May 30th In Climate History

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4 Responses to May 30th In Climate History

  1. rah says:

    Great! Makes the point in brevity. Regular updates I would imagine would do the same and for subjects that require greater length and detail perhaps something like Joe Bastardi’s Saturday summary?

  2. scott allen says:

    The main issues is people have the attention span of a Labrador Retriever.
    I was doing graduate work in the summer of 1974 when we (in the midwest) had record high temperatures (109 in July, in Omaha), 5 months later (January 1975) we had a record blizzard (over 24 inches of snow, in Omaha) and 4 months later we had a tornado that killed 3 people (in Omaha) and a total 36 tornados were reported that day/night.
    The difference is that then scientists were blaming global cooling. The trouble with humans is we believe history starts when we were born and what we remember since our births.

  3. Matt says:

    Toto has done well.
    The heaviest rainfall I have heard experience of in Noo Zeeeland was 18 inches in eighteen hours in ”87 in Gisborne. The hillsides turned into porridge.
    Your reports are a reality check. Bigger than Texas.

  4. rah says:

    Perhaps add in the factor of the AMO? People could then see that during the 30’s the AMO was in it’s longest sustained positive phase in the modern record? That during most of the 70’s it was on a very deep negative phase. That the current positive phase is in decline. etc.

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