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-7 overnight

By johnboy - 1 September 2012 47

So the Bureau tells us it really was extremely cold last night hitting a ballcracking -6.8 at the airport at 6:17am.

We’re hearing it’s the coldest spring day on record, ever.

Enjoy!

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47 Responses to
-7 overnight
Woody Mann-Caruso 5:35 pm 01 Sep 12

First we had Global Warming

And we still have it, because that’s what it is.

We tried changing the name so muppets like you could understand that it can still snow in some places while the planet gets warmer overall, but it didn’t work. It’s our own fault, really. I mean, we knew you were stupid, but we should’ve known how stupid. So, you know, sorry.

That you’re so stupid.

So very, very sorry.

DrKoresh 5:23 pm 01 Sep 12

dungfungus said :

First we had Global Warming
Then it became Climate Change
Then it became Climate Variabilty
Now it is Extreme Weather Events
Please note that no one will accept your concept of Global Weirding. That’s what you may wish to call it but those of us who have been around a while know that is crap and what happens with the weather from day to day is a normal “event”.

Random louts with no qualifications and an irrational, emotionally driven need to pathologically deny accepted scientific evidence, you mean?

Seriously, your whole post can be summarised as “Pffft, what do scientists know?”.
Which would be funny if it weren’t just pathetic.

Pork Hunt 5:20 pm 01 Sep 12

People are confusing weather and climate.

How_Canberran 5:11 pm 01 Sep 12

SnapperJack said :

Whatever happened to global warming? If anybody still believes that crap they need a lobotomy pronto!

Spot-on SnapperJack! ‘Global warming’ was too restrictive. There was a heap more money to be made out of ‘each way’ climate change…..you could even get a tax out of it!

By the way, can anyone tell me whatever happened to the good old ozone layer?

Bennop 5:07 pm 01 Sep 12

dungfungus said :

Truthiness said :

An average higher global temperature does not translate into constantly higher regional temperatures. A planet wide temperature increase actually results in the increased frequency and extremity of extreme weather events, both hot and cold. There are some who have taken to calling it “global weirding” because that is how it is experienced on the ground, the weather is getting weirder locally as a result of warming at a global level.

First we had Global Warming
Then it became Climate Change
Then it became Climate Variabilty
Now it is Extreme Weather Events
Please note that no one will accept your concept of Global Weirding. That’s what you may wish to call it but those of us who have been around a while know that is crap and what happens with the weather from day to day is a normal “event”.

So….huh? Can I polarize your online personality by asking if you are a believer or a denier?

bigfeet 4:33 pm 01 Sep 12

Tony said :

Ah Ha, the carbon tax is working!
Suck it to all you enviro haters

I think you have got the science wrong on this one. Low temperatures like this are not caused by the carbon tax.

Studies have shown that they are caused by banning plastic bags.

dungfungus 3:45 pm 01 Sep 12

Truthiness said :

An average higher global temperature does not translate into constantly higher regional temperatures. A planet wide temperature increase actually results in the increased frequency and extremity of extreme weather events, both hot and cold. There are some who have taken to calling it “global weirding” because that is how it is experienced on the ground, the weather is getting weirder locally as a result of warming at a global level.

First we had Global Warming
Then it became Climate Change
Then it became Climate Variabilty
Now it is Extreme Weather Events
Please note that no one will accept your concept of Global Weirding. That’s what you may wish to call it but those of us who have been around a while know that is crap and what happens with the weather from day to day is a normal “event”.

Truthiness 3:28 pm 01 Sep 12

An average higher global temperature does not translate into constantly higher regional temperatures. A planet wide temperature increase actually results in the increased frequency and extremity of extreme weather events, both hot and cold. There are some who have taken to calling it “global weirding” because that is how it is experienced on the ground, the weather is getting weirder locally as a result of warming at a global level.

FioBla 2:55 pm 01 Sep 12

SnapperJack said :

Whatever happened to global warming? If anybody still believes that crap they need a lobotomy pronto!

A membership requirement to join those who don’t.

bundah 2:44 pm 01 Sep 12

SnapperJack said :

Whatever happened to global warming? If anybody still believes that crap they need a lobotomy pronto!

In that case perhaps we should start with all of the staff in NASA followed by CSIRO.

http://climate.nasa.gov/keyIndicators/

http://www.csiro.au/~/Media/CSIROau/Images/Maps%20%20Graphs/Heather2graph_CMAR_indiv/High_Resolution.gif

Stevian 2:37 pm 01 Sep 12

SnapperJack said :

Whatever happened to global warming? If anybody still believes that crap they need a lobotomy pronto!

Because it’s essential to you denialists that you eliminate anyone more intelligent than yourselves

Think about what you wrote you may see just where you went wrong

SnapperJack 11:54 am 01 Sep 12

Whatever happened to global warming? If anybody still believes that crap they need a lobotomy pronto!

bundah 11:34 am 01 Sep 12

Tony said :

Ah Ha, the carbon tax is working!
Suck it to all you enviro haters

Ah the frost has brought out the troll.

Tony 10:27 am 01 Sep 12

Ah Ha, the carbon tax is working!
Suck it to all you enviro haters

G-Fresh 9:47 am 01 Sep 12

Hells yeah! Man I love winter!

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