Two Months Of Below Normal Polar Temperatures

Summers have been consistently cold near the North Pole over the last decade, and this summer is no exception. Temperatures have been normal or below every day for the last two months.

Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Facts don’t matter to progressives though. They are perfectly happy to lie about everything, all the time.

‘Next year or the year after, the Arctic will be free of ice’ | Environment | The Guardian

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25 Responses to Two Months Of Below Normal Polar Temperatures

  1. CheshireRed says:

    Wadhams is still lauded as a prophet at the Guardian despite his truly dire predictive accuracy. Quite incredible, but it fits with their mantra of ‘never admit errors, never apologise’. When any climate event falls against AGW they don’t want to know, with a failure to announce the current below-average temps acting as a nice example. Lying by omission is a well-practised art in climate circles, with these clowns being particularly accomplished.

    • arn says:

      The great thing about guys like wadham is their amazing one trick pony skills.

      He is predicting something ice free that will happen next year,or the year after.
      And in five years he will predict something ice free next year or the year after.

      Just like Hansen predicted in 1988 that manhatten will be flooded within 30years,
      and now he is saying we will have to wait another 30 years.

      (just like utopia is for communist only a year away(and always will be a yeae away)

      Both are using the same rhetoric trick and they look like apparatchicks produced in the same factory-the ‘science’ version of the stepford women.

  2. Andy DC says:

    Right in the very heart of the melt season and there is little, if any melting. That is no way to create a death spiral of anything, except for their grants! After 30 years of lying and moving the goal posts, you would think that even their fans would be catching on.

  3. frederik wisse says:

    I wonder what their , the alarmists , next hattrick will be . Here in Holland , the ecoloons , the socalled green left , very fashionable in our affluent society , are considering to save the planet by placing bans on carbondioxide and if invited are refusing to take responsibility in government and are refusing to share burdens with others .
    They prefer to live further in their own dream-world poisening the minds of a whole young generation . The stamp is also here in this part world and it will take more than trump here to put these people with both feet on the ground .

  4. Susan says:

    Off topic, but wanting your input on the crack in the Antarctic ice shelf that the media is making such a big deal about. Thanks!

    • Stewart Pid says:

      The crack would be an excellent place to dump a few hundred million leftards …. how is that for input??

    • CheshireRed says:

      Today in the Antarctic temps’ are somewhere between -15C and -70C, so according to experts it must be melting.

    • arn says:

      i”ve heard last year about an underwater volcano in the antarctic.
      Such huge amounts of energy will heat up the water below and the heat may crack the ice shelf.
      (but i don’t know where this volcano is located in the antarctic)

    • Kris Johanson says:

      Susan – try clicking on “west Antarctic collapse scam” at the top of the page.

      I think it’s been going to break off for about 300 years now that we know of. A bunch of Norwegians or Danes (the world’s self appointed do-gooders) were down there reporting on it in the 1930’s. Even if it suddenly breaks off, it’s already mostly floating, so the sea level wouldn’t rise much. And it probably would re-attach and re-freeze about a hundred times.

  5. Andy says:

    Yep. Lets hope it has similar temps to 2016 which was an average year, so we can do a back to back comparison. Not often you can say that!

    It’s tracking 2016 as we speak

    If it is an average summer weather wise in the Arctic and 2017 lowest goes higher or lower than 2016 minima then that will be interesting.


    • sunsettommy says:

      Then you admit that once again Wadhams is going to be waaay off on his latest no summer ice prediction?

    • AndyG55 says:

      When are you going to wake up to the fact that lower levels of Arctic sea ice are NOT A PROBLEM.

      The current levels are anomalously HIGH compared to the rest of the Holocene, because we are only a tiny bump above the LIA , the coldest period in 10,000 years.

      The benefits of lower extents of Arctic sea ice would be many for those living in the region.

      Commerce, travel , fishing….. like they used to do before the great freeze of the LIA.

      • Kris Johanson says:

        Re: melting arctic sea ice not a problem….

        Yes, plus the fact that it doesn’t represent any heat capacity to speak of. It’s like a postage stamp-size fleck of ice floating on a bathtub of water. The real ice is in Greenland and South Pole; when that’s down say 20 percent I’ll start getting concerned.

        • AndyG55 says:

          An approximate graph of Greenland total Ice Mass since 1900.

        • AndyG55 says:

          And an approximate graph of Antarctic total Ice Mass since 1900

          • Kris Johanson says:

            Yeah I’ve seen these before… these are classic!

            If you need to show a steep increase/decrease, zero way in on the y-axis. If you need to show flat lining, use semi-log paper.

    • AndyG55 says:

      the ONLY problem with lower Arctic sea ice extents is that it gives the Arctic sea ice worriers a reason to keep yapping like demented Chihuahuas.

  6. Rob Steward says:

    This seems to be a lot of hogwash mixed in with Alarmist dogma. Does anyone have contrasting data to this?

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