12/17/2009

Copenhagen expects white Christmas

During the last 109 years Copenhagen has had seven white Christmases, that is a 6 percent rate.

World leaders flying into Copenhagen today to discuss a solution to global warming will first face freezing weather as a blizzard dumped 10 centimeters (4 inches) of snow on the Danish capital overnight.

“Temperatures will stay low at least the next three days,” Henning Gisseloe, an official at Denmark’s Meteorological Institute, said today by telephone, forecasting more snow in coming days. “There’s a good chance of a white Christmas.” . . .

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Blogger OldSouth said...

Wasn't a Global Warming conference in Washington snowed out in the Spring of last year?

Can't claim that God lacks a sense of humor, can we?

12/17/2009 12:46 PM  
Blogger Paul_In_Houston said...

forecasting more snow in coming days. “There’s a good chance of a white Christmas.” . . .

Is Al Gore sill there? :-)

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12/17/2009 2:21 PM  
Blogger Angela said...

From your tone, I am assuming that 4 of them did not happen in the last 10 years.

12/17/2009 7:44 PM  

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