Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Snow in Florida? Would I Kid You?

By Alan Caruba

Snow Flurries Possible In Central Florida During Hard Freeze -- Daytona Beach, Titusville, Palm Bay May See Snow

POSTED: 6:40 am EST January 2, 2008
UPDATED: 12:13 pm EST January 2, 2008

ORLANDO, Fla. -- A hard freeze expected in parts of Central Florida early Thursday will bring a chance of snow flurries in Daytona Beach and other areas as temperatures drop into the teens and low 20s.

"There will be clouds that are similar to the clouds that are generated in the Great Lakes states when we have lake-effect snow," Local 6 meteorologist Larry Mowry said. "I'm going to call for the possibility of snow flurries early Thursday morning near the coastline." Mowry said residents in Daytona Beach, Titusville, Palm Bay and Melbourne may see the snow flurries Thursday.

Snow in Florida? How is that possible? After all, Al Gore says the Earth is rapidly warming and Florida is going to be under water any day now. In fact, that’s the message out of the United Nations recent climate conference—wisely held in Bali where it does not snow—yet.

In 2007 I predicted it would be the year that, looking back, historians would identify as the year the global warming hoax began to unravel. News like this at the beginning of 2008 is just one more nail in its coffin.

This report, however, is entirely consistent with the view of climatologists and others who, knowing that the Earth is at the end of an interglacial period, anticipate the beginning of a new Ice Age. My friend, Robert Felix, an author on the subject and proprietor of, has been trying to warn people, providing serious research and information on the topic.

I have no doubt that the media will cling to the global warming hoax until the snows begin to fall…and fall…and fall. Keep in mind that one inch of rain is comparable to one foot of snow. When it gets cold enough to produce snow, it will bury large portions of the northern continent.

If it does snow in Orlando, Florida, don’t assume it is just freakish weather anomaly. It is a portent of things to come.

If it doesn’t stop snowing, get in the car and head for the southern border. That would be a nice change of pace, Americans invading Mexico for a change.


Jeremy Jacobs said...

So perhaps Al Gore was right. Only joking Alan.

Ownaville said...

O I can't wait-lol

Unknown said...

We knew one of the families at Orlando. They snapped several photos of snow around their Volusia county home in the morning.