Alaska Global Warming Update

During May and June 2019, southerly winds blew the ice offshore from Alaska.

DMI Link

Climate experts determined this was due to a one part per ten thousand increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide over the past century.

But the carbon dioxide started having trouble trapping heat in Alaska towards the end of last year.

This year, thick ice is hugging the coast of Alaska in the Beaufort Sea.

DMI Link

And cold Beaufort Sea temperatures are forecast into July.

10-Day Temperature Outlook

This is a problem for alarmists. If they want low ice extent in September, they need a big melt in the Beaufort Sea now when the sun is high in the sky. Reggie better get his blowtorch out.

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6 Responses to Alaska Global Warming Update

  1. Stewart Pid says:

    Ahh! Good old Reggie …. I wonder which MacDonalds he is flipping burgers at ;-)
    Reggie can grill the burgers with his blow torch.

  2. MrGrimNasty says:

    Antartic sea ice has returned to normal after the 2016/17 drop.

    The W. peninsula warming (the only bit that is actually warming) has been declared natural by a recent publication.

    Greenland has had some late in the season significant mass accumulations, with a delayed melt.

    Australia recently broke well over 100 cold records.

    The world is on fire apparently!

    The UK might touch 30C in London next week, that’s all the MSM will report.

  3. lance says:

    Blow torches are so ‘yesterday’….he will unleash a covid-19 on the artic ice!!
    It won’t have a chance….

  4. Inspectordave says:

    The NWS only goes back to the year 1981 for normal temperatures. I asked the local weather service why the normals only go back to 1981. Here is the reply:
    Scientists traditionally define a Climate Normal as an average over a recent 30-year period. The most recent period covers the period from 1981 to 2010. Why 30 years? At the International Meteorological Conference —now known as the World Meteorological Organization— at Warsaw in 1935, the years 1901–30 were selected as the international standard period for normals. Recommended international usage is to recalculate the normals at the end of every decade using the preceding 30 years, so in 2021 there will be a new set of normals released for the period 1991-2020. This practice is used to take account of the changes in climate and to add more recently established stations to the network with observed normals. Also, a general rule in statistics says that you need at least 30 numbers to get a reliable estimate of their mean or average. Over the past 2 sets of normals (1971-2000 and 1981-2010), it has generally become warmer. As far as precipitation, it has become wetter in our area. We will see the same thing when the new sets of normals are released next year.

    Like Paul Harvey used to say, “And now you know the rest of the story”. New normal’s will start on January 1st.

  5. Jae Sinclai says:

    Global warmists cutting 24 cubic meter hole in ice that doesn’t exist
    A 3×4-metre pool is cut into the sea ice.
    Long chainsaws and ice drills are needed to cut through the 2m-thick ice.

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