Nine Straight Years Of Below Normal Summer Temperatures North Of 80N

http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/meant80n.uk.php

Every summer since 2003 has seen temperatures north of 80N fall below the long term mean.

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4 Responses to Nine Straight Years Of Below Normal Summer Temperatures North Of 80N

  1. Grumpy Grampy ;) says:

    The polar regions are the Canaries in the coal mines as they will be the first regions to show dramatic changes because of a human induced climate change. On the other hand, after normal thermal lag, they will also be the locations to watch for natural changes in long term weather patterns. We just do not have an accurate enough historical record of the regions. The Southern Hemisphere, with the majority of the oceans is the area to watch because the Northern Hemisphere appears to follow the path set by the south during the last few Glacial / Interglacial cycles and probably longer. Just not well researched or recorded. There are to many biased researchers looking to justify their positions by fitting into the mainstream consensus.

  2. Dave N says:

    Poor Jim would have to sell all his pink crayons if he used the DMI’s data.

  3. Andy WeissDC says:

    Steve apparently does not agree with what the red/pink crayons are showing.

  4. gator69 says:

    Just to pick nits…

    “Nine Straight Years Of Below Normal Summer Temperatures North Of 80N”

    There are ‘normals’ in climate, just averages over time.

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