12 February 2010

Global Warming Report

The question earlier today was whether there would be snow in every state. The holdouts were Florida and Hawaii. But it seems that there is a dusting of snow in Florida, so the lone holdout is Hawaii.

It does snow in Hawaii every winter on the two tallest volcanoes, but currently there is no snow there.

This report was posted three hours ago, so it's the latest: Honolulu Advertiser: There's snow in every state except Hawaii

Forty-nine states have snow now, from the Gulf Coast's Redneck Riviera to the skyscrapers of Dallas.

The lone holdout? Hawaii.

Although snow falls every winter on Hawaii's two tallest volcanoes, the National Weather Service in Honolulu said there was no snow in the state today.

Snow had even fallen in the Florida Panhandle and along the South Carolina coast.

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