Minus 37C In New Mexico

It keeps dropping.

This is what the climate models predicted – Siberian temperatures in the desert southwest.



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12 Responses to Minus 37C In New Mexico

  1. MikeTheDenier says:

    No just New Mexico….

    Florida agriculture loses $273M in December freeze

    Greg Gude, the general manager of Kumquat Growers, Inc. in Dade City, said they’ve lost 20 percent of the crop this year, after losing 50 percent in January.

    “It has been one of the coldest years we’ve ever dealt with,” Gude said. “Every week, we’ve been staying up watching the temperatures. It’s really just more of a worry time for us. There’s really nothing you can do.”


  2. Sandy Rham says:

    It’s desert you see, none of that pesky water vapour to get in the way of that lovely warm eiderdown of CO2.

    • Scott says:

      Isn’t that interesting…CO2 should have its largest relative effect in very dry and very cold (because the cold is dry) conditions because there is less IR absorption by H2O. Thus, deserts and very cold areas should increase in heat content by larger amounts. Furthermore, that larger heat content increase should make it much more difficult for these regions to show negative anomalies (remember that the CO2 is supposedly working its magic at all times, unlike random weather patterns). Thus, these regions should be closest to the “always getting warmer” idea…clearly that isn’t happening right now.


  3. MikeTheDenier says:

    2010 warmer than normal on Grandfather Mountain(NC)

    I love the last sentence. It’s time for the adjustment loons to make it really HOT!

    “The year did end on a cold note. The low Dec. 15 was minus-four degrees and December’s average temperature of 31.6 degrees was nearly 7 degrees below normal.

    The weather got so bad in December that observers couldn’t record data for 10 days during the month.”


  4. Record cold in Demmitt, Texas yesterday, 1/1/11,

    -3 F, old record was +3F

    all record cold and snow from yesterday, 1/1/11 (not last night, 1/2/11) in US


  5. All record cold and snow in US the past week:


    Just another day in a global warming world, right?

  6. Andrew says:

    Headline says C, but the linked site shows values in F. Which is correct?

  7. Scott says:

    I’ve lived every winter of my life between 39 and 41 N latitude (ranging from as west as Colorado to as east as Indiana), and I’ve never experienced -34 F of coldness. So I’m pretty darn impressed.


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