It seems more than appropriate that the Gore Effect might be in full swing in NYC on Sept. 21 when climate hand-wringers from around the country gather to protest the world being maybe a full degree warmer than it was 100 years ago.
The latest Climate Forecast System forecast for the 10-day period around that blessed event (12 days from now) shows the eastern U.S. pretty dang chilly, with temperatures averaging 8-10 deg. below normal (Plot courtesy of WeatherBell.com):
Of course, now that cold weather is also the fault of global warming the participants can complain about that, too.
Background on People’s Climate march:
Claim: ‘People’s Climate March’ represents the biggest expansion of the climate movement so far’
Watch: NYT’s climate reporter Justin Gillis appears in video promoting McKibben’s climate march: ‘Disruption’ video is part of ‘People’s Climate March’
Background on ‘Gore Effect’:
Factsheet on the ‘Gore Effect’– ‘Happens when global warming-related event, or appearance by Gore is marked by exceedingly cold weather/snow’
Man Unicycles Across Canada for Global Warming During Record-Breaking Cool Summer
British Antarctic Survey trapped without power during record cold -55.4° C
Al Gore’s climate-changers at EPA hearings foiled by cool temperatures
EPA forced to move climate hearings on coal plant restrictions due to ‘large scale power outage’ – EPA’s own version of ‘Gore Effect’?
‘Gore Effect’ Strikes Another Global Warming Hearing: Senate climate hearing met by DC snowstorm – ‘Snow coats D.C. area’ – Area under ‘Winter Weather Advisory’
Gore Effect Strikes Keystone XL Pipeline Protesters! ‘At 37 degrees with a major snowstorm headed Wichita’s way, it was a cold day to protest global warming’
The Gore Effect lives! As soon as Obama mentioned ‘climate change’ it started snowing on Capitol Hill
The National Weather Service conditions for Washington DC sa of 9:52 PM EST:
Obama: ‘But the debate is settled. Climate change is a fact. And when our children’s children look us in the eye and ask if we did all we could to leave them a safer, more stable world, with new sources of energy, I want us to be able to say yes, we did.’