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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by unabear09, Mar 8, 2008.
:smileeek:hell has frozen over! It's snowing in Alabama! LMAO :sgrin:
warming trend eh, Gore? Heh, its March, that truly is hilarious man
...It's morning! BTW where's Alabama?
I'm just over the border from you in Georgia and so far all we have is freezing rain and tornadoes. :frown1: They are still predicting heavy snow up nortg for Blue Ridge, GA. This being Georgia that probably means 3" :rofl: :rofl:
Alabama is located in the south east USA between Georgia and Mississippi. While it often gets cold in the south eastern USA snow is rare. Dallas, Texas reportedly had 9" of snow on Friday which I imagine has pretty much immobilized the region.
Its not really snow, there was an explosion at the local grit factory, you ya. :tongue::biggrin1::wink:
It's snowing in northwest Georgia!
Global warming could in theory cause this.
Global warming causes the glaciers to melt, leading to high water levels in the oceans, leading to changes in the climate across the globe.
However, I'm not a global warming expert, and this is all based on theory that I cannot prove. -shrugs-
and your point is?
SuperStorm '93: 'storm of the century'
I always suspected that Hell was in the south. I did not know it was in Alabama. :wink:
Well New Jersey IS South of New York.
Some of it is south, and some of it is west of NY. The only way into Manhattan from another state is thru NJ.
You ever heard of "West Hell"? :biggrin1:
Are you kidding, I LOVE West Hell! :biggrin1:
You can have all the snow you want because in the north, we don't know where to put it anymore, we've got too much this winter! Today, we're supposed to have another snowstorm and probably another one next week.
I think I nearly suffocated on my way home from work today. And to think, it was almost 15 degrees Celsius earlier this week. Now there's about a foot of snow on the ground!
I wish it were an explosion in the noodle factory. I don't like grits.:biggrin1: