top 5 warmest April here in Phoenix, and every month this year has been above average so far
    Originally Posted by LKJ1988 View Post
    Same for FL for years all above normal temps minus this Jan and March.
    Neither of those comments are correct.
    Posted 04-27-2018 at 01:18 PM by SFX SFX is online now
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    Posted 07-22-2022 at 05:37 AM by SFX SFX is online now
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    I amuse myself
    Posted 04-25-2023 at 12:36 AM by SFX SFX is online now

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