Guardian Explains How An Early Winter Storm Proves That Arctic Ice Is Doomed

Summer storm spins over the Arctic – big picture | Environment | guardian.co.uk

h/t to Tom Nelson

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6 Responses to Guardian Explains How An Early Winter Storm Proves That Arctic Ice Is Doomed

  1. Andy DC says:

    There is also unseasonably cold air associated with that storm, probably blizzards over the ice pack.

  2. Andy DC says:

    Afternoon temperatures at Barrow are sitting at a balmy 31 degrees. Also in the 50s over parts of Ohio, Michigan and Indiana. At least 25 degrees below normal for that time of day. What are the climate crybabys going to say now? Does not exactly sound like 1936.

    • miked1947 says:

      While individual weather events do not prove global warming, this is exactly what we would expect to see in a warming world caused by excess CO2! 😉

    • miked1947 says:

      Also: This type of weather pattern is consistent with model projections with an increased CO2 concentration! 😉

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