Proof of global warming, perhaps? #GlobalWarming
theatlantic:

The Spring of 2012 Is the Hottest in U.S. History

In case, you know, you haven’t been outside in the past three month, it’s about to become official: unless a freak blizzard blankets the country by Thursday, the spring of 2012 will go down as the warmest for the U.S. in 117 years of record-keeping. The National Climatic Data Center won’t release a report on the temperatures in May until sometime in June, but based on their assessment of March and April, University of Maryland professor Steve Scolnik, who blogs at Climate Capital, says that our warm May will smash the 102-year-old record.
Read more at The Atlantic Wire. [Image: Dino Grandoni]

Proof of global warming, perhaps? #GlobalWarming

theatlantic:

The Spring of 2012 Is the Hottest in U.S. History

In case, you know, you haven’t been outside in the past three month, it’s about to become official: unless a freak blizzard blankets the country by Thursday, the spring of 2012 will go down as the warmest for the U.S. in 117 years of record-keeping. The National Climatic Data Center won’t release a report on the temperatures in May until sometime in June, but based on their assessment of March and April, University of Maryland professor Steve Scolnik, who blogs at Climate Capital, says that our warm May will smash the 102-year-old record.

Read more at The Atlantic Wire. [Image: Dino Grandoni]

Reblogged from The Atlantic