America’s TV Meteorologists: Symptoms of Climate Change Are Rampant, Undeniable
The disaster that Trump and friends say isn’t happening:
Ah, Minnesota. Land of 10,000 Lakes — and 10,000 ways to say “damn, it’s cold outside!” But not this year. My home state is experiencing the warmest start to November on record. People are walking around in shorts, still mowing their lawns. Boats are in the water. An eight-month boating season — in Minnesota? ADVERTISING The Twin Cities will see the first official frost of autumn Saturday morning, Nov. 19. That means a 221-day frost-free growing season in 2016. Perfectly average, for the northern suburbs of Dallas. Amazing, and on some level, a bit unnerving. Paul Douglas. One snapshot in time doesn’t prove anything, but string these snapshots together into a longer-running movie and you start to see the outline of something larger in play.