North Texans are still talking about the Christmas Eve storm, which created blizzard-like conditions and buried Tarrant County under 2 to 4 inches of snow, marking the first time in more than 80 years that North Texans had a true white Christmas.More snow for Tuesday, though not as much.
So we had snow for the Global Warming conference, which was cut short when the American contingent had to get home to miss a major snow storm. Then we had a system that covered more than half the lower 48 in snow including the first snow for Christmas in Dallas in 80 years, with more on the way.
Are we still worried about global warming? Just asking.
Of course I had heard that the new issue is the Nitrogen Cycle. (Which actually is a problem in some locations.)