Coolest April on record = tornado's s0ns!!

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    The April analomy was +0.12. So, for the strongest La Nina in forty years, the running mean is not even going to get down to the highest means prior to 1998. Does not bode well for what the temperatures will be like in 2012.

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    Odd, posted this a few minutes ago, and now it has disappeared.

    The analomy for April is +0.12. So, for the strongest La Nina in forty years, it looks as if the running mean will not even get down to the high points of the mean prior to 1998. Does not bode well for 2012.

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    Yes, the cooler storms coming in from the Pacific are contributing to the increase in tornado's this year.
     
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    Thanks for helping make the point bro...........Rocks has been on here the past ten days talking about global warming and the tornados in the same breath!!!:funnyface:
     
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    Cool storms from the Pacific, warm, very moist air from the Gulf, and a strong jet stream overhead. Wonderful recipe.
     
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    Really? What else do you need to make a tornado, moron...clueless troll.

    ps- I AM NOT YOUR BRO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My friends have a clue, you are the biggest delusional fuckstain here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     

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