More sobering evidence of the warming of the earth.
This time from our neighbors to the north.
Ottawa will continue to crawl out from a record-breaking snowfall Tuesday as crews tackle one of the biggest snow removal operations in the city's history.
"It's no Academy Award, but it was the snowiest December day ever in the capital," said Environment Canada meteorologist David Phillips.
In total, 37 centimetres fell in Sunday's storm, setting a record for the most snow in a single December day since Environment Canada started keeping records in 1938. The previous record was 30.4 centimetres, which fell Dec. 21, 1977.
We understand that anecdotal evidence is not a very strong argument for global warming.
That's why we offered it.
Meanwhile, just scant days after the drama of the United Nations conference at Bali, the debate continues.
Source: The Big Dig: Monster Storm is a Record Breaker
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