Nonetheless, on a 91-degree March afternoon, it was difficult to believe that some still deny that global warming is real.Tonight is predicted to set a cold temperature record for the date, the second time this has happened in a week. So far this month in Lincoln has been the coldest April on record. So let's make some minor tweaks to the above:
Nonetheless, on a 24-degree April night, it is difficult to believe that some still argue that global warming is real.Both statements are equally stupid.
It's now a 34 degree May evening, and the rain-snow line is moving inexorably across Seward Co. towards Lincoln. The Weather Channel is forecasting 3 - 7 inches by tomorrow evening, but no one really knows, because May snowfalls are, well, rarer than snow in summer. Or late spring, anyway.