Monbiot Thinks That Siberia Is Hot

But on either side of these cool blue pools are raging fires of orange, red and maroon: the temperatures in western Greenland, northern Canada and Siberia were between 2C and 10C higher than usual.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/dec/20/uk-snow-global-warming

He deserves a trip there.

http://www.wunderground.com/global/stations/24688.html?MR=1

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7 Responses to Monbiot Thinks That Siberia Is Hot

  1. MikeTheDenier says:

    Public Warning: Solar Climate Change from Christmas Day to the End of December

    A THIRD period of “Solar Climate Change” on the UK will take place from Christmas Day to the End of December, this comes right after the first & second periods correctly predicted by WeatherAction.com & Piers Corbyn

    http://climaterealists.com/index.php

    • John edmondson says:

      That prediction looks on for Christmas week. When you look at the pressure map for Monday, high pressure dominates over Norway extending towards the UK. The warm air is trying to get in from the atlantic. Normally the altlantic air would win in this set up, but the Jet stream is taking low pressure away to Greenland. So the high prssure over Norway will extend over the north of the UK, allowing an easterly set up, that means cold and plenty of snow where I am on the east coast. Remember this is weather and not climate.

  2. Andy Weiss says:

    You could look at the earth’s surface any day during the last hundred years. Some places will be above normal and others below normal. How many advanced degrees do you need to make that determination?

  3. RoyFOMR says:

    I have to admit that I do lose patience with GM from time to time. Why does a man, clever enough to see through the fable of the tooth fairy, still persist with his belief in CAGW?

  4. He deserves a trip there.

    With a one way ticket.

    • villabolo says:

      Amino Acids in Meteorites:

      He deserves a trip there.
      With a one way ticket.

      Warmer or, if you wish, hotter. That’s a relative term and above average temperatures, in that range, are enough to wreak havoc on at least a hemisphere wide basis when the Arctic ice cap fails to recuperate fully, let alone grow backlost ice due in part to those higher than normal temperatures.

      For the moment now, a one way ticket back in time to Russia during it’s heat wave; In Pakistan during it’s floods; etc ad nauseum would suffice for those in a mocking mood. Back in time did I say? It was only last summer though it must seem half an eternity ago to some.

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