Another Day Of Heavy Snow In Southwest Greenland

It is July 27, and they are getting snow almost to the coast of southwest Greenland. Same as a day earlier.

 

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Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

They are having their coldest year since the Mt Pinatubo cooled year of 1993.

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This is an area that was farmed by the Vikings, but is now much too cold. Their two week long growing season is over. Temperatures there have plummeted over the past decade.

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10-Day Temperature Outlook

The very short melt season is Greenland has come to an abrupt end, with a net gain of 300 billion tons of ice over the past year.

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Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

Climate criminals claim that Greenland is melting down, and that there never was a Medieval Warm Period – because they are paid by politicians to lie and fabricate fake temperature data.

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4 Responses to Another Day Of Heavy Snow In Southwest Greenland

  1. dave andrews says:

    Blow torches will be needed for Jim Hansen’s prediction of 10 feet of sea level rise in 50 years is to come true.

  2. Realist says:

    Looking at the Greenland SMB graph, it seems the melt season started a month late and ended a month early, leaving about 1 month of actual melt. That’s darn near ice age conditions.

    • Realist says:

      2/3 of the melt season gone (assuming temps don’t warm up). That’s one giant zit on the butt of AGW. It will be interesting to see how they try to pop it.

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