Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Snowfall Made Simple


(And, just for the sake of repetition of the obvious: warmer air means more evaporation, more moisture capacity, and, then, almost like science -- more snow. In the winter. When it snows.)

2 comments:

Timmyson said...

That guy is hilarious!

Frank Drackman said...

So since there's alot more warm humid air in the Summer(Come South of the 54th Parallell sometime)why doesn't it Snow in July??...
Sorry Sid, can't give ya this one, when its 95 in Georiga in August its GLOBAL WARMING, when it Snows in Georgia on X-mas(Happy now?) its GLOBAL WARMING, I mean GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE cause y'all got tired of looking rediculous when the President(Peace be upon Him) had to leave the Global Climate Change Conference early cause a blizzard was bearing down on DC...
Sorry, gotta run, my 505HP ZO6 Vettes been idling for the last hour, its a blustery 42 degrees out, and I didn't spring for the heated seats...

Frank

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