Thursday, January 28, 2010

Arizona: Navajo & Hopi Reservations Under 8 ft of Snow

Well, "up to" 8 feet. I blame global warming. Arizonans dig out from massive snowstorm -

It is actually a serious problem. Roofs collapsing. People cutoff from supplies of food. Domesticated animals struggling to survive.
Last week's storm dumped 54.2 inches of snow on Flagstaff in the seven days ending Sunday, causing President Obama to declare a state of emergency in Arizona.

That's the most snow for the college town since 84.6 inches fell in 1967, according to the National Weather Service
Clearly this snow is the result of global warming.

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