It's all about choices: the Matrix is real. We Are Spiritual Beings having a Human Experience.

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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Temperature changes 100 degrees in one week in Oklahoma

Oh...just thought this bit of weather news was interesting...for the obvious reason that like the song says, "Baby, It's Cold Outside."
 Even better, just wait till the pole shift takes place (yes, in OUR lifetime, and real soon).

Temperature swings 100 degrees in one week in Okla. town

Residents in the Northern Oklahoma town of Nowata experienced a nearly 110-degree shift in the weather this week after a cold front brought temperatures down to a record-setting -31 degrees.
Today, it's a balmy 72 degrees in Nowata. Yesterday, it reached 79 degrees.

On Feb. 10, it was slightly colder in the region than it was on the South Pole, notes Tulsa World writer Cary Aspinall. More than 3,000 Nowata homes lost power and residents spent the next few days digging their cars and homes out of the snow. There was so much snow in Tulsa last week that city officials began debating provisional plans to truck it out of town.

On Thursday, the 79 degree weather tied for the warmest Feb. 17 since 1907.
Climate scientists note that extreme swings in weather are associated with the gradual warming of the earth's climate. And the Oklahoma Climatological Survey has verified that the state's average temperature readings have been trending upward, with some year-to-year variations, since the late 1980s.

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