Monday, January 10, 2011

The Devastating Impact of Global Warming on The American South

Headline: Winter weather slams South with snow, icy roads...

Here's the early morning view from my neck of the woods, somewhere south of the Mason-Dixon line:



Does anyone know where to get some carbon credits?


INFO: This was at about 04:30 this morning. We have several inches of snow on the ground now. This may be our biggest snowstorm in almost two decades.


Update

ATLANTA (AP) -- Several inches of snow and freezing rain will make the Monday morning commute for those forced to venture out nearly impossible in parts of the South, including Atlanta, where countless cars are stuck on impassable highways and roads while the world's busiest airport canceled thousands of flights.

6 comments:

Randy-g said...

Looks like my yard, only 10" of snow less. Is it -5 there? I live north where winter is suppose to be, seems a bit snowy that far south.

RightKlik said...

This was at about 04:30 this morning. We might have about 6 inches on the ground now. This is probably our biggest snowstorm since '93.

Christopher - Conservative Perspective said...

What State are you in RightKlik?

RightKlik said...

Tennessee

Christopher - Conservative Perspective said...

Beautiful State, I have visited once staying with friends in Cookville.

Diogenes Sarcastica said...

Looks like you got the snow we were suppose to get...we got ice instead. @*@^%#!