Global warming updates from the Pine Tree State

Damn,  it's cold!

Damn, it's cold!

Maine extends its ice fishing season due to unusually cold conditions.

April Fool's Day storm dumps more than a foot of snow on Portland.

The National Weather Service in Caribou said Friday the spring flooding potential for all of northern, central and downeast Maine is above normal through April 13 because of ice jams.

A new record for the number of consecutive days snow was on the ground in Caribou was set Thursday, the weather service said.
“There has been a foot or more of snow on the ground at Caribou, since Nov. 30 for a total of 121 days,” a posting on its website said. “This is the longest consecutive stretch with a foot or more of snow on the ground at Caribou.The old record of 120 days was set during the winter of 1968-1969.”
Weather records began being kept at Caribou in 1939.

I blame Bush.