Farmers’ Almanac Predicts ‘Teeth-Chattering’ Winter… ‘Global-Warming’ Advocates Pressure Media to Silence Skeptics

Maine’s Farmers’ Almanac predicts ‘teeth-chattering’ winter, lots of snow

It may be hard to think about the cold and snow at the end of August, but the 2019 Farmers’ Almanac is out with its winter predictions.

The Maine-based publication is predicting “teeth-chattering” cold and plenty of snow.

New England will see the coldest weather mid-February, according to editor Peter Geiger.

The Farmers’ Almanac is also predicting snow to start early for New England, with above-normal snowfall in January and February.


Global-Warming Advocates Pressure Media to Silence Skeptics

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A bit ago, I wrote here that it is a huge advocacy mistake for global-warming alarmists to refuse debating their opponents. After all, if global catastrophe is really coming, one should accept any and every opportunity to persuade doubters.

Now, global-warming public intellectuals have warned the media that if they allow skeptics to have a voice in stories, they will boycott giving comment. From the open letter appearing in the Guardian:

Balance implies equal weight. But this then creates a false equivalence between an overwhelming scientific consensus and a lobby, heavily funded by vested interests, that exists simply to sow doubt to serve those interests. Yes, of course scientific consensus should be open to challenge — but with better science, not with spin and nonsense. We urgently need to move the debate on to how we address the causes and effects of dangerous climate change — because that’s where common sense demands our attention and efforts should be.

Fringe voices will protest about “free speech”. No one should prevent them from expressing their views, whether held cynically or misguidedly. However, no one is obliged to provide them with a platform, much less to appear alongside them to give the misleading impression that there is something substantive to debate.

Summer Snow Blankets Montana, Idaho, Wyoming…

DENVER (CBS4) – An unusually cold late August storm system is bringing a chilly rain and some high altitude snow to parts of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho.

The National Weather Service says as much as 4-8 inches could fall in elevations above 9,000 feet in the mountains of Montana and Wyoming.

Some areas have been placed under a Winter Weather Advisory.


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