Nine Degrees Warming In Sydney By 2070

In 2007, an Australian government study said Australia was having its worst drought on record and warned Sydney would warm nine degrees by 2070.

Sydney warned of warming spike – World Environment –

Sydney is currently having one of their coolest summers on record and their worst flooding in 60 years.

Three years after their 2007 forecast, it rained so much in Australia that sea level dropped several mm

Australia’s record rains lowered sea level | Nature

As is normally the case with government climate scientists, they were lying both about the past and the future.

Federation Drought | National Museum of Australia

Drought of 1891 to 1903 reconstructed shows today’s conditions likely to have more devastating effects – ABC Rural – ABC News

January-March temperatures peaked at Bathurst in 1878, and have dropped off sharply since then. In 1878, Bathurst reached 112F. This year’s warmest was 96F.

Australia was extremely hot in 1878, and Minnesota had no winter.

14 Jan 1878 – Great Heat in the Interior. – Trove

19 Mar 1878, Page 2 – Star Tribune at

1878 was the peak year from the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation, which Michael Mann is currently trying to cancel.

Wood for Trees: Interactive Graphs

The Rise and Fall of the “Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation” | MICHAEL E. MANN

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10 Responses to Nine Degrees Warming In Sydney By 2070

  1. Aussie says:

    We lived in Bathurst for many years. It gets pretty cold there during winter, for Australian standards.

    Interesting to see how temperatures have fallen.

    This is also similar to other Australian Rural centres. But the BOMs homogenisation program takes care of that. By homogenising Bathurst and other areas against UHI centres like Sydney Newcastle etc they remove the downtrend.

    Any study of the BOMs homogenisation program, where often centres hundreds of kilometres away are used, shows either the BOM has no clue whatsoever about what they are trying to do, or they know very well what they are doing in falsifying temperatures to a warming trend. Either way we need to have a Royal Commission into the methods Dr Johnsons crew are employing.

  2. Peter Carroll says:

    The photograph attributed to Al Jazeera is rather embarrassing. It was taken at the approaches to the new, “flood proof”, bridge at Windsor, NSW.

  3. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Anthropogenic global warming is fantastic! It’s the climatologists’ cure all. They don’t ever have to think; just blame everything on it. It makes oceans rise. It makes oceans fall. It makes summers hot and even hotter, and it makes winters warm, and even warmer. Sometimes it makes summers cool and even cooler, and winters cold and even frigid. It does everything that always has happened before they thought of it. It’s wonderful and awesome and oh so unpredictable.

  4. Gerald Machnee says:

    I was in Australia at the end of March, 1974 just after a typhoon hit the east side.
    As the bus pulled into Brisbane the driver pointed to the grass on the electrical wires overhead and said that is where the water was.
    The road to Alice Springs was till not repaired, so I flew there.
    In the Alice springs area there a lot of flowers, some of which had not been seen for a long time. We had a lot of thunderstorms and inches of rain in a short time there.

  5. Thaipixie says:

    AMO does not in general exist in current generation models. So nothing to see here if the models don’t show it reality does not count…

  6. scott allen says:

    So my SUV didn’t cause Greeland to melt and become a forest?

    “A multimillion-year-old record of Greenland vegetation and glacial history preserved in sediment beneath 1.4 km of ice at Camp Century”

  7. Terry Shipman says:

    And Australia refuses to build new dams to impound this excess water during wet years because climate science tells them it will NEVER rain again because the demon gas CO2 has created a permanent drought.

  8. Graeme No.3 says:

    Re those thousands of Sydney residents fleeing the flood waters;
    In 1981 I went to Windsor on the Hawkesbury river** with my parents. My father looked around and within seconds commented “they get big floods here”. When I asked how he knew he pointed out that “all the old houses are on the ridge”.
    That year 2 subdivisions were announced on the river flats upstream. The new houses were flooded a few years later. I expect they will soon be again.

    ** the Hawkesbury is the lower reaches of the Nepean river. Separately named by early explorers because it was thought they flowed in different directions.

  9. Tel says:

    Flood cycles come to Sydney approx every 30 years … and this year is about the same size as the 1988 and 1990 floods.

    The 1978 flood was the unnatural event, because they opened up Warragamba Dam and dumped the load downstream. That’s the one which broke the 30 year rule, but it was man made.

    The major flood before that was 1964 which was at least a couple of meters higher than today, and the 1961 flood was a fraction worse than 1964.

    There were also major floods around 1900 (end of the Federation Drought), and the really big one 1867, before that a bunch of them 1806, 1809, 1817.

    Pretty unmistakable 30 year cycle. Brückner cycle turns up yet again!

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