They Don’t Talk About Alaska Anymore

  1. A few years ago, Alaska was a favorite talking point for climate alarmists. They don’t talk about Alaska any more. I wonder why not?
  2. Record smashing cold in interior Alaska, Fairbanks – Washington Post
    Nov 17, 2011 – A frigid Arctic air mass, unusual even by Alaska standards, is dropping the mercury in the state’s interior to unheard of levels in mid-November.
  4. Coldest January on record for parts of Alaska – Capital Weather…/coldest…recordalaska/…/gIQAQVyIf…
    Jan 31, 2012 – Coldest January on record for parts of Alaska. By Jason Samenow. A huge, persistent pool of cold air (indicated by low pressure at high 
  5. News for record cold alaska

    1. Record highs & lows in Ketchikan area in October

      SitNews ‎- 18 hours ago
      However, after the 22nd all new temperature records were cold, and occurred in Southeast Alaska as a strong offshore wind brought cold air in 
  6. Record cold wave breaks 13 low temperature records | Southeast…/recordcold-wave-breaks-13-low.html

    Jul 14, 2012 – The National Weather Service said clear skies caused temperatures to reach record lows across southeast Alaska.

  7. Anchorage Weather: Alaska’s Largest City Sees RecordLow July…/could-be-coldest-july-history-anchorage

    Jul 13, 2012 – Alaska Dispatch offers the latest news Alaska news, politics, opinion, culture, current events, and happenings around the world.

  8. So Very, Very Cold In Alaska For January with Impressive Records 

    The month of January has gone down as one of the coldest on record for portions ofAlaska.

  10. Record cold in Alaska as many glaciers grow – Coeur d’Alene Press

    Nov 28, 2011 – Yes, it was quite winterlike last weekend across our part of the country with afternoon highs in the mid 20s. But, things could have been much 

  11. 62 below: Deep freeze grips much of Alaska – U.S. News…/10270410-62-below-deep-freeze-grips-mu…

    Jan 30, 2012 – It’s so cold for Anchorage, the Daily News reported, that:  The deep freeze is in addition to the record snow and blizzard conditions seen 

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2 Responses to They Don’t Talk About Alaska Anymore

  1. Chewer says:

    Cyclical behavior with the jet weather streams and ocean currents are becoming known for people with an IQ over 40. The glacial growth along the Brooks and Alaska Ranges along with coastal and the Wrangell mountains are also not reported.
    We experienced -29 F last week here in the Copper River Basin, but since that reflects early 1970 weather, no MSM coverage is the norm…

  2. F. Guimaraes says:

    Great post Steve, thank you very much! The warmists don’t like to talk about facts, they prefer computer models.

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