[NAFEX] where is global warming?

mIEKAL aND qazingulaza at gmail.com
Wed Jun 3 14:08:56 EDT 2009

This year the last real frost date here in SW Wisc was April 12th.
Normally it's around last week of May.  Of course I still waited until
end of May to plant the peppers & tomatoes.  The real benefit is
having the first apricot set ever, some of the trees are more than 10
years old.


On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 12:07 PM, Stephen Sadler <Docshiva at docshiva.org> wrote:
> The Earth's average temperature has risen sharply higher; the rise has been
> proven, as has been the link to human activity.  There is 100% agreement
> among researchers.
> This does not mean that nobody will get snow or frost.
> Globally warmer temperatures influence many weather events, including
> regional cold.  The planet's a big place, and gets lots of weather; one
> thing happening somewhere leads to something else happening somewhere else.
> The main effect one might see locally is weird or strange weather; weather
> events that are rare or more severe for your locality.
> Have you noticed any unusual weather where you are?  Late frosts, early
> flowering, that sort of thing?
> ~ Stephen

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