1957 Heatwave Caused Record Arctic Melt And A Thunderstorm At The North Pole

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5 Responses to 1957 Heatwave Caused Record Arctic Melt And A Thunderstorm At The North Pole

  1. OzJuggler says:

    One freak storm in the Arctic is not a climate measurement, but… while we’re having fun…

    Assuming there have been no reports of reindeer being struck by lightning in the last ten years then could we use warmist logic to reach the conclusion that global warming saves reindeer?

  2. Blade says:

    1957 Heatwave Caused Record Arctic Melt And A Thunderstorm At The North Pole

    “Almost continuous sunshine is melting the ice from under their feet, and polar bears are sheltering in the shade of ice hummocks to keep cool.”

    Question for AGW doomsayers that wonder what the point is of these historical flashbacks …

    What would you be writing in your blogs today if this story occurred now in 2011?

    C’mon, be honest! What would happen today???

  3. ralph says:

    Thundersnow, Chicago.
    Thundersnow, also known as a winter thunderstorm or a thunder snowstorm, is a relatively rare kind of thunderstorm with snow falling as the primary precipitation instead of rain.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thundersnow

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