“First Time On Record”

CNN says that rain fell in the center of the Greenland ice sheet for the first time ever and a few hours of weather proves climate change.

Greenland: Rain fell at summit for first time on record – CNN

The same thing happened in 1933 and 1950.

SR-216 SUMMER CLIMATE AT SELECTED SITES ON THE ROSS ICE SHELF AND THE GREENLAND ICE SHEET

The Greenland surface mass balance has been above average for three out of the past five years.

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9 Responses to “First Time On Record”

  1. gregole says:

    Let me get this straight; it rained in Greenland. So what?

  2. Ben Vorlich says:

    Thanks Tony,
    I knew you’d find prior examples. 1933 and 1950 have been noted.
    In an area the size of Greenland with one or two monitors it’s likely that there have been more that have gone unnoticed and unrecorded

  3. Gamecock says:

    And sea level rise plods along at the same rate . . . .

  4. LexingtonGreen says:

    Thank you! I so appreciate all you do. I knew the story was BS and that you would show the historical record. Tony Heller rocks!

  5. Taphonomic says:

    Tony, you should have shown the graphs for 2015. The people would hve been able to see how the mean lines miraculously changed, with no valid explanation ever provided.

  6. Taphonomic says:

    Tony, you should have shown the graphs for 2015, then people would have been able to see how the mean lines changed in 2016 with no valid explanation provided.

  7. dm says:

    Deceitful articles cause me to ask the following 2 questions. Do the authors not know what they think they know ain’t so? Or, do they know what they do NOT want YOU to know?

  8. Scott says:

    Hey Tony – Do you have any information on the IPCC? Would love to know what you’re aware of.

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