Climate change started falling early yesterday afternoon at Schloss Bodissey, and continued falling heavily all night.
When I woke up this morning and opened the back door, this was what awaited me.
We now have about fifteen inches (forty cm) of global warming on the ground, with more coming down hard.
Does this mean I get to cash in a lot of carbon credits?
Seriously — I haven’t seen this much snow before Christmas since I was a kid.
Back in the late fifties and early sixties we had five or six white Christmases in row, sometimes with eight or ten inches on the ground. Then the sunspot cycle kicked in, and we went decades without seeing snow on Christmas Day.
I assume we have returned to the same level of sunspots that we had forty-five years ago. I wonder how many winters like this it will take before “global warming” becomes a stale old joke?
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