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Larry Becomes 1st Hurricane To Make Landfall in Newfoundland for 11 Years!

Written by on September 12, 2021 in North and South America with 0 Comments
Larry Becomes 1st Hurricane To Make Landfall in Newfoundland for 11 Years!

After becoming a large and powerful Category 3 hurricane over the central Atlantic a week ago, Larry slammed ashore on Newfoundland’s SE coast early Saturday morning, September 11th. While weakening over cooler waters of the Northwest Atlantic and in a more hostile atmospheric environment, Larry still held onto full tropical characteristics as he slammed ashore […]

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Canada Set’s New All-Time Heat Record

Written by on June 28, 2021 in North and South America, Rest of World with 0 Comments
Canada Set’s New All-Time Heat Record

Sunday, June 27, 2021 was an historic day in Canadian weather history. It was the day that the community of Lytton in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley recorded 46.6C and surpasses the previous national record of 45.0C set way back in 1937 at Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan.

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Why The Steep Drop In North Atlantic SSTA’s?

Written by on June 21, 2021 in Rest of Europe, Rest of World with 0 Comments
Why The Steep Drop In North Atlantic SSTA’s?

In my previous video I discussed the sharp drop in North Atlantic SSTA’s and many asked why this may be the case. In my opinion, there is no singular reason but a collection of several. Arctic sea ice melt (5th lowest for the time of year) Natural melt of ice/icebergs surrounding Greenland and Iceland Unusually […]

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Sydney Shivers Coldest June Day Since 1899 After Coldest Run of May Nights In 54 Years!

Written by on June 15, 2021 in Australasia, Rest of World with 0 Comments
Sydney Shivers Coldest June Day Since 1899 After Coldest Run of May Nights In 54 Years!

Antarctica is a typically cold place but the past couple of weeks has seen the entire continent shiver at 6 and 8C below average. This has offset building heat elsewhere across the planet and held the global temperature to average, even slightly below average. I agree with @peikko763 this is a wild pattern down there.According […]

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Despite Developing Hot Spots, Earth’s Temp Remains Near Average Thanks To Antarctica

Written by on June 14, 2021 in Rest of World with 0 Comments
Despite Developing Hot Spots, Earth’s Temp Remains Near Average Thanks To Antarctica

When looking at today’s temperature anomaly chart for Earth, it’s safe to say there’s a lot more warm areas than cool. However looks can be deceiving, while you’d expect Antarctica to be cold, especially as we approach their winter solstice, the fact that the entire continent has been running 6 to 8C BELOW NORMAL is […]

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While Deluge Continues For Texas, Louisiana, The Drought Stricken West, N Plains Sweat Early 100s

While Deluge Continues For Texas, Louisiana, The Drought Stricken West, N Plains Sweat Early 100s

Rich tropical moisture continues to sweep north into Texas and Louisiana only worsening the widespread flood situation. Many TX/LA cities are well above their normal rainfall for the whole of June and we’re only 5 days into the month. Surrounding the fire hose continuing to plague the S Plains, an unusually strong, drought enhanced hot […]

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Forget the 1.3 Billion (17% global population) Witnessing Cooler, Wetter Than Average Conditions It’s All About Russian Heat!

Written by on May 27, 2021 in Asia, Rest of Europe, Rest of World with 0 Comments
Forget the 1.3 Billion (17% global population) Witnessing Cooler, Wetter Than Average Conditions It’s All About Russian Heat!

The all-time record heat that’s been achieved across the Russian Arctic this month has been very impressive. Overall we’ve seen the earliest 32C above the Arctic Circle and countless May all-time records set along with an ALL-TIME MAY RECORD FOR RUSSIA. Here are some of these impressive records. Russia 🇷🇺 has just broken its national […]

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Global Ocean Surface & Atmosphere Cools Below 30-Year Average Mean Thanks To La Nina

Written by on April 14, 2021 in Rest of World with 0 Comments
Global Ocean Surface & Atmosphere Cools Below 30-Year Average Mean Thanks To La Nina

The La Nina came and the NET ocean heat content of earth’s oceans have cooled in the past 12 months. With this cooled, we have indeed seen the atmospheric feedback response with decline in the lower tropospheric temperature. Current SSTA’s globally. Change in last 7 days. Change in past 12 months. The atmosphere has responded […]

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Potentially New March Record Low of -64.1C Recorded At Summit Station, Greenland

Written by on March 29, 2021 in Rest of World with 0 Comments
Potentially New March Record Low of -64.1C Recorded At Summit Station, Greenland

On March 24, 2021, Summit Station observed a (preliminary) temperature of -64.1C. This suggests a new record low for March at Summit, if not in all of Greenland and latest -60C also.    

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La Nina & Solar Minimum Helps Bring Down Earth’s Temperature

Written by on March 15, 2021 in Rest of Europe, Rest of World with 0 Comments
La Nina & Solar Minimum Helps Bring Down Earth’s Temperature

The La Nina test (and perhaps in the broader sense the solar minimum) may well have passed a ‘relatively short term’ test when it comes to global temperature over the last 12 months… Here’s the 1st of 2 excerpts from my 2020-21 winter forecast issued early December 2020 Big test coming up La Nina As […]

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