Global Temperatures To Reach Absolute Zero Later This Month

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AMSU-A Temperatures Trends from NASA’s Aqua

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13 Responses to Global Temperatures To Reach Absolute Zero Later This Month

  1. Rob says:

    WTF?! Is this for real?

  2. NavarreAggie says:

    No, I believe Dr. Roy Spencer said that that particular channel on the satellite was failing.

  3. Fred from Canuckistan . . . says:

    That sensor is bereft of life, ten toes up, gone to meet its Maker . . .

    It fuc@kn snuffed it.

    Beautiful plumage on the Norwegian Blue!

  4. I hope its not going to crashland over Englan…………………………

  5. John says:

    Back in Prehistoric times, the planet was a heck of a lot warmer. Methinks that the Industrial Revolution with its high carbon dioxide emissions is God’s way of rebalancing the planet and has saved the planet from another Ice Age. Boy, are we ever lucky that someone cares!

  6. Bruce says:

    AQUA has frozen.

    • I’m not so sure. Looking at the NOAA daily anomaly maps, it seems quite believable that temperatures dropped 2C during March.

      • David says:

        It will be informing to see the spread between the satelites and the surface readings, and compare that to the normal spread.

      • Bruce says:

        Sorry, Steve, I was making a bad joke.

        Yes with the mega winter in the NH it seems to me that global anomaly will drop this month, although the la Nina has fizzled out.

  7. Fred from Canuckistan . . . says:

    Speaking of crashing to zero . . . The UK is almost out of gas to heat hospitals, schools and homes . . . While the forecast calls for more exceptionally cold weather to hit the Gaia lovers of the sceptred isle.

    Maybe they can hook up some blowhard politicians to their windmills and try and stay warm that way.

  8. Jimbo says:

    We had record heat and now we have…….

    “Record Cold Sweeps Moscow After Snowstorm”

  9. Chewer says:

    300mb winds through this period (globally) show way more churning than usual with irregular ceiling changes.
    Some cool winds in the U.S. at 30,000′ heights are quite nice:
    A tad chilly at 18,000′:

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