Daily Archives: September 3, 2018

Mosher Spills The Beans

NOAA does not currently tamper with the daily temperature data, but Mosher says they are working on it. with the US record I’d steer clear of daily records, way too many inhomogenieties in the early observation practice. Some folks are … Continue reading

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Can Miami Rebuild?

Drudge says Miami was slammed by a storm. This is what Miami looks like this afternoon. EarthCam – Miami Cams This is what Miami looked like in September, 1926

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Earliest Arctic Minimum On Record?

MASIE data currently shows the Arctic sea ice minimum on August 31, with a significant increase in ice extent since then. Previous Arctic minimum dates. 2006 : September 24 2007 : September 18 2008 : September 22 2009 : September 12 … Continue reading

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Labor Day 1935 : Most Intense US Hurricane

On Labor Day, 1935 the Florida Keys were hit by a category 5 hurricane with 185 MPH winds. The winds were so strong, it blew a train thirty feet off the tracks. It was the most intense hurricane in US … Continue reading

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Charging Your Fossil Fuel Free Electric Car

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