Overheated Atmosphere Update

Thanks to overheated air caused by your SUV, snow cover currently extends about 1,000 miles further south than normal on both sides of the pole.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

This is caused by very cold Arctic air covering almost all of North America and Asia.

Climate Reanalyzer

You “folks” need to start listening, to keep the Earth from burning up.

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23 Responses to Overheated Atmosphere Update

  1. Bob Hoye says:

    Cooling shows in other series:
    Lake Erie
    Surface Temp 49.0—52.1—55.1
    Whole Volume Temp 50.3—53.5—56.2
    This date: 2018—2017—2016

  2. Bob Hoye says:

    Meant to include:
    Natural gas price declined to 2.75 on Sept 10.
    Now at 4.10.
    Headlines about current warming may be erroneous.

  3. Stewart Pid says:

    The Grifftard will soon be in the deep freeze and I hope the little peckerhead freezes into a solid block of ice … Nicholson’s demise at the end of the Shining would be a nice outcome for Ed.

  4. Donna K. Becker says:

    I have a friend who insists that “climate change,” e.g., global warming, results in cold winters and hot summers. How should I respond?

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      I’d tell your friend that the tilt of the Earth’s axis in relation to its orbital plane causes summers and winters.

      I would go easy with too much science but I would point out that summers are hot and winters are cold.

  5. Mr GrimNasty says:

    So Griff, is the Arctic re-freezing this year or not?

    • Jason Calley says:

      If I ever decide to start a religious cult, Griff is exactly the sort of member I want to recruit.

    • spike55 says:

      The last 3 weeks have been the fastest refreeze for the equivalent 3 weeks in both DMI (back to 2003) and NSIDC (back to 1988)

      • Steven Fraser says:

        DMI Sea Ice volume reported for Nov 14: Current value, 13,203 cu km, retaining ranking of #8 of the 16-year series, and rising to 96.69% of the series average for the day, and 96.16% of the DMI-charted 10-year reference period (2004-2013) average.

        The gap between the current volume and the 16-year average is now 452 cu km.

  6. AndyDC says:

    In the central US, where people actually live, temperatures are averaging between 10-12 degrees below normal for this November. Right now it is snowing and 30 degrees in Memphis. Last night there was a hard freeze over much of central and southern Texas. Snow flurries in Houston. How often does that happen this early in the season?

  7. DH says:

    Barrow sea ice cam shows the ocean nearly frozen over.
    http://seaice.alaska.edu/gi/observatories/barrow_webcam/

  8. John F. Hultquist says:

    This past growing season must have been a good year for Black Oil Sunflowers.
    Our local retailers and Co-op have all had specials on bagged seeds.
    In anticipation of a cold winter, we have stocked up on sunflower seed, and also bought 20 pounds of mixed stuff just in case a bird or two has a different preference.

    Real winter, with snow, is still in our future. Under High Pressure we do have some “patchy freezing fog”, and wonder of wonders, the wind turbine power is bouncing off of the zero line every now and then.

  9. Brian D says:

    Cold Fall, to be sure. Records falling. Snow into the southern states much earlier than normal. Solar min much. Maybe the polar bears will progress south and have a progressive dinner. :) (oops..did I just say that)

  10. Rah says:

    Joe Bastardi was calling for a bit of a warm up for we in the east but now says it looks like we may continue the decent right into hard winter. Glad I got my hoses disconnected, drained,and stored.

  11. Rah says:

    Harvest almost completed now in the lower corn belt from what I’ve seen in my travels. A few beans to get in is all.

  12. LOL@Klimate Katastrophe Kooks says:

    “Start Listening, Folks: All-out Effort Needed To Prevent Climate Disaster”

    {h/t to Sir James Matthew Barrie.}

    CAGW’s voice was so low that at first Hansen could not make out what it said. Then he made it out. It was saying that it thought the planet could get well again if child-like adults believed in climate fairy tales.

    “Do you believe?!” Hansen cried.

    Mann sat up in bed almost briskly to listen to CAGW’s fate.

    He fancied he heard answers in the affirmative, but then again he wasn’t sure.

    “What do you think?” he asked Hansen.

    “If you believe,” Hansen shouted to them, “clap your hands; don’t let CAGW die!”

    Ineducable reality-denying anti-science kooks clapped.

    Most others didn’t.

    A few skeptics hissed.

  13. LOL@Klimate Katastrophe Kooks says:

    The clapping stopped suddenly; as if countless scientists had rushed to their calculations to prove climate fairy tales weren’t true; but already CAGW was saved. First its voice grew strong, then it popped out of bed, then it was flashing through the room more merry and impudent than ever. It never thought of thanking those who believed, but it would have like to get at the ones who had hissed.

    “And now to rescue Socialism!”

  14. Rah says:

    As I write this there is 1/8″ of ice covering the outside of my central Indiana home and the precip hasn’t changed to snow yet as was forecast. Freezing rain sucks!

  15. Steven Fraser says:

    DFW low yesterday was 22F. Brrrrr! Cold enough to wither the leafy plants in the garden. Time to pull them out for the Winter.

  16. Rah says:

    Ended up with 1/4″ of ice. Several places have lost power but not my area. Couple of good sized Limbs down in my yard and others. Trees which still had some leaves took the worst beating.

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