Articles Tagged "World Temperatures"
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Monday, December 8th 2008, 11:02 AM EST
20 year record snowfall in Dolomites enough to last all season, some Swiss train services cancelled due to excess snow, still more heavy snow in the Pyrenees, more snow for Scotland..
Monday, December 8th 2008, 10:57 AM EST
In another fable
on Climate Progress, chief alarmist blogger Joseph Romm claims “The climate story of the decade is that the 2000s are on track to be nearly 0.2C warmer than the 1990s. And that temperature jump is especially worrisome since the 1990s were only 0.14C warmer than the 1980s (see datasets here
). Global warming is accelerating, as predicted.”
By Joseph D’Aleo, AMS Fellow, CCM
Friday, December 5th 2008, 5:54 PM EST
ENVIRONMENT: A sagging global economy and a shift in public opinion make next year’s international climate treaty less likely by Mark Bergin
For the past decade, the Earth’s warming trend has ceased, despite steady increases in global carbon dioxide emissions.
Source Link: WorldMag.Com
Friday, December 5th 2008, 5:21 PM EST
BEIJING (Reuters) - A Siberian cold front swept China on Thursday, with temperatures in the capital plunging below freezing and thousands stranded on snowbound expressways in the remote far northwest...
Friday, December 5th 2008, 5:19 PM EST
We thought it was strange that the Guardian had this report, however when you read their rider, they certainly have covered themselves in the event of a total collapse of the "Global Warming House of Cards".
Global average for 2008 should come in close to 14.3C, but cooler temperature is not evidence that global warming is slowing, say climate scientists
Updated below from Climate Resistance - Cold Is The New Warm
Wednesday, December 3rd 2008, 7:35 AM EST
by GREGORY BONNELL
TORONTO -- The instability plaguing financial markets seems to have spilled over into the environment, making the winter forecast from Environment Canada a crapshoot of sorts, one of this country's top weather gurus said yesterday.
Wednesday, December 3rd 2008, 7:30 AM EST
by John Bingham
Hundreds of schools have been closed after a band of wintry weather swept into Britain with forecasters warning of up to eight inches of snow later this week...
Tuesday, December 2nd 2008, 6:34 PM EST
An email from David Whitehouse [firstname.lastname@example.org]
In a few weeks the data will be in on the global average temperature for 2008. Although one should always be wary about assumptions regarding data (the December data hasn1t been measured yet) it does seem highly likely that 2008 will continue the trend seen in recent years (since 2001) of no increase in global temperatures....
Sunday, November 30th 2008, 1:28 PM EST
When in doubt go warm! This article from Stuff.Co.NZ sums up the way long range weather forecasts have started to go, and that is, if it's been warm in the past then it's going to be even warmer in the future thanks to "Man Made Climate Change". The fact is the winter temperature was under average in New Zealand thanks to a "Calm Sun", now the summer forecast says "forget what happened in the winter period" we will have a warm summer, the forecasters have completely disregarded the activity (or lack of it) on the Sun.
After a miserable winter, New Zealanders can look forward to a warmer than average summer, experts say. The Niwa National Climate Centre has predicted that much of summer will be warmer and drier than average throughout the country.
Monday, October 27th 2008, 3:49 PM EDT
We would like to know how they can produce this forecast, as it does not include Solar Activity from the Sun, still they know best........
Met Office Forecast for UK Winter 2008/9
Winter temperatures are more likely to be above normal over much of the European region. However, this winter is likely to be less mild than last winter, when above-average temperatures were widespread.