Moscow Heatwave Update

Moscow has had twenty two days over 95F (35C.) Two occurred in 1972, two in 1981, one in 1996, and the rest in 2010.

7/7/1972	95
8/21/1972	95
7/22/1981	95
7/30/1981	95
7/11/1996	96
7/17/2010	95
7/22/2010	95
7/23/2010	97
7/24/2010	98
7/25/2010	97
7/26/2010	100
7/27/2010	96
7/28/2010	100
7/29/2010	101
8/2/2010	98
8/3/2010	95
8/4/2010	99
8/5/2010	98
8/6/2010	99
8/7/2010	95
8/8/2010	97
8/9/2010	96

When the 2010 heatwave occurred, Seth Borenstein announced the end of the world.

21 Dec 2010, Page 6 – Lansing State Journal at

There hasn’t been a repeat of the heatwave, and temperatures in Moscow have been cold this summer. So experts moved the apocalypse to Paris and London and Greenland for their three day heatwaves.-

Moscow, Russia 10-Day Forecast | Weather Underground

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7 Responses to Moscow Heatwave Update

    • rah says:

      Yes, we know that dumbasses think that there were no wild fires before man and that all wild fires are bad. They are in fact a natural requirement for the revitalization of the land. Just as when die your corrupt carcass will provide fertilizer in one way or another for new growth. That is unless humanity goes the way you want it to. Then your carcass could be Soylent green.

    • Gator says:

      Do you ever have any credible sources? It is no wonder that you hate poor brown people when all your sources are leftist rags.

      Guess what? I just discovered that you have another poor brown people hating CAGW believer on your team. He left a manifesto in which he describes his frustration regarding America’s unwillingness to address climate change.

      Everything I have seen and heard in my short life has led me to believe that the average American isn’t willing to change their lifestyle, even if the changes only cause a slight inconvenience. The government is unwilling to tackle these issues beyond empty promises since they are owned by corporations.”

      It said reducing the number of people in the country is a way to help staunch the drain on natural resources.

      “I just want to say that I love the people of this country, but g*d d*** most of y’all are just too stubborn to change your lifestyle. So the next logical step is to decrease the number of people in America using resources. If we can get rid of enough people, then our way of life can become more sustainable.”
      -Patrick Crusius

      Why do you crazy people hate poor brown people and believe in CAGW?

      • GW Smith says:

        Ah yes, we can always rely on the ever objective Wikipedia to paint a clear picture of reality supported by the ever to fair minded NYT and WP. It’s a wonder any young brain survives to see the “far right” as anything but white supremacist hate mongering Nazis.

        • Gator says:

          Crusius apparently admired the New Zealand killer, Brenton Tarrant, who described himself as an “eco-fascist”. The main problem here is clearly mental heath. It is no longer PC to lock up crazy people. PC is literally killing us, in many ways.

      • Gator says:

        And now we see who Connor Betts was…

        On social media, the suspect’s biography started to emerge. On his Twitter page, reviewed by Heavy, he described himself as “he/him / anime fan / metalhead / leftist / i’m going to hell and i’m not coming back.” He wrote on Twitter that he would happily vote for Democrat Elizabeth Warren, praised Satan, was upset about the 2016 presidential election results, and added, “I want socialism, and i’ll not wait for the idiots to finally come round to understanding.” The Greene County Board of Elections lists his party as “Dem.”

        Connor Betts’ Twitter page is very different; he indicates he’s a “leftist” and rails against QAnon, ICE, the industrial revolution, and police.

        So whose rhetoric is inspiring who to do what?

  1. rah says:

    Hey, they got a cherry pick somewhere. The Atlantic Hurricane season so far has been pretty much a bust and it’s looking like there is a good chance that will remain the case for the rest of August at least.
    If not for the N. Indian Ocean basin being at 500% above the average YTD the Global ACE would be way down instead of at 108%.

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