January 2009 – After snowstorms in British Columbia, a statement by Andrew Weaver, “climate-modelling expert at the University of Victoria and a lead author with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change”
for decades, climate scientists have consistently said that with climate change, many parts of the world should expect an increase in overall precipitation. “So the fact that we’re getting snowfall records is entirely consistent with what we’ve been saying,” he said.
February 2010 – After little if any snow in British Columbia, a statement by climate wrestler Joe Romm
this type of purely coincidental extremely warm weather is completely consistent with the predictions of climate science. Indeed climate science says we are likely to see far, far worse, far, far more often
Another example in a comment to Andy Revkin’s “A Historian Looks ‘Back’ at the Climate Fight”
23. Eva – February 12th, 2010 – 4:25 pm
In 1899, Washington DC had 54 inches of snow. We are told that was because there was less CO2 and it was cold. In 2010, Washington DC had 55 inches of snow. We are told that is due to global warming.
Why does the global warming community expect the rest of the world to be as neurotic and confused as they are?