Daily Archives: July 7, 2013

77 Year Drought Is Over

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1970 Wimbledon Final

I attended the 1970 Wimbledon final with my father, between Ken Rosewall and John Newcombe. At the time it was the longest match in Wimbledon history. The weather was hot and the grass was completely brown that summer. Today’s match is … Continue reading

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Boston Globe Explains That Extreme Weather Is Caused By Global Warming And Global Cooling

Droughts, wildfires, floods, storms: Climate change appears to be exacerbating these phenomena around the world. And in the United States, at least, preparations for the impact of global warming on our lives are paltry. Global warming causes extreme weather! If history … Continue reading

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My Wimbledon Forecast

04 Jul 1936 – WIMBLEDON FINAL. PERRY RETAINS TITLE. Von Cramm … In July, 1936 Fred Perry won the men’s final at Wimbledon. That was the last time a Brit won. July, 1936 was also the hottest month in US … Continue reading

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100th Anniversary Of The Hottest Week In Recorded History

One hundred years ago this week, Death Valley California experienced the hottest temperatures ever recorded on Earth. July 8-14, 1913 recorded temperatures of 128, 129, 134, 129, 130, 131 and 127. docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/050/mwr-050-01-0010.pdf According to NASA’s crack global warming team, 1913 … Continue reading

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More Heavy Rain Forecast For The Southwest Permanent Drought

10-Day Precipitation Outlook for the Conterminous U.S. Flagstaff, Arizona has had 2.5 inches of rain so far in July, with several more inches in the forecast. It has been almost exactly two years since Joe Romm declared the beginning of … Continue reading

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Unprecedented July Cold Forecast For The Beaufort Sea

Sea ice area is above normal in the Beaufort Sea, and unprecedented below freezing temperatures are forecast for most of the rest of the July. 10-Day Temperature Outlook Children just won’t know what Arctic alarmism is.

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