Friday, February 25, 2011

Northwest Storm Shatters Records
Seattle has broken the record low temperature three days in a row. The city recorded 21 degrees at 7 a.m. Friday, breaking the record of 22 degrees set in 1960.

Billings, Mont., also had a record low Friday morning of minus 14 degrees, breaking the old record of minus 10 set in 1994.

Miles City, Mont., shattered its record low of minus 16, recording minus 27 degrees Friday morning. This record is tied for the tenth coldest February temperature recorded in the city.
Cold snap hits Metro Vancouver; temperature reaches -8 in city
In Chilliwack Friday morning the temperature hit a record low of -10 C (11.5 C below normal), according to Roger Pannett, volunteer weather observer for Environment Canada.

"Add on the wind chill and we are down to near -20 C," Pannett said.

The previous low record for Feb. 25 was -8.6 C in 1993. Records go back to 1881.
Climate change [hoax] game takes stage in Asheville | The Asheville Citizen-Times |
ASHEVILLE — A British video game designer wants to put the “Fate of the World” at the fingertips of gamers like Gabriel Forgie.

The North Buncombe High sophomore was among about 250 people at the worldwide unveiling Thursday of the game designed to alter the way people learn about climate change.

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