Global Warming? Los Angeles Records Coldest February in 60 Years

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Left has tried their best to reignite global warming hysteria lately, even getting some squishy Republicans to buy into their narrative. However, the most recent chapter in the temperature logs of Los Angeles show why they may be having a hard time selling the Global Warming myth.

The Los Angeles Times:

“This month is the coldest February in downtown Los Angeles in nearly 60 years, with the average high temperature at 60.6 degrees as of Sunday. That’s a full 8 degrees below the normal average temperature, the National Weather Service said in a news release announcing the record lows.

It hasn’t been this cold since 1962, when the average high temperature for the month in downtown L.A. was 59.8 degrees, the weather service said.[…]”

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Meanwhile, the Golden State’s snowpack is already well more than 100 percent of its average April 1 levels. And there is still a month of cold weather to go.

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It snowed in Las Vegas earlier this week.

Far be it, though, for the shivering masses across the country to be skeptical of the man-made Global Warming narrative. A consensus of scientists have agreed it is a doomsday type problem, regardless of all the ‘inconvenient truths’ reality presents us with.

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