With 70 Days Of Potential Arctic Melting Left, Temperatures Are Well Below Freezing

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23 Responses to With 70 Days Of Potential Arctic Melting Left, Temperatures Are Well Below Freezing

  1. Brian H says:

    Chill out, dude! It’s just a little of that rogue natural variability concealing the unnaturatural warming about to destroy us all. Or SLT.

    • Andy Oz says:

      Ohio will burn 15% more coal this year because of that “unnatural” warming. This compounds the “unnatural warming” localising it in the Mid West. 😀
      http://www.platts.com/latest-news/coal/louisville-kentucky/aep-says-2014-coal-burn-to-be-10-15-higher-than-21742165

      • Andy Oz says:

        ANd a coal miner intends to sue the EPA for data fabrication. They should also go for the individuals who wrote the crap. http://coal.steelguru.com/north_america/16291/us_independent_coal_producer_threatens_to_sue_epa

        • Gail Combs says:

          OH, I love this part of the article:

          …..Of course, the EPA does not just take data from environmentalists to inform its position on climate change. A comprehensive analysis of peer-reviewed research shows a 97% consensus among scientists that global warming is real and primarily driven by humans.

          And the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change, a massive global effort to compile and analyze climate research by scientists and experts around the world, found that there is a 95 percent likelihood that human activities drove 74% of the observed global warming since 1950.

          The argument that the earth is cooling has also been thoroughly debunked by peer-reviewed research, which shows both a slight increase in surface temperatures and an enormous increase in the temperature of the ocean, which fuels arctic ice melt and sea level rise…..

          Seems the EPA is not the only one telling out right lies!

        • Gail Combs says:

          It gets even better!
          Guess who RUNS Coal/SteelGuru?
          Mr Gopen Huidrom of India

          I wonder if he is a friend of good ole’ Patchy?

          He seems to be the Steel Prices – Coordinator
          steelprices-India is a new portal that provides domestic pricing information for benchmark steel products in each category at select location in India on a regular basis 5 days a week.
          http://www.prlog.org/10081685-daily-price-of-benchmark-steel-products-around-the-country-now-at-the-click-of-mouse.html

          It is a “Free Press Release Distribution Service” that was founded to help small, medium and large businesses and organizations in their online activities.

          I wonder who funds it?

          Her is an older press release: Taliban Funded By US Military

          According to Willing Accomplices, outlets like this were used by the KGB to feed propaganda to the guillables in the USA.

  2. Brian H says:

    typo: unnatural warming

  3. Psalmon says:

    The climate lunatics’ worst nightmare: The Life Spiral. More multi-year ice survives and continues to expand.

    Here’s a prediction: Sometime in the next 16 months, the Lunatics will say that the Arctic WAS ice free (effectively) in 2013-14, and that their ice-free predictions were accurate.

    Mark it.

    • Shazaam says:

      So, watch for all traces of the wading-team’s journey last summer to be erased.

      Watch for that story be “disappeared” first, then the bloviating about The Arctic being “effectively ice-free in summer 2013” may begin.

  4. Joe says:

    As I mentioned before, the real question is will Arctic temperatures even make it above freezing this summer based on the current trend…

    • stewart pid says:

      Lots of summer left and so I think it is certain that arctic temps will get above freezing but it would be a lovely “stick in the eye” for the leftard alarmists if temps just bounced along at the current level and then dropped back into the deep freeze. However as a canuck living on the lunatic edge of the great white north I shudder to think what that would mean for my lifestyle / heating bills etc … the current 7 months of winter is enough and if it gets colder I might go postal!!

  5. Dmh says:

    In the last few days the temps of the N. Pole have been even a little lower than last year, which were the lowest in the summer since 1958.
    I see 3 important factors contributing for this result: /1/ the return of reasonably low solar radiations in the last few weeks, with the average LSC count again below 50 (after the great spike of February)

    /2/ the colder N. Atlantic since the beginning of the year and /3/ the pronounced increase in MYI after the melting season of 2013.
    The conditions are similar to 2013 but the MYI levels are better now.
    The rate of melting since March-April has been almost constant (~ straight line) either in the NORSEX analysis of Arctic ROOS

    or the DMI analysis,

    In both cases a naive linear extrapolation of the present trend gives average levels for the Arctic ice (zero anomaly) by the end of July.
    Of course, this is in all probability a wrong projection as we’re entering now a phase of (usually) important acceleration of the melting, but the recent trend is, in general, greatly favorable for a continuation of the Arctic recovery this year.

    • Andy says:

      “but the recent trend is, in general, greatly favorable for a continuation of the Arctic recovery this year.”

      What recent trend? Trends in the Arctic tend to not show any favour to any particular year, or else it would be lower each year. Perhaps I have misunderstood you though, so apologies if so.

      Andy

  6. Mark Luhman says:

    Even with the Cairo snow, the great lakes all time freeze out, and arctic ice in all probability returning to “normal”: we will be in the warmest year ever according to the keep of the number, all halt to the keeper of the numbers.

  7. Andy says:

    Don’t forget sea ice does not melt at 0 C, so I am not sure why you picked that temp to put extra grid on the chart. Its irrelevant.

    Looking sunny and warm early next week along the NW Passage

    Andy

  8. Robertv says:

    Send in the cavalry , I mean the icebreakers, now you don’t need them to save ‘scientist’ at Antarctica.
    If not the accumulated winter heat cannot escape the deep ocean.

  9. Jason Calley says:

    By invoking Mannian Tiljander Analysis ®, I can easily prove that the temperatures are actually ABOVE normal.

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