Daily Archives: August 21, 2017

Updated Ice-Free Arctic Forecast

I’m now forecasting an ice-free Arctic on New Years Day, with temperatures at -35C. Charctic Interactive Sea Ice Graph | Arctic Sea Ice News and Analysis

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Temperatures Dropped Ten Degrees During The Eclipse

Tantra Lake Weather | Personal Weather Station: KCOBOULD120 by Wunderground.com | Weather Underground It didn’t get very dark here, but the sun felt much less intense during the eclipse.

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Eclipse Video

Make sure and watch before Google decides it is hate speech. I practiced for days to learning how to do this. Filming the Sun isn’t easy.

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Trying To Shut Me Down

Documenting other people’s hate speech is now considered hate speech.

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Messing With Texas

The summer of 2011 was one of the hottest summers on record in Texas and Oklahoma. The average maximum temperature was 100F, compared to 99.3F in 1934. It was an outlier, as Texas/Oklahoma summer temperatures have dropped sharply over the … Continue reading

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Journalism And Science Quality Reaches Stunning New Record Low

Last year, experts announced that the Arctic would be ice-free in 2017. During the winter, they announced that the ice was melting at -30C, and had shrunk to a record low. Cold air has set in over the Arctic, and … Continue reading

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Plummeting August 21 Temperatures In The US

August 21 used to be a hot day in the US, but maximum temperatures have declined since the 19th century. On August 21, 1936 twenty one percent of US stations were over 100F, compared to two percent last year (NASA’s … Continue reading

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August 21, 1883 – Rochester, Minnesota Destroyed By A Tornado

23 Aug 1883, Page 1 – Star Tribune

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Frequency Of Hot Days In The Midwest Down More Than 99%

During the summer of 1936, one maximum temperature measurement out five in the Midwest was over 100F, compared to one out of 800 this summer. One hundred degree days have become very rare in the Midwest since CO2 hit 350 … Continue reading

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New release with a ton of new stuff, This release requires new versions of ghcn.py (Linux/Mac) or ghcn.exe,(Windows) and new files US_final.tmax.txt and US_raw.tmax.txt . You will need all of the files in this directory on Google Drive. I’ve updated US.txt in file US.zip in that … Continue reading

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