You’ll notice

February 16, 2010

. . .that none of the articles talking about more moisture in the air bother to cite any statistics on current levels of precipitation vs normal.

Let’s take a look at January in DC. Normally Reagan National Airport would get 3.21 inches of precipitation. In 2010 it got 1.56. It’s not clear that this February will have above average precipitation either, and even if it is higher, it’s not going to make up for the fact that January was over 50% low.

A couple months of data from one city doesn’t a rule make, but, like I said, why haven’t any of the Warmist articles I’ve read cited any actual statistics? The question answers itself.




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