My question stands... a 32 degree storm in 66 is snow but a 32 degree storm today is rain? Because as phrased in the long range thread that's how it sounds. I suppose what you're trying to say is that same storm track wouldn't be able to produce those temps today? On the surface that's a pretty silly argument because in simplest terms that storm was 32 and this storm would be 32 any other temp today is your speculation and opinion and to be clear I'm one who believes in the acceleration of CC. You guys are just yelling fire in a crowded theater.
Above statement is the opinion of myself and Leesburg 04 only and does not in any way reflect the opinion of anyone associated with them.