"On the same day Secretary of State John Kerry held up a new United Nations climate change report as evidence of global warming, a record-breaking storm hit his home state of Massachusetts, which he was visiting that day for a funeral and a football game....
As the statement was released, temperatures were dropping in New England and snow began to blanket the north east, leading to the most snow fall on record for Nov. 2 in the Bay State in 120 years.
Later in the day the snow dissipated and just rain and sleet came down throughout the afternoon, the Boston Globe reports.
Still, enough snow fell that the field of the New England Patriots had to be cleaned off ahead of their early evening football game, which Kerry attended with Patriots owner Robert Kraft and watched from a cozy seat in Kraft's indoor box, as CNS News pointed out.
Outdoors, average Patriots fans braved the 40 degree weather and 13 mile an hour winds that made the temperature feel like a chilly 32 degrees Fahrenheit to see their team play. Temperatures crept back up into the low 50s today today, Weather Channel data shows."...
So much time spent in artifically heated billionaire owners' indoor suites may have confused John Kerry about the planet.
Image: 11/2/14, "Snow and cold at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on Sunday where fans waited to watch the New England Patriots play. (AP Photo)"
Per Forbes, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is worth $4 billion.
General view of climate controlled New England Patriots luxury indoor suites:
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More on Kerry and his latest global warming and impending “large-scale disaster” announcement on the same day as record snow in Foxborough, Massachusetts:
11/3/14, "Kerry Warns: 'Our Planet Is Warming'--During Record-Breaking Blizzard," CNS News, Brittany M. Hughes
"“The bottom line is that our planet is warming,” Secretary of State John Kerry said in a statement on Sunday-- the same day he braved the cold and and the snow to watch the New England Patriots play football in his home state of Massachusetts.
Sunday's snowstorm in Foxborough was the strongest early-November snowstorm in over a century. Groundskeepers had to clear the field before the Patriots could play.
“The bottom line is that our planet is warming due to human actions, the damage is already visible, and the challenge requires ambitious, decisive and immediate action,” Kerry said in a statement released earlier on Sunday. He was reacting to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's latest climate assessment...
Kerry also warned of a “large-scale disaster” if the threat of global warming is not addressed.
On the same day the State Department released Kerry’s statement, a “record-breaker” nor’easter slammed into Massachusetts, bringing with it “the most snow recorded on any Nov. 2 reported in 120 years,” the Boston Globe reported.
A bundled-up Kerry was seen at the late-afternoon football game at Gillette Stadium, where temperatures dropped into the 20s by 6 p.m., around the time high-wind warnings were issued for nearby areas.
Kerry himself enjoyed the game from an indoor box alongside the Patriots' owner, Robert Kraft.
Over the weekend there were widespread reports of fallen trees, downed power lines and damaged property from the heavy winds, the newspaper stated....
According to satellite data from weather instruments, there has been no evidence of global warming for the past 18 years, CNSNews.com reported in September." via Free Rep.
11/2/14, "A satellite image of the storm taken Sunday," ap via Boston Globe
"Photos of the season’s first snow," Boston Globe staff
11/2/14, "With snow burst in Boston, storm breaks record," Boston Globe, by Jacqueline Tempera and Jennifer Smith
"The storm that brought Massachusetts its first snow of the season, along with strong winds, power outages, and coastal flooding, was a record-breaker. The nor’easter hit the state Saturday and churned into Sunday, depositing the most snow recorded on any Nov. 2 in 120 years, according to weather observers."...
In Oct. 2014, Kerry predicted the end of life on Earth as we know it:
10/9/14, "John Kerry to Climate Doubters: Catastrophe Ahead," Boston Globe, Shan Wang
"U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry doesn’t mince words when it comes to climate change skeptics.
“If they’re wrong: catastrophe,” Kerry is reported to have said Thursday morning during a speech at the Wind Technology Testing Center in Charlestown.
“Climate change can seem like a distant, future challenge. It’s dangerous to believe we have time to wait,” he said. Kerry is touring the WTTC with Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond of the United Kingdom."
10/9/14, from Mark Knoller twitter