The ‘People’s Climate March’ was held Saturday but not in Colorado. Heavy snow forced the ‘People’ to postpone. Remember when climate alarmists at the New York Times said snow might be a thing of the past? Good times.
The Washington Times reports:
Heavy snow forces postponement of People’s Climate March rally in Colorado
At least one of the People’s Climate March rallies scheduled for Saturday in Colorado was cancelled as a result of a major snowstorm, providing climate skeptics with a good chuckle.
The Colorado Springs march, one of 12 slated to take place in Colorado, was canceled late Friday after heavy snow began falling across the Front Range, with more than a foot accumulating in some areas, as reported by Western Wire.
“Sometimes Mother Nature throws you a curveball!” said the Colorado Springs Council for Justice in a Friday post 350 Colorado Springs. “We know we aren’t in the business of risking anyone’s safety. Dangerous conditions and wet heavy snow in the forecast for tomorrow.”
More than 100 marchers braved the cold at a rally Saturday at Civic Center Park in Denver, where the snow was so heavy that someone was able to build a snowman, as shown in photos posted online.
— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) April 29, 2017
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