Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Moncton

3 Comments:

Blogger Nostalgic for the Pleistocene said...

Pretty!

Looks like people are still riding bikes around there!

8:02 PM  
Blogger ronnie said...

It's been unseasonably warm for weeks here. It was around 8C today (online conversion says that's around 47F). People are starting to worry that we'll "pay for this" later.

It's possibly all part of the whole "climate change/global warming" scenario - and more disturbing than pleasant.

10:56 PM  
Blogger Sherwood Harrington said...

I know that climate change is something that can only be judged over long time periods and widespread deviations from previous norms, not from individual weather anomalies -- but, sheesh, there is a lot of weird stuff going on at the local level, isn't there?

Here in California, I don't think I've ever seen the National Weather Service models be so very wrong on short time spans (a week or less) than I have this fall. It's gotten so bad that, this afternoon, the daily "discussion" on their website actually used the models' prediction that a storm two weeks from now would not materialize to justify predicting that it probably will materialize! I don't think they were joking.

Or materialise, if it extends up into BC.

On another matter altogether, ronniecat, I just tried sending you an e-mail on your ronniecat.com account, and it bounced back with the message that your mail is "over quota." Here's what my message was:

I thought you and Mojo might get a kick out of this photo on Flickr:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/pwils10/2461962369/

... and, actually, the other tuxedo-kitty shots in that "photostream" are
pretty cool, too.

12:40 AM  

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