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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

A winter without end

Environment Canada says Ottawa is approaching a record-breaking year with 410.7 centimetres this year compared to the previous record of 444.6 centimetres that fell in the winter of 1970-71.
If it's any consolation, spring is just 11 days away.

1 comment:

Halfwise said...

I lived in Ottawa back then. We just had weather; we didn't have climate change. But within about 3 years someone had joined the dots, and done some extrapolating, and the great ice age was to be feared.

I learned in statistics class back then that "trends are not destiny". It seems that lesson is about to be relearned. Or so I would hope.