Comments for: 2012 has 90 percent chance of becoming warmest year on record in U.S.

Posted Nov. 15, 2012, at 8:50 p.m.

BOSTON — This year has a 90 percent chance of ending as the warmest on record in the lower 48 states, the U.S. National Climatic Data Center said Thursday. Temperatures from January through October were 1.1 degrees Fahrenheit higher than the previous mark, set in 1998, and 3.4 degrees above …

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  • der is no such thing is globul wurming….derrrrr

    • Anonymous

      You (and homemeine, implied) are the first to bring up global warming for this article. AGW is not mentioned in the text other than 2012 being likely the warmest year on record.

  • Anonymous

    More please! Who says this is worse? 40 below stinks, I am leaving my SUV running all winter just to help! LOLOLOLOLOL

  • Anonymous

    As usual, the weather will be interesting.

  • Anonymous

    Hurry up and carbon tax us all! Stop using fossil fuels immediately. Shoot all the moose and cows who pass gas. Let’s all hold our breath for 3 hours a day. Let’s go back to the horse and buggy. Al Gore for pres!

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