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Severe Weather and the Economic Impact
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By popular demand, this thread is intended for discussion of severe weather events and any related economic impact.

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5354Anyone notice it snowed in Van Thur or Fri ?3bar-an hour ago
5353SOrry My comment applies across the board.. whether you think we will cook or fThe Black Swan-last Wednesday
5352for me, that's a bridge too far. I'm a no need for salt kind of guy.Drygulch Dan-last Wednesday
5351Hmmm... No added salt either??? I think I'll change your SI alias to "pEL KABONG!!!1last Tuesday
5350I am with KaBong, I like eating animal and bird meat be it domesticated or wild.Drygulch Dan-last Tuesday
5349Fortunately for everyone, I am not a righteous vegetarian who lecttures people oLoneClone-last Tuesday
5348For those of us who are "scapes" challenged... cooksillustrated.com EL KABONG!!!-last Tuesday
5347SOrry, we constantly get people trying to turn this board into a debate on globaLoneClone-last Tuesday
5346I completely understand it. Evidently you missed the real point.. BTW I am haThe Black Swan-last Tuesday
5345Do you know that every 200 the Earth slowly warms up and quickly cools down . It3bar-last Monday
5344Sorry thought it was a warming up / cooling down debate . Threw that in for a co3bar-last Monday
5343Expect weather extremes of all types to become more frequent. As Jeff GoldbloomOld_Sparky-last Monday
5342As you know, disturbing the equilibria that make up climate causes weather outliLoneClone-last Monday
5341Yes to go with a 3 others . Message 322372303bar-last Sunday
5340Anomalyjohnlw-July 13
5339Poland snow in July . sott.net3bar1July 13
5338I am surprised even you don't seem to comprehend the difference between climLoneClone-July 12
5337Weather forecast for Toronto yesterday was for 15 mm rain a few days ago.. it enThe Black Swan-July 12
5336Not in the least-disappointment is not an emotion generated for me from postingsjohnlw2July 12
5335Two straight attempts to provoke me, and each time I failed to rise to the bait.LoneClone-July 9
5334Precipitation is well above normal for 3/4 of the province. Still a couple big fjohnlw-July 9
5333SIx weeks ago the entire province was red or yellow (Extreme or Serious) on the LoneClone-July 8
5332 Was a flood watch part of your trepidation? vancouversun.com Flood watjohnlw-July 8
5331It's official -- all of British Columbia's 944375 sq km is now in some lLoneClone-June 22
5330Apologies to all, the sight of watching the Alberta premier rolls back anti-GHG LoneClone-June 4
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