Two Consecutive Summers Of Below Normal North Pole Temperatures

The North Pole is almost two thirds of the way through its melt season, and temperatures have been below normal every day this summer. Last summer, temperatures were also below normal every day.

ScreenHunter_1095 Jul. 18 17.51

ScreenHunter_1096 Jul. 18 17.51  COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

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11 Responses to Two Consecutive Summers Of Below Normal North Pole Temperatures

  1. Rosco says:

    Waiting for some “expert” to point out day 0 for 2013 was only minus 18 C instead of the average minus 30 C – obvious proof of runaway global warming and unprecedented ice melt !

    Wait for it ….

    • tom0mason says:

      Correct, zero days into 2013 (what day was that?) and the temperatures skyrocketed above normal, and so proving that all the CO2 is, …is …is

      Forget it!

      🙂

    • Bill says:

      That would be deep, blood red on an anomaly graph. 🙂

  2. Tel says:

    There’s a pretty clear phase shift between the green and the red of about 1 week. Am I the only guy who sees this?

  3. Andy DTthat says:

    Has Summit had its two hours above freezing yet this summer?

  4. drcrinum says:

    Has the temperature data plotted on the graph been adjusted?

  5. Latitude says:

    …yes, and the gap on the little blue line is getting smaller and smaller

  6. philjourdan says:

    Damn, there goes my tropical Polar vacation.

  7. Eric Simpson says:

    It’s not rotten ice at all. It’s like green banana ice. We are going to have a whole lot of ice. Get the champagne ready.

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