Hansen’s Heat In The Pipeline Has Arrived

Hansen has been warning us that the missing heat in the oceans would show up and send the earth over a tipping point. That time has arrived.

http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/psd/map/ANIM/sfctmpmer_01a.fnl.30.gif

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27 Responses to Hansen’s Heat In The Pipeline Has Arrived

  1. latitude says:

    What is really amazing is that it’s summer in Antarctica..
    …and it’s stayed blue and purple

  2. omnologos says:

    No, seriously, the very red bit is around Franz-Josef-Land and Severnaya Zemlya…does anybody know if there’s any actual weather station over there?

    Same question for the cold spot all over Ontario province.

  3. Russ says:

    Yeah, like Ontario doesn’t have a weather station, and all Canadians live in igloos, and the Tooth Fairy is real! Are you asking a question like that with a straight face? Are you serious?

  4. omnologos says:

    Not sure if it’s Kafka Week out there but…all comments about myself are very welcome, but even more welcome would be answers about actual data showing +20C or -15C of anomaly on the ground.

    • latitude says:

      I’ve been looking and came up empty.
      I don’t think you can get any thing for the +20, it’s in open water.
      Thought I could find something for the -15, but struck out.

      • daniel says:

        The data might be in 10ths of a degree celcius. I’ve seen it published like that elsewhere, like in downloadable data tables.

  5. Russ says:

    Whose web site?

  6. Russ says:

    Is this the same person that commented here? Maurizio Morabito.

    http://climatechangedispatch.com/home/8482-what-is-roger-harrabin-doing#comments

    • omnologos says:

      I am large. I contain multitudes. ((c) Walt not Disney)

      • Red Jeff says:

        Hi OM! To give you an exanple of 7am local time Ontario this is the Monday to Friday…. Mon -22C, Tues -2C, Wed -20C, Thurs -10C, Fri -8C. This is pretty much our regular variability. What the meaning of ‘average temperature’ has with swings like this is really only academia…

        Being from Northern Ontario we don’t care about the temperature anyway… if you want to survive the night remember only 2 things are important… 1) STAY DRY and 2) GET OUT OF THE WIND. Everything else is cosidered a creature comfort!

        To answer your question tho’ there are very, very few populated areas north of the provincial mid point. No roads or rail lines either.

        All the best…. Jeff

      • Red Jeff says:

        Hi Maurizio, just an update, it’s 7am and it’s -28C now, raising to a high of -9C today. Unless the temperature is calculated on an hourly weighted average throughout the day, once again, average temperature is essentialy meaningless here.

        On the brightside, in 2100 it would have only been -26C this AM!!!

        All the best…. Jeff

  7. latitude says:

    Closest I could find was Churchill.
    History shows it was warmer than normal first 1/2 of the month.
    If you want to call -10 warmer.

    It’s in the -30’s now, which is below normal.

  8. Anything is possible says:

    This one’s slap bang in the middle of the Ontario cold :

    http://www.climate.weatheroffice.gc.ca/climateData/dailydata_e.html?StationID=10244

    12C below normal on the 22nd.

  9. Dave N says:

    NCEP’s and NASA’s anomaly maps seem to be, er.. anomalous. NASA has “heat” in Alaska and Australia, NCEP has bits near Greenland and Siberia (I guess)

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