Christmas 1955 was much warmer

Christmas 1955 was much warmer
(Image: Sun-Sentinel, Taimy Alvarez)

[Ed. – But it’s probably an evil denialist act to notice that.]

Christmas Eve 1955 was much warmer [than 2015]. Three fourths of the country was over 60 degrees, and Ashland Kansas,  Geary Oklahoma and Encinal Texas were all over 90 degrees. Fort Lauderdale was 85 degrees. All of the stations below were over 60 degrees on Christmas Eve, 1955.

Last winter, the East Coast had record cold. That was ignored because it was “less than 1% of the Earth.”  But this week, the Eastern US defines the global climate.

In Irving Berlin’s 1954 musical “White Christmas” – the story line was 70 degrees in Vermont on Christmas eve and no snow.

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