Which Button To Press?

Terrifying decision for climate alarmists.

Meanwhile National Geographic predicts 2019 will be the hottest year ever!

2019 may be the hottest year yet, spurred by El Nino and climate change—here’s why

Never mind the plummeting sea surface temperatures ….

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18 Responses to Which Button To Press?

  1. rah says:

    2019 will probably not be so hot as they predict but I have a strong suspicion that the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season will be quite a bit more active than the last two. The first half of the 2018 season was pretty much a bust due to all the dust blowing off of Africa into the MDR and still ended up being slightly above average. The potential for colliding air masses having contrasting pressures and temps that can set the convection machine off seems to be to be increasing.

  2. spike55 says:

    “Meanwhile National Geographic predicts 2018 will be the hottest year ever!”

    The stuff after that says 2019. Which do you mean?

    2018 is currently in 6th place in on a year to date UAH.

    And these “predictions” are more like a “memo” or “directive” to Gavin et al at GISS.

    • Disillusioned says:

      “And these “predictions” are more like a “memo” or “directive” to Gavin et al at GISS.”

      The adjustment green light he already knew was coming.

  3. Squidly says:

    Most people have no clue what “El Nino” is, or that it has nothing to do with the atmosphere and/or CO2. There is absolutely nothing humans could do to change the El Nino / La Nina cycle … it is submariner volcanism!

  4. Psalmon says:

    New “end of snow” article…this time for California…two years after CA set a new record for rainfall…see No California 8 Station record 2016-17…that year it rained so much Oroville Dam almost failed…they had to CHANGE the scale for the graph below…yes I predict future winters will have less rain than 2016-17…now give me $$$millions in grant money.

  5. iggie says:

    There seems to be a disconnect between NOAA’s SST map and the Australian BoM’s SST map.
    Anyone know why?

    • Mark Luhman says:

      Yes you link is to a map for the dates of 02/12/2018 to 03/12/2018 last winter the one above is for 13 of this month. Yes their should be a difference.

    • toorightmate says:

      The Australian BoM must be correct because they have enormous super, doper computers.
      It does not matter that they do not employ a single person with one iota of common sense.
      The computers do not lie!!!!

  6. JCalvertN(UK) says:

    I have been awaiting agog for this much-promised El-Nino. A few weeks back (through October mainly) there was a warm Kelvin wave – and for a while it looked like the beginnings of an El-Nino. But it has since largely subsided.

    • rah says:

      ENSO is in El Nino territory right now at plus one and ECMWF forecast from Dec. 1 shows it staying there. A mild Modoki El Nino is still the forecast. And it’s now just the ENSO that is pointing to it. The weather in the MJO phases have been and are behaving as it typical for an El Nino winter.

      • JCalvertN(UK) says:

        Notice how the waves are initiated in the west (“130E”) and traverse/propagate across to the east (“80W”).

        Currently the west is showing cooling. Now watch it propagate eastwards over the coming month . . .

  7. rah says:

    Joe Bastardi at Weatherbell forecasted the little December warmup that were having here in the NE and great lakes regions down to the Ohio Valley as is typical of an El Nino winter. That little warm up will be followed by a cold January and then a brutally cold February relative to the norms for those regions and reaching down into the deep south according to his forecast. So far his forecast for this winter has been pretty much right on the money and that forecast is based on there being an El Nino.

  8. Robertv says:

    Progressives just know 1 button.

    The 1010 No Pressure button


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