Temperature has yet to reach 100 in Las Cruces
#1 Jun 16, 2009
"It's probably been a couple of degrees cooler, but you've got to be careful saying that," Hefner said. "While the daytime highs have been lower, nighttime temperatures have been above normal. That means that the average mean temperature is probably a little above normal for the month."
The above is a quote from the article.
For you who believe in Global Warming, this is a good look at just how GW is determined. It is not how hot we get that puts us into the GW category, it is also how cold we do not get.
Our area has experienced a lot of cloud cover in recent weeks. We know that cloud cover at night retains the heat of the day. No clouds at night and the night gets colder.
New Mexico is going to be labeled as having increased GW, this was the designation given to New Mexico for May 2009, what we really have is increased clouds.
CO2 does not cause an increase in clouds. Before we tax CO2 maybe we should think about taxing clouds.
New Mexico,'much above normal temperatures'
#2 Jun 16, 2009
It seems that global warming is a hoax...
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