Archive for September, 2009

>Weather Grabbing the Headlines around the World

Written by on September 24, 2009 in Rest of Europe with 1 Comment

>The weather is very interesting these days globally with the events across Australia, the flooding in Tunisia, SOCAL is back to the fires and heat whilst Atlanta is under water… Bring it on!!AUSTRALIA DUSTSTORMS: Residents of Sydney thought the world was ending! STRONG WINDS BROUGHT AUSTRALIA’S HOSTILE INTERIOR DESERT INTO THE COUNTRY’S LARGEST METROPOLITAN AREA, […]

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>Climate Depot Factsheet on Public Opinion About Global Warming: Americans Growing Increasingly Skeptical

Written by on September 22, 2009 in Rest of Europe with 0 Comments

>By Marc Morano – Climate Depot Polling data reveals Americans are growing increasingly skeptical about man-made global warming fears and claims. Voters are rejecting so-called “solutions” like cap-and-trade as well. Below is a small sampling of recent polling data on global warming.1) Gallup survey found global warming ranked dead last in the U.S. among ENVIRONMENTAL […]

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>Global Warming = more hurricanes | Still not happening

Written by on September 22, 2009 in Rest of Europe with 1 Comment
>Global Warming = more hurricanes | Still not happening

> Graph Source: http://wattsupwiththat.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/fsu-ace_vs_giss-oceantemp4.png Check this out: From What’s Up With That? So far the hurricane season for the Atlantic has been pretty quiet for 2009. Ryan Maue from Florida State University explains why. In related news, Al Gore has dropped the [hurricane frequency] related slide in his traveling PowerPoint show. – Anthony Full article: […]

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>Atlanta Floods, Blame Global Warming!

Written by on September 22, 2009 in Rest of Europe with 3 Comments
>Atlanta Floods, Blame Global Warming!

>Doug Alexander walks through-waist high water flowing in front of his North Atlanta home to his car Monday to pick up his son from school. Elissa Eubanks, eeubanks@ajc.com IMAGE SOURCE http://projects.ajc.com/gallery/view/metro/atlanta/atlanta-weather-2/ – By Mark Vogan You can bet your bottom dollar that if it hasn’t already, it will, global warming will be the cause of […]

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>Recipe for the furture: Record Low Solar Cycle, increased Volcanic Activity and Cold Pacific

Written by on September 21, 2009 in Rest of Europe with 1 Comment

>- Mark Vogan To be honest with you I am very unsure about what our winter here in Scotland, England, Wales and Ireland holds. Like I’ve mentioned in recent articles, winter here has been warm, it’s been warm my whole life (26 years) so when anyone tells me that things are changing and truely savage […]

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>MONTANA: SCORCHING DAYS, FREEZING NIGHTS

Written by on September 20, 2009 in Rest of Europe with 2 Comments

>The Pacific Northwest is experiecning very differing conditions depending upon where you are. Mid to upper 90s is sweltering the interior Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies in late season heat, however after Havre, Mont topped a record-breaking 96 yesterday, this morning Polebridge, Mont bottomed out at a shivery 25 degrees.. Polebridge is one of those […]

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>Chicago gets 94 degrees for a summer max three summers in a row

Written by on September 19, 2009 in Rest of Europe with 2 Comments

>Yet again, the Northern Plains has gotten off with an easy summer for heat. Chicago, Minneapolis and Detroit has yet again, like last summer been cooler and wetter than normal and ironically Chicago has now seen three straight summers where their peak temperature for the year has topped out at 94 degrees. Why the cooler […]

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>US STATE RECORDS CONTRADICT A LOT OF WHAT THE IPCC AND OTHERS CLAIM INCLUDING CLAIMS OF WARMEST LAND AND OCEAN ON RECORD

Written by on September 19, 2009 in Rest of Europe with 0 Comments
>US STATE RECORDS CONTRADICT A LOT OF WHAT THE IPCC AND OTHERS CLAIM INCLUDING CLAIMS OF WARMEST LAND AND OCEAN ON RECORD

>- Mark Vogan When I look back at climate history, it’s clear when the warm and cool periods here on earth occured. From the Little Ice Age which ended around 1850, we have seen gradual warming, though in a somewhat up and down manner. 1920 to 1950 WARM PERIODS WHICH DISPLAYED MUCH HOTTER LOCAL AND […]

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>SUN’S HIBERNATION APPROACHES, NEW ERA OF HARSH WINTERS LOOM, COULD 09-10 BE A TASTER

Written by on September 18, 2009 in Rest of Europe with 8 Comments
>SUN’S HIBERNATION APPROACHES, NEW ERA OF HARSH WINTERS LOOM, COULD 09-10 BE A TASTER

> Central Park in February 2009 – By Mark Vogan With the sun, the thing that keeps us from looking and feeling like Pluto ready to enter hibernation mode, we must now be prepared for what will be a tough 30 years ahead. Remember those winter days of the 1960s and 70s? Well you better […]

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>Indian summer brings Glasgow, MT to 95 yesterday, 100 in Saskatchewan and nine 80-degree days in Minneapolis, MN

Written by on September 18, 2009 in Rest of Europe with 0 Comments
>Indian summer brings Glasgow, MT to 95 yesterday, 100 in Saskatchewan and nine 80-degree days in Minneapolis, MN

>UPDATED FROM ORIGINAL POST: According to Steve of The Valley Weather Blog it was a stunning 37C or 100 degrees F at Rosetown, Saskatchewan yesterday afternoon, a rise from it’s low of 11C yesterday morning! Very impressive indeed for so late in the season.. Yesterday saw Glasgow, Montana top a roasting 95 degrees. It was […]

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