Heavy, wet snow and blizzard conditions hit the Plains and Midwest on Thursday, shutting down hundreds of miles of interstate. Schools closed in several states, and hundreds of flights were canceled. Two people were killed when their car overturned on a slick road in North Dakota, and snowplows were pulled off the roads in western Minnesota because of strong wind and unrelenting snow.What does all this prove? Just that AL GORE IS A FREAKIN' MORON WHO SHOULD STFU. And anyone who's been brainwashed to believe in AGW should wake up and start thinking for themselves!
The storm moved into Iowa with rain and sleet but changed to snow around dawn. The western part of the state was hit with a blizzard that dropped visibility to a quarter-mile or less for at least three hours. By midday, as much as a foot of snow covered the town of Atlantic.
A blizzard also hit eastern Nebraska, with a foot of snow in the Omaha area and up to 15 inches of snow expected in some areas before it dies off Friday. Interstate 80 was closed for nearly 200 miles from York, Nebraska, to Des Moines; I-35 was shut down for 115 miles from Ames, Iowa, to Albert Lea, Minnesota; and I-90 was closed from Albert Lea to the South Dakota line, about 150 miles to the west.
Thursday, March 01, 2007
I GUESS GLOBAL WARMING PRODUCES BLIZZARDS