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Cliff
2009-07-14 22:27:24 UTC
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http://www.reuters.com/article/politicsNews/idUSTRE56D6GF20090714
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A cap-and-trade system aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions from fossil
fuels like petroleum and coal is at the heart of legislation that narrowly
passed the U.S. House of Representatives on June 26. The Senate is expected to
start considering it in September.

This kind of system, which Obama supports, aims to cut carbon dioxide emissions
by 17 percent from 2005 levels by 2020, and by 83 percent by 2050.

Instead, Palin advocated offshore oil drilling, drilling in Alaska's Arctic
National Wildlife Refuge, more coal mining ....
]
g***@excite.com
2009-07-15 03:39:38 UTC
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Record breaking cold temperatures in July. Coldest on record for June.

I think I'm going to get a second patio heater cause it's so darn cold
at night on my huge wooden deck.
One way or another, I'll make it feel like summer time out there by
the pool. Now where is that chlorine?
 http://www.reuters.com/article/politicsNews/idUSTRE56D6GF20090714
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A cap-and-trade system aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions from fossil
fuels like petroleum and coal is at the heart of legislation that narrowly
passed the U.S. House of Representatives on June 26. The Senate is expected to
start considering it in September.
This kind of system, which Obama supports, aims to cut carbon dioxide emissions
by 17 percent from 2005 levels by 2020, and by 83 percent by 2050.
Instead, Palin advocated offshore oil drilling, drilling in Alaska's Arctic
National Wildlife Refuge, more coal mining ....
]
Cliff
2009-07-15 07:14:15 UTC
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Post by g***@excite.com
Record breaking cold temperatures in July. Coldest on record for June.
I kind of doubt that.

The Jet Strem dipped South bringing the US NE cooler than average
weather for now.
How is the rest of the world?
You are warming up normally colder Canadian & Arctic air
so even more warm air is going there to displace it south.

IOW Heat transport rates may be being forced upwards due
to it getting warmer.


http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2009/20090416_globalmarchstats.html?loc=interstitialskip
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March 2009 Tenth Warmest on Record for Global Temperatures

The combined global land and ocean surface average temperature for March 2009
was the 10th warmest since records began in 1880
]

And it's a solar *minimum* !!!

Here's some data;
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/2009/apr/global.html#temp
Post by g***@excite.com
I think I'm going to get a second patio heater cause it's so darn cold
at night on my huge wooden deck.
One way or another, I'll make it feel like summer time out there by
the pool. Now where is that chlorine?
 http://www.reuters.com/article/politicsNews/idUSTRE56D6GF20090714
[
A cap-and-trade system aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions from fossil
fuels like petroleum and coal is at the heart of legislation that narrowly
passed the U.S. House of Representatives on June 26. The Senate is expected to
start considering it in September.
This kind of system, which Obama supports, aims to cut carbon dioxide emissions
by 17 percent from 2005 levels by 2020, and by 83 percent by 2050.
Instead, Palin advocated offshore oil drilling, drilling in Alaska's Arctic
National Wildlife Refuge, more coal mining ....
]
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Cliff
Zymrgy
2009-07-16 13:18:39 UTC
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  I kind of doubt that.
Jul 14

Record low in Rochester, NY – Ties record set in 1926 - NATIONAL
WEATHER SVC BUFFALO NY… THE TEMPERATURE AT THE ROCHESTER AIRPORT
DIPPED TO 48 DEGREES ... TIES THE RECORD FOR THIS DATE SET IN
1926. http://www.crh.noaa.gov/product.php?site=BUF&issuedby=ROC&product=RER&format=C
I&version=1&glossary=0
Thanks to John Renahan for this link

Jul 14

Record low temperatures in Northeast - 14 Jul 09 - As politicians in
Washington, DC debate what to do about global warming, Binghamton and
Rochester in New York and Hartford, CT experienced record lows for
July today. Temperatures in Concord, NH fell to 47-degress, the lowest
since 1940. Temperatures in Portsmouth tied the lowest every recorded
in July.
http://www.prisonplanet.com/record-low-temperatures-hit-northeast.html

Thanks to Craig Adkins for this link

Jul 14

Record low in Fishersville, VA - Low temp of 52.2F beats old record
low, set in 1940, by nearly two degrees.
Thanks to Robert Hoffman for this info

Jul 14

Low temperature record shattered in Northern Michigan - Joe
Charlevoix, Channel 29/8, Traverse City, just reported that the record
low of 39F last night in Cadillac and Houghton Lake, MI “shattered”
the old record for this date.

Thanks to Tom Meyer for this info

Jul 14

More record lows for New England - Another chilly night is in store
for New England tonight. “Temperatures may again approach and/or break
record levels in some areas.”

http://www.accuweather.com/news-story.asppartner=accuweather&traveler=0&article=3

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this info

Jul 13

Record low temps at International Falls 2 days in a row – The eighth
record daily low in the city this year
“Temperatures in the northern Minnesota city fell to 35 degrees Monday
morning - easily breaking the old daily record of 39, set on July 13,
2007, according to the National Weather Service.

It's the second consecutive day of record-low temperatures in
International Falls; the morning low on Sunday also was 35 degrees.
Monday's low was the eighth record daily low temperature recorded in
the city this year.

http://fox21online.com/news/still-another-record-low-temperature-international-falls

Thanks to Bryant Blake for this link

Jul 9

Cool Summer Cuts Chlorine Costs - With pool water temperatures running
about 5 degrees cooler than normal this summer, pool owners in the
Northeast and Midwest may have noticed that they are purchasing fewer
chemicals than normal this year.



“Heat breaks down chlorine more quickly, which in turn requires more
chlorine to replace what is lost,” says AccuWeather.com’s Gina
Cherundolo.
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this info

“It was still too cold here in South Carolina to go
swimming in early June,”
says Kenneth. “Normally it's warm enough mid May. “



Every day of June cooler than usual in Los Angeles
LAX breaks all-time low-maximum record

1 Jul 09 - The National Weather Service says the region has gone
through "a fairly noteworthy stretch of cool weather," with downtown
L.A. reporting an average daily high of 74.5 degrees, five degrees
below normal.



At LAX (Los Angeles International Airport), the highest temperature
for the month was 71 degrees, the lowest maximum for a June since
recordkeeping began in 1944.
http://www.mercurynews.com/breakingnews/ci_12730390?

Thanks to Larry Leach in Star, Idaho for this link

Jul 8

Chicago - Coldest July 8 in 118 years - Excerpts - "For the 12th time
since June 1, daytime highs failed to reach 70 degrees Wednesday. Only
one other year in the past half century has hosted so many sub-70-
degree days up to this point--1969, when 14 such days occurred.



"Wednesday's paltry 65-degree high at O'Hare International Airport (a
reading 18 degrees below normal) was also the city's coolest July 8
high in 118 years--since a 61-degree high on the date in 1891."

http://weblogs.wgntv.com/chicago-weather/tom-skilling-blog/2009/07/wednesdays-65degree-high-the-c.html

Thanks to Norman Eugene Vermillion II for this link

Jul 8

Freak Summer Snowstorm Hits Yonkers, NY - “A wintry mix of hail and
heavy thunderstorms downed trees and utility poles in Yonkers last
night -- causing
mountains of slush and ice to build up in parking lots and on grassy
areas.” Officials called in snow plows to help remove the snow, and
extra fire trucks were on hand to
help with the unseasonal cleanup.



See photos: Freak storm hits Yonkers



http://www.nypost.com/seven/07082009/news/regionalnews/snow_plows_
remove_hail_after_summer_stor_178218.htm

Thanks to Terry Batterton for this link

Jul 4

Record low on Mt. LeConte in the Smokies of East Tennessee

http://weathermatrix.tumblr.com/post/136546508/rt-sercc-cool-july-4th-for-mt-leconte-tn

Thanks to Rick Fanning, Knoxville, TN., for this link
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Jul 2

All-time snowiest year in Barrow, says NOAA
NATIONAL WEATHER SVC BARROW AK
IT WAS A HISTORIC YEAR IN BARROW FROM JULY 08 THROUGH JUNE 09... THE
SNOWIEST YEAR ON RECORD... 77.9 INCHES OF SNOW... ALMOST THREE TIMES
THE NORMAL 28 INCHES...THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 75.1 INCHES FROM
1922-1923... THE SNOW BEGAN IN EARNEST IN OCTOBER...WITH 23.2 INCHES
OF SNOW...THIS WAS THE ALL TIME SNOWIEST MONTH.



NOV, DEC AND JAN ALL HAD ABOVE AVERAGE SNOWFALL WITH THE MONTHS
RANKING 5TH, 11TH AND TIED FOR 5TH RESPECTIVELY... IT WAS ALSO THE ALL
TIME SNOWIEST FEBRUARY WITH 11.4 INCHES OF SNOW... A HISTORIC
SNOWSTORM FROM THE AFTERNOON OF MAY 30 INTO THE MORNING OF MAY 31
BROUGHT 6.7 INCHES OF NEW SNOW... THE SECOND BIGGEST SNOWSTORM IN
RECORDED HISTORY IN BARROW DURING THE MONTH OF MAY.

SNOWIEST YEARS (INCHES)
1. 77.9 2008-09
2. 75.1 1922-23
2. 67.3 1925-26
4. 61.0 1992-93
5. 59.8 1961-62
http://pafg.arh.noaa.gov/wmofcst.php?wmo=SXAK79PABR&type=public
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this link



Record low temperatures in 46 states during June
Meanwhile, our leaders continue passing laws to combat 'global
warming.'
No, they're not leaders, they're sheep.
... Or are they Judas Goats?


538 Records for June 2009 (As per NOAA)
New records: 307 + Tied: 231 = Total: 538
(Includes state by state totals)
See Record low temperatures in 46 states during June
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info

Jul 2

More record cold in Michigan
Robert,

A couple days ago it was reported on Channel 9/10 News Traverse City,
that Houghton Lake and Grayling MI had record cold daytime
temperatures. Correlates with this article.

Tom Meyer
http://www.iceagenow.com/Deep_Solar_Minimum_Continues.htm

Jul 1

Record low in Chicago - Today is July 1 and temp was 57F – They
announced on local radio that it is the COLDEST here it’s officially
been on this date since 1930!
Thanks to Bob Mann for this info

Jun 30

Northeasterners ask, "Where is summer?" - “Cooler weather leading up
to the 4th of July weekend across much of the Northeast and Great
Lakes will have people wondering again: where is summer?

“AccuWeather.com's Long Range Expert Joe Bastardi says 4th of July
week this year will be "cool as cucumber, rather than hot as a
firecracker."Cities like Detroit and Chicago may not even get out of
the 60s over the next couple of days!

“Temperatures in Boston, New York City and Philadelphia will all stay
near or below normal. Each of these cities has averaged below normal
for the month of June as well.”
http://www.accuweather.com/regional-news-story.asp?region=eastusnews
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link

Jun 29

Record low temperature in Cold Bay, AK - NATIONAL WEATHER SVC COLD BAY
AK
THE TEMPERATURE AT STATE AIRPORT FELL TO 30 DEGREES THIS MORNING. THE
OLD RECORD LOW FOR TODAY'S DATE WAS 33 DEGREES SET IN 1986.
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info

Jun 21

Once-in-a-century rain in Michigan - Storms batter country from Utah
to Maryland
“Tornadoes damaged homes from Kansas to Maryland while flooding forced
more than 1,000 concertgoers to abandon their cars and residents in
Utah filled sandbags to help keep water and mud out of their homes
this weekend.



“Late Sunday, tornado warnings were still posted in the Midwest and
heavy rain and winds pelted portions of New England.



“The worst of the rain hit western Michigan Friday night. Mark Dekelsy
of the National Weather Service told reporters that the five to eight
inches of rain that fell near Holland, MI, Friday is typically seen
just once a century.”

See entire article:
http://www.disasternews.net/news/article.php?articleid=3909

Thanks to Susan Kim for this link

Jun 29

Temps to be 15 to 20 degrees cooler than normal - A large pocket of
unusually cool air by July standards will settle in over the Great
Lakes, Ontario, and Northeast during the middle of the week, with
afternoon temperatures averaging a whopping 15 to 20 degrees cooler
than they should be at this time of year! Places such as Buffalo, New
York and Cleveland, Ohio will only reach the middle 60s.
See entire article by AccuWeather.com senior Meteorologist Brett
Anderson.

http://www.accuweather.com/news-story.asp?partner=accuweather&traveler=0&article=6
Thanks to Thomas Loher in southern Germany for this link

“P.S.,” says Thomas. “Here in southern Germany temps have finally
reached their normal summertime values along with above normal
precipitation. Major river flooding here as well. Interestingly the
extended long-range computer models are picking up on a major cool
down for parts of Europe similar to the one mentioned above!”
Jun 24

Alaska Winter Weather Advisory - In the summer!
INCLUDING...FORT YUKON... VENETIE... CENTRAL ... CIRCLE... STEVENS
VILLAGE... BEAVER... CHALKYITSIK... BIRCH CREEK... CIRCLE HOT
SPRINGS... TWELVE MILE SUMMIT … STEESE HIGHWAY ABOVE 3500 FEET... IN
EFFECT UNTIL 6 AM THURSDAY.

SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW WILL REDUCE VISIBILITIES TO BELOW 1 MILE … THIS
ADVISORY INCLUDES EAGLE SUMMIT WHERE AS OF 2 PM WEDS … IT IS
MODERATELY SNOWING WITH LIMITED VISIBILITY.
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/prodsByState.php?state=AK&prodtype=warnings

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link

Jun 22

Fresh snow on Mount Redoubt in Alaska – right on the Solstice no less!

Email from meteorologist:
“I do not know if snow in mid-June on Mount Redoubt is ‘normal’ or
not,” says meteorologist George Harvey. “To me, though, it flies in
the face of ‘Global Warming.’”



George Harvey

Senior Meteorologist

www.impactweather.com



See webcam picture here:

http://www.avo.alaska.edu/webcam/Redoubt_-_DFR.php


Jun 23 - A follow-up email from George:
Anecdotal evidence suggests summertime “snow caps” on Mt Redoubt are
not uncommon. Looking at pictures archived on the Alaska Volcano
Observatory site show that during past eruptive period (1989-90)
showed snow on the summit during July and August of 1990.



This suggests that snowfall like this does occur at any time of the
year.

Jun 21

Arizona coolest since 1913 - Thursday was the 14th consecutive day to
stay below 100 degrees, the longest stretch of its kind in any June
since 1913.

"It's been really nice," said the National Weather Service's Valerie
Meyers.


“The lower temperatures have allowed people to sleep with windows open
and drive with their arms out vehicle windows. Evenings, too, have
been spent chatting with neighbors while children or grandchildren
play.”


See entire article by John Faherty - The Arizona Republic

http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2009/06/19/20090619junelovely0619.html
Thanks to Alan Caruba, Steven Woodcock, Benjamin Napier and Bill
Pojedinec for this link

Jun 21

Summer a month late in Utah - For the last three weeks, we have had
weather like Seattle probably gets this time of year. High 60’s, low
70’s, mostly cloudy and some rain most days. It just doesn’t want to
become summer! They’re forecasting 80’s near 90’s next week. A month
later than usual.



Happy global warming.
Doug Kastner, Price, Utah.

Jun 17

593 NEW record low max temps for the month of June –
and we’re only half way through the month
17 Jun 09 – Here we sit, with our fearless leaders in Washington DC
trying to shove ever more global warming taxes down our throats. This,
while low temperature records are being broken across the country.
Where is the outrage? Where is the media coverage on this?



Many of these records go back to the early 1900s, one goes back to
1884.



If you live in one of these states, you need to call your Congressman
and tell him/her to wake up! I can’t think of any polite way to put
this: We are being screwed.



Total Number of Records for June 2009
New records: 593 + Tied: 214 = Total: 807



Record low max temps in 5 states – 1 Jun 09
8 new records and 4 tied
(CO, ME, MI, MN, NY)



Record low max temps in 3 states – 2 Jun 09

5 new records and 3 tied

(CO, MT, WY)



Record low max temps in 10 states – 3 Jun 09

25 new records and 7 tied

(CA, CO, FL, HI, IN, KS, MT, NE, SD, WY)



Record low Max temps in 20 states - 4 Jun 09

22 new records and 19 tied
(AL, AR, CA, CO, CT, GA, IN, LA, MO, MS, MT,
NY, OH, OK, PA, SD, SD, TN, TX, WV)



Record low max temps in 24 states - 5 Jun 09
63 new records and 28 tied
(AL, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, LA,
MA, MD, MO, MS, MT, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA,
TN, TX, VA, WV)



Record low max temps in 22 states – 6 Jun 09
84 new records and 19 tied

(AL, AZ, CA, CO, GA, IA, IL, MD, MI, MN, MT,
NC, ND, NJ, NM, PA, SD, TN, VA, WI, WV, WY)



Record low max temps in 13 states - 7 Jun 09
60 new records and 10 tied

(CO, FL, IA, IL, MD, MI, MN, MT, NC, ND, NE, SD, WI)



Record low max temps in 12 states - 8 Jun 09
112 new records and 29 tied
(CO, IA, MI, MN, MT, ND, NE, NM, SD, TX, WI, WV)



Record low max temps in 15 states - 9 Jun 09
67 new records and 24 tied
(AZ, CA, CO, CT, KS, MI, MN, MO, MT, ND, NM,
SD, VT, WI, WY)



Record low max temps in 21 states - 10 Jun 09
65 new records and 36 tied
(AZ, CA, CO, CT, HI, IA, KS, MA, ME, MI, MN, MO,
MT, ND, NE, NH, NM, SD, VT, WI, WY)\



Record low max temps in 18 states - 11 Jun 09
46 new records and 11 tied
(AZ, CA, CO, CT, HI, ID, KS, ME, MI, MT, NE,
NH, NV, NY, PA, SD, TX, WY)



Record low max temps in 12 states - 12 Jun 09
17 new records and 10 tied

(AZ, CA, CO, IA, MD, MI, NE, NJ, SD, TX, UT, WY)



Record low max temps in 6 states - 13 Jun 09
9 new records and 2 tied
(AK, CA, CO, IA, MN, MO)



Record low max temps in 12 states - 14 Jun 09
8 new records and 9 tied
(AK, AL, CO, IA, IL, KS, ME, MI, MO, MS, NE, OH)



Record low max temps in 11 states - 15 Jun 09
10 new records and 3 tied
(AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, ID, ME, MS, NH, NM, UT)



Record low max temps in 6 states - 16 Jun 09
6 new records and 3 tied
(AZ, CO, IL, MO, NY, VA)



Record low max temps in 6 states - 17 Jun 09
5 new records and 2 tied
(CO, IA, MN, NJ, PA, VA)



http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=lomx&
month=6&day=0&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records

Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this link (and for a tremendous amount of
work)

Jun 16

Twelve inches of rain in one day in North Dakota - Bismarck, ND - A
video on weather.com interviews a farmer who measured 12 inches of
rain in 24 hours on his farm. His neighbor’s rain gauges are only 6”
high and they overflowed. Yet the official reports say only this:



The National Weather Service said its reports ranged from 5.6 inches
at the Bismarck airport since Monday to more than 7 inches east of the
city with about an inch falling in an hour Tuesday afternoon.



“Now, 12” of rain would = 120” of snow = 10 FEET of snow!!!!” says
reader Stephanie Relfe. “Remember, North Dakota was where they had
some of the major snow storms.”

http://www.weather.com/multimedia/videoplayer.html?clip=10827&from=hp_main_tab2

Jun 12

June in Chicago “Coldest since records began” - “So far this June is
running more than 12 degrees cooler than last year, and the clouds,
rain and chilly lake winds have been persistent. The average
temperature at O'Hare International Airport through Friday has been
only 59.5 degrees: nearly 7 degrees below normal and the coldest since
records there began 50 years ago.”

See entire article by Steve Kahn

http://weblogs.wgntv.com/chicago-weather/tom-skilling-blog/2009/06/chilly-junes-2009-open-one-for-2.html
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe, Craig Adkins, Mike McEvoy, John Williams,
Benjamin Napier, Mark Morano and Steven Woodcock for this link
(I was in Chicago over the weekend, and thought the cooler
temperature
was quite lovely.)

Jun 16

Bulldozing Hail in New Jersey – It looked as if a blizzard blew
through after several inches of dime-sized hailstones piled up.
Residents broke out the snow shovels, officials sent bulldozers to
clear the streets, and children formed hailballs.

“Plowing snow, ice, whatever you want to call it on a street in
Washington Township in June. It wasn't an understatement to say folks
in the neighborhood were shocked.

"Never in my lifetime, never," Karen Yates said.

In New York, Central Park has recorded more than 5 inches of rain
already this month.

http://wcbstv.com/local/washington.township.hail.2.1045714.html
Thanks to John Williams, Steven Woodcock and John V. Kampen in Granada
for this link

Jun 10

Tucson, AZ colder than normal - normally it’s 100-105 degrees this
time of year, instead it’s 90-98. I’m loving it but it’s no good for
the cotton. Forecast is for another week of sub-100 degree days.
Typically here it’s 100+ degrees from May 15 to Oct 1. Where is the
heat?

Rob Ferhmann

Jun 9

Historic cold in Twin Cities - Minnesota’s State Climatology Office
says the temperatures in St. Paul and Minneapolis stayed below for 60
for three straight days, something that hasn't happened in June since
June 1-3, 1951.



The only other years with three days in a row of high temperatures
below 60 in June were 1917, 1935, and 1937.



The high temperature of 52 degrees on Saturday set a record as the
lowest high temperature for that date.

http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2009/06/09/coolweather/

Thanks to Jack Rumpel for this link

Jun 8

Freeze warning for Maine - 8 Jun 09 - THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN
CARIBOUHAS ISSUED A FREEZE WARNING … INCLUDING THE CITIES
OF...ALLAGASH...CLAYTON LAKE...MADAWASKA... FORT KENT...
FRENCHVILLE... BAKER LAKE...BILLY-JACK DEPOT... BAXTER ST
PARK...CHAMBERLAIN LAKE... CHURCHILL DAM... MOUNT KATAHDIN

FREEZE WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 2 AM TO 6 AM EDT TUESDAY...
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/prodsByState.php?state=ME&prodtype=warnings

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link

Jun 7

Florida colder than normal
Email from reader
Hi Robert,
I don't have actual statistics, but we've been going to the beach the
last week (Palm Coast Florida) and we can't remember it every being
cold like this. When a cold wind blows, which it is usually, and the
clouds are over, which they are mostly, it's almost cold enough for a
light sweater. And this is FLORIDA in June (admittedly, North Florida
- but it is normally VERY hot by now)!!! The water is also
unseasonably cold. One is chattering after an hour's swim, even at
the hottest part of the day. THIS IS NOT NORMAL.

Stephanie Relfe

Jun 6

Snow in North Dakota - in June - It may have been only a couple of
inches, but it snowed in Dickinson, ND last night, the first time in
60 years that Dickinson residents have seen snow in June.
http://www.kxmc.com/News/386720.asp

Thanks to Phil Brennan, Benjamin Napier, Larry Leach, L. Gordy LaRoche
and Lyn Clark for this link



California Highway Patrol tells drivers:
Behave "as you would if you were driving in December" - Chains are
required on Highway 108 east of Strawberry, and the California
Department of Transportation closed Tioga Pass on Friday because of
snow. (I drove over Tioga Pass last week. Beautiful country.)
http://www.modbee.com/local/story/732997.html

Jun 6

Record low temperatures in 18 states - 6 Jun 09
New records: 41 + Tied: 25 = Total: 66
(AL, AR, FL, IN, KY, LA, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT,
ND, NH, OH, TN, TX, UT, WI)
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&
month=6&day=6&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info
Jun 5

Record low temps in 15 states - 5 Jun 09
New records: 19 + Tied: 18 = Total: 37
(AR, FL, IL, IN, LA, ME, MI, MN, MS, MT,
ND, NY, OK, TX, WI)

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&
month=6&day=5&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records



Record low max temps in 24 states - 5 Jun 09
New records: 63 + Tied: 28 = Total: 91
(AL, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, LA,
MA, MD, MO, MS, MT, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA,
TN, TX, VA, WV)
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=lomx&
month=6&day=5&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info

Jun 4

Record low Temps in 11 states – 4 Jun 09
New records: 20 + Tied: 18 = Total: 38
(CA, IL, IN, MI, MT, OH, OK, PA, SD, TX, WI)
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&
month=6&day=4&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records



Record low Max temps in 20 states - 4 Jun 09
New records: 22 + Tied: 19 = Total: 41
(AL, AR, CA, CO, CT, GA, IN, LA, MO, MS, MT,
NY, OH, OK, PA, SD, SD, TN, TX, WV)
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=lomx&
month=6&day=4&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info
Jun 3

Record low temps in seven states - 3 Jun 09
New records: 8 + Tied: 7 = Total: 15
(MI, MN, MT, NM, SD, TX, WI)

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&
month=6&day=3&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records



Record low max temps in 10 states - 3 Jun 09
New records: 25 + Tied: 7 = Total: 32
(CA, CO, FL, HI, IN, KS, MT, NE, SD, WY)http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/
climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=lomx&
month=6&day=3&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info
Jun 2

Below-normal temperatures through mid-June for much of northern U.S.

“Holy frozen petunias, Batman, this is cold — even for us."


“The trend so far in June, and for the foreseeable future, continues a
very cold and slow-starting spring across the Northland."



“The Climate Prediction Center is forecasting below-normal
temperatures through at least mid-June for much of the northern U.S."


“You guys have been cold even by northern Minnesota standards,” said
Pete Boulay, assistant state climatologist."
See entire forecast:

http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/event/article/id/121867/
Thanks to David Christian for this link

Jun 6

Year Without a Summer? - According to Long Range Expert Joe Bastardi,
areas from the northern Plains into the Northeast will have a "year
without a summer." The jet stream, which is suppressed abnormally
south this spring, is also suppressing the number of thunderstorms
that can form. The ones that do form in areas of the Ohio Valley and
West are forming in places with very cold temperatures, which can lead
to more electrified thunderstorms than normal this year."

http://www.accuweather.com/news-story.asp?partner=netweather&traveler=0&zipChg=1&article=9
Thanks to Thomas Loher for this link
A prediction of a "year without a summer" sure fits into the
Global cooling
scenario and the beginnings of a little ice age, says Thomas.
Jun 6 Barrow, Alaska sets three records in past 2 days - 31 May 09 -
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BARROW AK - ON MAY 30 … 3.6 INCHES OF SNOW …
BREAKS THE DAILY OLD RECORD OF 2.1 INCHES SET IN 1933... ON MAY 31 …
3.1 INCHES OF SNOW... BREAKS OLD DAILY RECORD OF 2.8 INCHES ALSO SET
IN 1933... ALSO A DAILY PRECIPITATION RECORD SET ON MAY 30 WITH 0.18
INCHES... BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 0.10 INCHES SET IN 1933.
http://pafg.arh.noaa.gov/wmofcst.php?wmo=SXAK79PABR&type=public
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this link
Jun 6

Third snowiest May in Barrow history - 1 Jun 09 - NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE BARROW AK - MAY WAS YET ANOTHER MONTH OF ABOVE AVERAGE
SNOWFALL, TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION... THE TOP STORY WAS THE
AMOUNT OF SNOWFALL ... 9.3 INCHES IN MAY...RANKS AS THE THIRD SNOWIEST
MAY IN STATION HISTORY... TRAILS ONLY 1933 AND 1923... ALSO FIFTH
MONTH OUT OF THE PAST EIGHT THAT MONTHLY SNOWFALL RANKED AMONG THE TOP
10 FOR THEIR RESPECTIVE MONTHS... MOST IMPRESSIVE EVENT WAS THE
SNOWSTORM ON MAY 30 AND 31...6.7 INCHES ... THE SECOND BIGGEST TWO DAY
SNOWSTORM IN STATION HISTORY DURING THE MONTH OF
MAY... TOPPED ONLY BY MAY 2 AND 3 OF 1933 WHEN 7.5 INCHES OF
SNOW FELL...



IN ADDITION TWO OF THE TOP 10 SNOWIEST DAYS IN THE MONTH OF MAY
OCCURRED DURING THE END OF THE MONTH ...3.6 INCHES OF SNOW ON MAY 30
RANKS AS THE FIFTH LARGEST DAILY SNOWFALL IN MAY...3.1 INCHES ON MAY
31 WAS THE SEVENTH BIGGEST SNOWFALL IN MAY...BOTH WERE DAILY
RECORDS ...RECORD SNOWFALL ALSO ON MAY 28 WHEN 0.9 INCHES OF SNOW
FELL...SINCE THE BEGINNING OF JANUARY THERE HAS BEEN 35.3 INCHES OF
SNOW... THE SECOND SNOWIEST START TO THE YEAR IN STATION HISTORY
TRAILING ONLY 1963 WITH 41.3 INCHES OF SNOW...



OCT 2008 THROUGH THIS MAY RANKS AS SNOWIEST PERIOD BY FAR... 75.9
INCHES ... 16.5 INCHES MORE THAN THE 59.4 INCHES THAT FELL FROM OCT
1925 TO MAY 1926... ALSO THE FIFTH WETTEST MAY ON RECORD... THE
WETTEST MAY SINCE 1969...8 DAYS HAD MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION THIS
MONTH...THE MOST DAILY PRECIPITATION FELL ON MAY 30 … SO FAR FOR THE
YEAR ... 1.43 INCHES OF RAIN... THE FIFTH WETTEST YEAR SO FAR AND THE
WETTEST SINCE 1982...THE MONTH WAS ALSO WARM ... WITH AN AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE OF 25.5 DEGREES OR 5.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL... THE SIXTH
WARMEST MAY ON RECORD TIED WITH 1963...
http://pafg.arh.noaa.gov/wmofcst.php?wmo=ABAK34PABR&type=public

Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this link

Jun 5

Frost expected across northern Wisconsin tonight - THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE IN GREEN BAY, WI ... AN UNSEASONABLY COOL AIR MASS …
AREAS OF FROST EXPECTED OVER PARTS OF NORTHERN WISCONSIN
TONIGHT...SOME PATCHY FROST POSSIBLE FURTHER SOUTH… INCLUDING ...EAGLE
RIVER... RHINELANDER...CRANDON... TOMAHAWK... ANTIGO
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/prodsByState.php?state=WI&prodtype=warnings

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link

Jun 5

Winter weather advisory: Rocky Mountains and central Montana - SPRING
SNOW TO IMPACT ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT AND CENTRAL MONTANA MOUNTAINS THIS
WEEKEND... INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...BROWNING...CUT BANK...CHOTEAU...
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN GREAT FALLS HAS ISSUED A WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY... MEASURABLE SNOWFALL WILL BEGIN ALONG THE ROCKY
MOUNTAIN FRONT LATER THIS EVENING AND SPREAD INTO THE MOUNTAINS OF
CENTRAL MONTANA AFTER MIDNIGHT. .. SNOWFALL AMOUNTS OF 4 TO 9 INCHES
ARE EXPECTED ABOVE 5000 FEET ALONG THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT...WITH 1
TO 3 INCHES POSSIBLE BELOW 5000 FEET AND INTO EASTERN GLACIER COUNTY.
FARTHER SOUTH... ELEVATIONS ABOVE 5000 FEET IN THE MOUNTAINS OF
CENTRAL MONTANA WILL RECEIVE 3 TO 7 INCHES OF SNOWFALL
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/prodsByState.php?state=MT&prodtype=warnings

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link

“Still winter in some parts,” says Kenneth, “and in 3 months
we'll be in fall again!”

Jun 4

Winter Weather Advisory for California Mountains - 4 Jun 09 - WESTERN
PLUMAS COUNTY/LASSEN PARK-WEST SLOPE NORTHERN SIERRA NEVADA-INCLUDING
THE CITIES OF.. .CHESTER... QUINCY... BLUE CANYON

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE… HAS ISSUED A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR
SNOW ABOVE 7500 FEET FOR THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE NORTHERN SIERRA
NEVADA AND LASSEN VOLCANIC NATIONAL PARK.

THE HEAVIEST PERIOD OF SNOW IS EXPECTED FRIDAY MORNING VER THE WESTERN
SLOPES… 4 TO 7 INCHES OF SNOW LIKELY ABOVE 7500 FEET WITH LOCALLY
HIGHER AMOUNTS.

CARSON PASS...EBBETS PASS AND SONORA PASS... ARE ALL EXPECTED TO BE
IMPACTED BY SNOW ON FRIDAY. THIS WILL MAKE TRAVEL DIFFICULT OVER THESE
PARTICULAR SIERRA NEVADA PASSES.



CAMPERS AND HIKERS SHOULD BE PREPARED TO ENCOUNTER WINTRY WEATHER
FRIDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT.
http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=CAZ068&warncounty=CAC089&firewx
zone=CAZ268&local_place1=9+Miles+SW+Burney+CA&product1=Winter+Weather
+Advisory
Thanks to David Christian and Kenneth Lund for this link
“I can't remember seeing anything like this in CA in June!”
says David.
This is especially interesting to me (Robert), because I
drove over the
Sonora Pass just last week.
Jun 2 Freeze warning for northern Minnesota
http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?site=dlh&map.x=109&map.y=11
http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?site=dlh&map.x=135&map.y=122
http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?site=dlh&map.x=189&map.y=68
Thanks to Benjamin Napier for these links
Jun 1

Record low temperatures in seven states – Where is the media?
New records: 17 + Tied records: 10 = Total: 27
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&
month=6&day=1&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
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Jul 14
Record low in Rochester, NY – Ties record set in 1926 - NATIONAL
WEATHER SVC BUFFALO NY… THE TEMPERATURE AT THE ROCHESTER AIRPORT
DIPPED TO 48 DEGREES ... TIES THE RECORD FOR THIS DATE SET IN
1926.    http://www.crh.noaa.gov/product.php?site=BUF&issuedby=ROC&product=RER...
I&version=1&glossary=0
Thanks to John Renahan for this link
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  I kind of doubt that.
Jul 14
Record low in Rochester, NY – Ties record set in 1926 - NATIONAL
WEATHER SVC BUFFALO NY… THE TEMPERATURE AT THE ROCHESTER AIRPORT
DIPPED TO 48 DEGREES ... TIES THE RECORD FOR THIS DATE SET IN
1926.    http://www.crh.noaa.gov/product.php?site=BUF&issuedby=ROC&product=RER...
I&version=1&glossary=0
Thanks to John Renahan for this link
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Jul 14
Record low in Rochester, NY – Ties record set in 1926 - NATIONAL
WEATHER SVC BUFFALO NY… THE TEMPERATURE AT THE ROCHESTER AIRPORT
DIPPED TO 48 DEGREES ... TIES THE RECORD FOR THIS DATE SET IN
1926. http://www.crh.noaa.gov/product.php?site=BUF&issuedby=ROC&product=RER&format=C
I&version=1&glossary=0
Thanks to John Renahan for this link
Jul 14
Record low temperatures in Northeast - 14 Jul 09 - As politicians in
Washington, DC debate what to do about global warming, Binghamton and
Rochester in New York and Hartford, CT experienced record lows for
July today. Temperatures in Concord, NH fell to 47-degress, the lowest
since 1940. Temperatures in Portsmouth tied the lowest every recorded
in July.
http://www.prisonplanet.com/record-low-temperatures-hit-northeast.html
Thanks to Craig Adkins for this link
Jul 14
Record low in Fishersville, VA - Low temp of 52.2F beats old record
low, set in 1940, by nearly two degrees.
Thanks to Robert Hoffman for this info
Jul 14
Low temperature record shattered in Northern Michigan - Joe
Charlevoix, Channel 29/8, Traverse City, just reported that the record
low of 39F last night in Cadillac and Houghton Lake, MI “shattered”
the old record for this date.
Thanks to Tom Meyer for this info
Jul 14
More record lows for New England - Another chilly night is in store
for New England tonight. “Temperatures may again approach and/or break
record levels in some areas.”
http://www.accuweather.com/news-story.asppartner=accuweather&traveler=0&article=3
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this info
Jul 13
Record low temps at International Falls 2 days in a row – The eighth
record daily low in the city this year
“Temperatures in the northern Minnesota city fell to 35 degrees Monday
morning - easily breaking the old daily record of 39, set on July 13,
2007, according to the National Weather Service.
It's the second consecutive day of record-low temperatures in
International Falls; the morning low on Sunday also was 35 degrees.
Monday's low was the eighth record daily low temperature recorded in
the city this year.
http://fox21online.com/news/still-another-record-low-temperature-international-falls
Thanks to Bryant Blake for this link
Jul 9
Cool Summer Cuts Chlorine Costs - With pool water temperatures running
about 5 degrees cooler than normal this summer, pool owners in the
Northeast and Midwest may have noticed that they are purchasing fewer
chemicals than normal this year.
“Heat breaks down chlorine more quickly, which in turn requires more
chlorine to replace what is lost,” says AccuWeather.com’s Gina
Cherundolo.
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this info
“It was still too cold here in South Carolina to go
swimming in early June,”
says Kenneth. “Normally it's warm enough mid May. “
Every day of June cooler than usual in Los Angeles
LAX breaks all-time low-maximum record
1 Jul 09 - The National Weather Service says the region has gone
through "a fairly noteworthy stretch of cool weather," with downtown
L.A. reporting an average daily high of 74.5 degrees, five degrees
below normal.
At LAX (Los Angeles International Airport), the highest temperature
for the month was 71 degrees, the lowest maximum for a June since
recordkeeping began in 1944.
http://www.mercurynews.com/breakingnews/ci_12730390?
Thanks to Larry Leach in Star, Idaho for this link
Jul 8
Chicago - Coldest July 8 in 118 years - Excerpts - "For the 12th time
since June 1, daytime highs failed to reach 70 degrees Wednesday. Only
one other year in the past half century has hosted so many sub-70-
degree days up to this point--1969, when 14 such days occurred.
"Wednesday's paltry 65-degree high at O'Hare International Airport (a
reading 18 degrees below normal) was also the city's coolest July 8
high in 118 years--since a 61-degree high on the date in 1891."
http://weblogs.wgntv.com/chicago-weather/tom-skilling-blog/2009/07/wednesdays-65degree-high-the-c.html
Thanks to Norman Eugene Vermillion II for this link
Jul 8
Freak Summer Snowstorm Hits Yonkers, NY - “A wintry mix of hail and
heavy thunderstorms downed trees and utility poles in Yonkers last
night -- causing
mountains of slush and ice to build up in parking lots and on grassy
areas.” Officials called in snow plows to help remove the snow, and
extra fire trucks were on hand to
help with the unseasonal cleanup.
See photos: Freak storm hits Yonkers
http://www.nypost.com/seven/07082009/news/regionalnews/snow_plows_
remove_hail_after_summer_stor_178218.htm
Thanks to Terry Batterton for this link
Jul 4
Record low on Mt. LeConte in the Smokies of East Tennessee
http://weathermatrix.tumblr.com/post/136546508/rt-sercc-cool-july-4th-for-mt-leconte-tn
Thanks to Rick Fanning, Knoxville, TN., for this link
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Jul 2
All-time snowiest year in Barrow, says NOAA
NATIONAL WEATHER SVC BARROW AK
IT WAS A HISTORIC YEAR IN BARROW FROM JULY 08 THROUGH JUNE 09... THE
SNOWIEST YEAR ON RECORD... 77.9 INCHES OF SNOW... ALMOST THREE TIMES
THE NORMAL 28 INCHES...THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 75.1 INCHES FROM
1922-1923... THE SNOW BEGAN IN EARNEST IN OCTOBER...WITH 23.2 INCHES
OF SNOW...THIS WAS THE ALL TIME SNOWIEST MONTH.
NOV, DEC AND JAN ALL HAD ABOVE AVERAGE SNOWFALL WITH THE MONTHS
RANKING 5TH, 11TH AND TIED FOR 5TH RESPECTIVELY... IT WAS ALSO THE ALL
TIME SNOWIEST FEBRUARY WITH 11.4 INCHES OF SNOW... A HISTORIC
SNOWSTORM FROM THE AFTERNOON OF MAY 30 INTO THE MORNING OF MAY 31
BROUGHT 6.7 INCHES OF NEW SNOW... THE SECOND BIGGEST SNOWSTORM IN
RECORDED HISTORY IN BARROW DURING THE MONTH OF MAY.
SNOWIEST YEARS (INCHES)
1. 77.9 2008-09
2. 75.1 1922-23
2. 67.3 1925-26
4. 61.0 1992-93
5. 59.8 1961-62
http://pafg.arh.noaa.gov/wmofcst.php?wmo=SXAK79PABR&type=public
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this link
Record low temperatures in 46 states during June
Meanwhile, our leaders continue passing laws to combat 'global
warming.'
No, they're not leaders, they're sheep.
... Or are they Judas Goats?
538 Records for June 2009 (As per NOAA)
New records: 307 + Tied: 231 = Total: 538
(Includes state by state totals)
See Record low temperatures in 46 states during June
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info
Jul 2
More record cold in Michigan
Robert,
A couple days ago it was reported on Channel 9/10 News Traverse City,
that Houghton Lake and Grayling MI had record cold daytime
temperatures. Correlates with this article.
Tom Meyer
http://www.iceagenow.com/Deep_Solar_Minimum_Continues.htm
Jul 1
Record low in Chicago - Today is July 1 and temp was 57F – They
announced on local radio that it is the COLDEST here it’s officially
been on this date since 1930!
Thanks to Bob Mann for this info
Jun 30
Northeasterners ask, "Where is summer?" - “Cooler weather leading up
to the 4th of July weekend across much of the Northeast and Great
Lakes will have people wondering again: where is summer?
“AccuWeather.com's Long Range Expert Joe Bastardi says 4th of July
week this year will be "cool as cucumber, rather than hot as a
firecracker."Cities like Detroit and Chicago may not even get out of
the 60s over the next couple of days!
“Temperatures in Boston, New York City and Philadelphia will all stay
near or below normal. Each of these cities has averaged below normal
for the month of June as well.”
http://www.accuweather.com/regional-news-story.asp?region=eastusnews
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link
Jun 29
Record low temperature in Cold Bay, AK - NATIONAL WEATHER SVC COLD BAY
AK
THE TEMPERATURE AT STATE AIRPORT FELL TO 30 DEGREES THIS MORNING. THE
OLD RECORD LOW FOR TODAY'S DATE WAS 33 DEGREES SET IN 1986.
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info
Jun 21
Once-in-a-century rain in Michigan - Storms batter country from Utah
to Maryland
“Tornadoes damaged homes from Kansas to Maryland while flooding forced
more than 1,000 concertgoers to abandon their cars and residents in
Utah filled sandbags to help keep water and mud out of their homes
this weekend.
“Late Sunday, tornado warnings were still posted in the Midwest and
heavy rain and winds pelted portions of New England.
“The worst of the rain hit western Michigan Friday night. Mark Dekelsy
of the National Weather Service told reporters that the five to eight
inches of rain that fell near Holland, MI, Friday is typically seen
just once a century.”
http://www.disasternews.net/news/article.php?articleid=3909
Thanks to Susan Kim for this link
Jun 29
Temps to be 15 to 20 degrees cooler than normal - A large pocket of
unusually cool air by July standards will settle in over the Great
Lakes, Ontario, and Northeast during the middle of the week, with
afternoon temperatures averaging a whopping 15 to 20 degrees cooler
than they should be at this time of year! Places such as Buffalo, New
York and Cleveland, Ohio will only reach the middle 60s.
See entire article by AccuWeather.com senior Meteorologist Brett
Anderson.
http://www.accuweather.com/news-story.asp?partner=accuweather&traveler=0&article=6
Thanks to Thomas Loher in southern Germany for this link
“P.S.,” says Thomas. “Here in southern Germany temps have finally
reached their normal summertime values along with above normal
precipitation. Major river flooding here as well. Interestingly the
extended long-range computer models are picking up on a major cool
down for parts of Europe similar to the one mentioned above!”
Jun 24
Alaska Winter Weather Advisory - In the summer!
INCLUDING...FORT YUKON... VENETIE... CENTRAL ... CIRCLE... STEVENS
VILLAGE... BEAVER... CHALKYITSIK... BIRCH CREEK... CIRCLE HOT
SPRINGS... TWELVE MILE SUMMIT … STEESE HIGHWAY ABOVE 3500 FEET... IN
EFFECT UNTIL 6 AM THURSDAY.
SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW WILL REDUCE VISIBILITIES TO BELOW 1 MILE … THIS
ADVISORY INCLUDES EAGLE SUMMIT WHERE AS OF 2 PM WEDS … IT IS
MODERATELY SNOWING WITH LIMITED VISIBILITY.
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/prodsByState.php?state=AK&prodtype=warnings
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link
Jun 22
Fresh snow on Mount Redoubt in Alaska – right on the Solstice no less!
“I do not know if snow in mid-June on Mount Redoubt is ‘normal’ or
not,” says meteorologist George Harvey. “To me, though, it flies in
the face of ‘Global Warming.’”
George Harvey
Senior Meteorologist
www.impactweather.com
http://www.avo.alaska.edu/webcam/Redoubt_-_DFR.php
Anecdotal evidence suggests summertime “snow caps” on Mt Redoubt are
not uncommon. Looking at pictures archived on the Alaska Volcano
Observatory site show that during past eruptive period (1989-90)
showed snow on the summit during July and August of 1990.
This suggests that snowfall like this does occur at any time of the
year.
Jun 21
Arizona coolest since 1913 - Thursday was the 14th consecutive day to
stay below 100 degrees, the longest stretch of its kind in any June
since 1913.
"It's been really nice," said the National Weather Service's Valerie
Meyers.
“The lower temperatures have allowed people to sleep with windows open
and drive with their arms out vehicle windows. Evenings, too, have
been spent chatting with neighbors while children or grandchildren
play.”
See entire article by John Faherty - The Arizona Republic
http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2009/06/19/20090619junelovely0619.html
Thanks to Alan Caruba, Steven Woodcock, Benjamin Napier and Bill
Pojedinec for this link
Jun 21
Summer a month late in Utah - For the last three weeks, we have had
weather like Seattle probably gets this time of year. High 60’s, low
70’s, mostly cloudy and some rain most days. It just doesn’t want to
become summer! They’re forecasting 80’s near 90’s next week. A month
later than usual.
Happy global warming.
Doug Kastner, Price, Utah.
Jun 17
593 NEW record low max temps for the month of June –
and we’re only half way through the month
17 Jun 09 – Here we sit, with our fearless leaders in Washington DC
trying to shove ever more global warming taxes down our throats. This,
while low temperature records are being broken across the country.
Where is the outrage? Where is the media coverage on this?
Many of these records go back to the early 1900s, one goes back to
1884.
If you live in one of these states, you need to call your Congressman
and tell him/her to wake up! I can’t think of any polite way to put
this: We are being screwed.
Total Number of Records for June 2009
New records: 593 + Tied: 214 = Total: 807
Record low max temps in 5 states – 1 Jun 09
8 new records and 4 tied
(CO, ME, MI, MN, NY)
Record low max temps in 3 states – 2 Jun 09
5 new records and 3 tied
(CO, MT, WY)
Record low max temps in 10 states – 3 Jun 09
25 new records and 7 tied
(CA, CO, FL, HI, IN, KS, MT, NE, SD, WY)
Record low Max temps in 20 states - 4 Jun 09
22 new records and 19 tied
(AL, AR, CA, CO, CT, GA, IN, LA, MO, MS, MT,
NY, OH, OK, PA, SD, SD, TN, TX, WV)
Record low max temps in 24 states - 5 Jun 09
63 new records and 28 tied
(AL, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, LA,
MA, MD, MO, MS, MT, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA,
TN, TX, VA, WV)
Record low max temps in 22 states – 6 Jun 09
84 new records and 19 tied
(AL, AZ, CA, CO, GA, IA, IL, MD, MI, MN, MT,
NC, ND, NJ, NM, PA, SD, TN, VA, WI, WV, WY)
Record low max temps in 13 states - 7 Jun 09
60 new records and 10 tied
(CO, FL, IA, IL, MD, MI, MN, MT, NC, ND, NE, SD, WI)
Record low max temps in 12 states - 8 Jun 09
112 new records and 29 tied
(CO, IA, MI, MN, MT, ND, NE, NM, SD, TX, WI, WV)
Record low max temps in 15 states - 9 Jun 09
67 new records and 24 tied
(AZ, CA, CO, CT, KS, MI, MN, MO, MT, ND, NM,
SD, VT, WI, WY)
Record low max temps in 21 states - 10 Jun 09
65 new records and 36 tied
(AZ, CA, CO, CT, HI, IA, KS, MA, ME, MI, MN, MO,
MT, ND, NE, NH, NM, SD, VT, WI, WY)\
Record low max temps in 18 states - 11 Jun 09
46 new records and 11 tied
(AZ, CA, CO, CT, HI, ID, KS, ME, MI, MT, NE,
NH, NV, NY, PA, SD, TX, WY)
Record low max temps in 12 states - 12 Jun 09
17 new records and 10 tied
(AZ, CA, CO, IA, MD, MI, NE, NJ, SD, TX, UT, WY)
Record low max temps in 6 states - 13 Jun 09
9 new records and 2 tied
(AK, CA, CO, IA, MN, MO)
Record low max temps in 12 states - 14 Jun 09
8 new records and 9 tied
(AK, AL, CO, IA, IL, KS, ME, MI, MO, MS, NE, OH)
Record low max temps in 11 states - 15 Jun 09
10 new records and 3 tied
(AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, ID, ME, MS, NH, NM, UT)
Record low max temps in 6 states - 16 Jun 09
6 new records and 3 tied
(AZ, CO, IL, MO, NY, VA)
Record low max temps in 6 states - 17 Jun 09
5 new records and 2 tied
(CO, IA, MN, NJ, PA, VA)
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=lomx&
month=6&day=0&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this link (and for a tremendous amount of
work)
Jun 16
Twelve inches of rain in one day in North Dakota - Bismarck, ND - A
video on weather.com interviews a farmer who measured 12 inches of
rain in 24 hours on his farm. His neighbor’s rain gauges are only 6”
The National Weather Service said its reports ranged from 5.6 inches
at the Bismarck airport since Monday to more than 7 inches east of the
city with about an inch falling in an hour Tuesday afternoon.
“Now, 12” of rain would = 120” of snow = 10 FEET of snow!!!!” says
reader Stephanie Relfe. “Remember, North Dakota was where they had
some of the major snow storms.”
http://www.weather.com/multimedia/videoplayer.html?clip=10827&from=hp_main_tab2
Jun 12
June in Chicago “Coldest since records began” - “So far this June is
running more than 12 degrees cooler than last year, and the clouds,
rain and chilly lake winds have been persistent. The average
temperature at O'Hare International Airport through Friday has been
only 59.5 degrees: nearly 7 degrees below normal and the coldest since
records there began 50 years ago.”
See entire article by Steve Kahn
http://weblogs.wgntv.com/chicago-weather/tom-skilling-blog/2009/06/chilly-junes-2009-open-one-for-2.html
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe, Craig Adkins, Mike McEvoy, John Williams,
Benjamin Napier, Mark Morano and Steven Woodcock for this link
(I was in Chicago over the weekend, and thought the cooler
temperature
was quite lovely.)
Jun 16
Bulldozing Hail in New Jersey – It looked as if a blizzard blew
through after several inches of dime-sized hailstones piled up.
Residents broke out the snow shovels, officials sent bulldozers to
clear the streets, and children formed hailballs.
“Plowing snow, ice, whatever you want to call it on a street in
Washington Township in June. It wasn't an understatement to say folks
in the neighborhood were shocked.
"Never in my lifetime, never," Karen Yates said.
In New York, Central Park has recorded more than 5 inches of rain
already this month.
http://wcbstv.com/local/washington.township.hail.2.1045714.html
Thanks to John Williams, Steven Woodcock and John V. Kampen in Granada
for this link
Jun 10
Tucson, AZ colder than normal - normally it’s 100-105 degrees this
time of year, instead it’s 90-98. I’m loving it but it’s no good for
the cotton. Forecast is for another week of sub-100 degree days.
Typically here it’s 100+ degrees from May 15 to Oct 1. Where is the
heat?
Rob Ferhmann
Jun 9
Historic cold in Twin Cities - Minnesota’s State Climatology Office
says the temperatures in St. Paul and Minneapolis stayed below for 60
for three straight days, something that hasn't happened in June since
June 1-3, 1951.
The only other years with three days in a row of high temperatures
below 60 in June were 1917, 1935, and 1937.
The high temperature of 52 degrees on Saturday set a record as the
lowest high temperature for that date.
http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2009/06/09/coolweather/
Thanks to Jack Rumpel for this link
Jun 8
Freeze warning for Maine - 8 Jun 09 - THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN
CARIBOUHAS ISSUED A FREEZE WARNING … INCLUDING THE CITIES
OF...ALLAGASH...CLAYTON LAKE...MADAWASKA... FORT KENT...
FRENCHVILLE... BAKER LAKE...BILLY-JACK DEPOT... BAXTER ST
PARK...CHAMBERLAIN LAKE... CHURCHILL DAM... MOUNT KATAHDIN
FREEZE WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 2 AM TO 6 AM EDT TUESDAY...
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/prodsByState.php?state=ME&prodtype=warnings
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link
Jun 7
Florida colder than normal
Email from reader
Hi Robert,
I don't have actual statistics, but we've been going to the beach the
last week (Palm Coast Florida) and we can't remember it every being
cold like this. When a cold wind blows, which it is usually, and the
clouds are over, which they are mostly, it's almost cold enough for a
light sweater. And this is FLORIDA in June (admittedly, North Florida
- but it is normally VERY hot by now)!!! The water is also
unseasonably cold. One is chattering after an hour's swim, even at
the hottest part of the day. THIS IS NOT NORMAL.
Stephanie Relfe
Jun 6
Snow in North Dakota - in June - It may have been only a couple of
inches, but it snowed in Dickinson, ND last night, the first time in
60 years that Dickinson residents have seen snow in June.
http://www.kxmc.com/News/386720.asp
Thanks to Phil Brennan, Benjamin Napier, Larry Leach, L. Gordy LaRoche
and Lyn Clark for this link
Behave "as you would if you were driving in December" - Chains are
required on Highway 108 east of Strawberry, and the California
Department of Transportation closed Tioga Pass on Friday because of
snow. (I drove over Tioga Pass last week. Beautiful country.)
http://www.modbee.com/local/story/732997.html
Jun 6
Record low temperatures in 18 states - 6 Jun 09
New records: 41 + Tied: 25 = Total: 66
(AL, AR, FL, IN, KY, LA, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT,
ND, NH, OH, TN, TX, UT, WI)
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&
month=6&day=6&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info
Jun 5
Record low temps in 15 states - 5 Jun 09
New records: 19 + Tied: 18 = Total: 37
(AR, FL, IL, IN, LA, ME, MI, MN, MS, MT,
ND, NY, OK, TX, WI)
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&
month=6&day=5&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Record low max temps in 24 states - 5 Jun 09
New records: 63 + Tied: 28 = Total: 91
(AL, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, LA,
MA, MD, MO, MS, MT, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA,
TN, TX, VA, WV)
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=lomx&
month=6&day=5&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info
Jun 4
Record low Temps in 11 states – 4 Jun 09
New records: 20 + Tied: 18 = Total: 38
(CA, IL, IN, MI, MT, OH, OK, PA, SD, TX, WI)
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&
month=6&day=4&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Record low Max temps in 20 states - 4 Jun 09
New records: 22 + Tied: 19 = Total: 41
(AL, AR, CA, CO, CT, GA, IN, LA, MO, MS, MT,
NY, OH, OK, PA, SD, SD, TN, TX, WV)
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=lomx&
month=6&day=4&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info
Jun 3
Record low temps in seven states - 3 Jun 09
New records: 8 + Tied: 7 = Total: 15
(MI, MN, MT, NM, SD, TX, WI)
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&
month=6&day=3&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Record low max temps in 10 states - 3 Jun 09
New records: 25 + Tied: 7 = Total: 32
(CA, CO, FL, HI, IN, KS, MT, NE, SD, WY)http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/
climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=lomx&
month=6&day=3&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this info
Jun 2
Below-normal temperatures through mid-June for much of northern U.S.
“Holy frozen petunias, Batman, this is cold — even for us."
“The trend so far in June, and for the foreseeable future, continues a
very cold and slow-starting spring across the Northland."
“The Climate Prediction Center is forecasting below-normal
temperatures through at least mid-June for much of the northern U.S."
“You guys have been cold even by northern Minnesota standards,” said
Pete Boulay, assistant state climatologist."
http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/event/article/id/121867/
Thanks to David Christian for this link
Jun 6
Year Without a Summer? - According to Long Range Expert Joe Bastardi,
areas from the northern Plains into the Northeast will have a "year
without a summer." The jet stream, which is suppressed abnormally
south this spring, is also suppressing the number of thunderstorms
that can form. The ones that do form in areas of the Ohio Valley and
West are forming in places with very cold temperatures, which can lead
to more electrified thunderstorms than normal this year."
http://www.accuweather.com/news-story.asp?partner=netweather&traveler=0&zipChg=1&article=9
Thanks to Thomas Loher for this link
A prediction of a "year without a summer" sure fits into the
Global cooling
scenario and the beginnings of a little ice age, says Thomas.
Jun 6 Barrow, Alaska sets three records in past 2 days - 31 May 09 -
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BARROW AK - ON MAY 30 … 3.6 INCHES OF SNOW …
BREAKS THE DAILY OLD RECORD OF 2.1 INCHES SET IN 1933... ON MAY 31 …
3.1 INCHES OF SNOW... BREAKS OLD DAILY RECORD OF 2.8 INCHES ALSO SET
IN 1933... ALSO A DAILY PRECIPITATION RECORD SET ON MAY 30 WITH 0.18
INCHES... BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 0.10 INCHES SET IN 1933.
http://pafg.arh.noaa.gov/wmofcst.php?wmo=SXAK79PABR&type=public
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this link
Jun 6
Third snowiest May in Barrow history - 1 Jun 09 - NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE BARROW AK - MAY WAS YET ANOTHER MONTH OF ABOVE AVERAGE
SNOWFALL, TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION... THE TOP STORY WAS THE
AMOUNT OF SNOWFALL ... 9.3 INCHES IN MAY...RANKS AS THE THIRD SNOWIEST
MAY IN STATION HISTORY... TRAILS ONLY 1933 AND 1923... ALSO FIFTH
MONTH OUT OF THE PAST EIGHT THAT MONTHLY SNOWFALL RANKED AMONG THE TOP
10 FOR THEIR RESPECTIVE MONTHS... MOST IMPRESSIVE EVENT WAS THE
SNOWSTORM ON MAY 30 AND 31...6.7 INCHES ... THE SECOND BIGGEST TWO DAY
SNOWSTORM IN STATION HISTORY DURING THE MONTH OF
MAY... TOPPED ONLY BY MAY 2 AND 3 OF 1933 WHEN 7.5 INCHES OF
SNOW FELL...
IN ADDITION TWO OF THE TOP 10 SNOWIEST DAYS IN THE MONTH OF MAY
OCCURRED DURING THE END OF THE MONTH ...3.6 INCHES OF SNOW ON MAY 30
RANKS AS THE FIFTH LARGEST DAILY SNOWFALL IN MAY...3.1 INCHES ON MAY
31 WAS THE SEVENTH BIGGEST SNOWFALL IN MAY...BOTH WERE DAILY
RECORDS ...RECORD SNOWFALL ALSO ON MAY 28 WHEN 0.9 INCHES OF SNOW
FELL...SINCE THE BEGINNING OF JANUARY THERE HAS BEEN 35.3 INCHES OF
SNOW... THE SECOND SNOWIEST START TO THE YEAR IN STATION HISTORY
TRAILING ONLY 1963 WITH 41.3 INCHES OF SNOW...
OCT 2008 THROUGH THIS MAY RANKS AS SNOWIEST PERIOD BY FAR... 75.9
INCHES ... 16.5 INCHES MORE THAN THE 59.4 INCHES THAT FELL FROM OCT
1925 TO MAY 1926... ALSO THE FIFTH WETTEST MAY ON RECORD... THE
WETTEST MAY SINCE 1969...8 DAYS HAD MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION THIS
MONTH...THE MOST DAILY PRECIPITATION FELL ON MAY 30 … SO FAR FOR THE
YEAR ... 1.43 INCHES OF RAIN... THE FIFTH WETTEST YEAR SO FAR AND THE
WETTEST SINCE 1982...THE MONTH WAS ALSO WARM ... WITH AN AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE OF 25.5 DEGREES OR 5.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL... THE SIXTH
WARMEST MAY ON RECORD TIED WITH 1963...
http://pafg.arh.noaa.gov/wmofcst.php?wmo=ABAK34PABR&type=public
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this link
Jun 5
Frost expected across northern Wisconsin tonight - THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE IN GREEN BAY, WI ... AN UNSEASONABLY COOL AIR MASS …
AREAS OF FROST EXPECTED OVER PARTS OF NORTHERN WISCONSIN
TONIGHT...SOME PATCHY FROST POSSIBLE FURTHER SOUTH… INCLUDING ...EAGLE
RIVER... RHINELANDER...CRANDON... TOMAHAWK... ANTIGO
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/prodsByState.php?state=WI&prodtype=warnings
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link
Jun 5
Winter weather advisory: Rocky Mountains and central Montana - SPRING
SNOW TO IMPACT ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT AND CENTRAL MONTANA MOUNTAINS THIS
WEEKEND... INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...BROWNING...CUT BANK...CHOTEAU...
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN GREAT FALLS HAS ISSUED A WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY... MEASURABLE SNOWFALL WILL BEGIN ALONG THE ROCKY
MOUNTAIN FRONT LATER THIS EVENING AND SPREAD INTO THE MOUNTAINS OF
CENTRAL MONTANA AFTER MIDNIGHT. .. SNOWFALL AMOUNTS OF 4 TO 9 INCHES
ARE EXPECTED ABOVE 5000 FEET ALONG THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT...WITH 1
TO 3 INCHES POSSIBLE BELOW 5000 FEET AND INTO EASTERN GLACIER COUNTY.
FARTHER SOUTH... ELEVATIONS ABOVE 5000 FEET IN THE MOUNTAINS OF
CENTRAL MONTANA WILL RECEIVE 3 TO 7 INCHES OF SNOWFALL
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/prodsByState.php?state=MT&prodtype=warnings
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link
“Still winter in some parts,” says Kenneth, “and in 3 months
we'll be in fall again!”
Jun 4
Winter Weather Advisory for California Mountains - 4 Jun 09 - WESTERN
PLUMAS COUNTY/LASSEN PARK-WEST SLOPE NORTHERN SIERRA NEVADA-INCLUDING
THE CITIES OF.. .CHESTER... QUINCY... BLUE CANYON
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE… HAS ISSUED A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR
SNOW ABOVE 7500 FEET FOR THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE NORTHERN SIERRA
NEVADA AND LASSEN VOLCANIC NATIONAL PARK.
THE HEAVIEST PERIOD OF SNOW IS EXPECTED FRIDAY MORNING VER THE WESTERN
SLOPES… 4 TO 7 INCHES OF SNOW LIKELY ABOVE 7500 FEET WITH LOCALLY
HIGHER AMOUNTS.
CARSON PASS...EBBETS PASS AND SONORA PASS... ARE ALL EXPECTED TO BE
IMPACTED BY SNOW ON FRIDAY. THIS WILL MAKE TRAVEL DIFFICULT OVER THESE
PARTICULAR SIERRA NEVADA PASSES.
CAMPERS AND HIKERS SHOULD BE PREPARED TO ENCOUNTER WINTRY WEATHER
FRIDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT.
http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=CAZ068&warncounty=CAC089&firewx
zone=CAZ268&local_place1=9+Miles+SW+Burney+CA&product1=Winter+Weather
+Advisory
Thanks to David Christian and Kenneth Lund for this link
“I can't remember seeing anything like this in CA in June!”
says David.
This is especially interesting to me (Robert), because I
drove over the
Sonora Pass just last week.
Jun 2 Freeze warning for northern Minnesota
http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?site=dlh&map.x=109&map.y=11
http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?site=dlh&map.x=135&map.y=122
http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?site=dlh&map.x=189&map.y=68
Thanks to Benjamin Napier for these links
Jun 1
Record low temperatures in seven states – Where is the media?
New records: 17 + Tied records: 10 = Total: 27
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&
month=6&day=1&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
"record high temperatures" (2009)

http://news.google.com/archivesearch?as_user_ldate=2009&as_user_hdate=2009&q=%22record+high+temperatures%22&scoring=a&hl=en&ned=us&q=%22record+high+temperatures%22&lnav=od&btnG=Go

The Jet Stream dipped South so cold air from Canada & the Arctic came ....
which is being warmed up.
OTOH Warm air from elsewhere had to move North someplace to
displace it. Due to warming no doubt. And warming the Arctic even more.
And it's a solar minimum I gather ....
--
Cliff
Zymrgy
2009-07-17 22:48:03 UTC
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Record breaking cold temperatures in July. Coldest on record for June.
  I kind of doubt that.
I realize my last post was lengthy....but I want to present you some
FACTS with websites verifying them. Here are some more facts.....

Are you aware that low temperature records were set in 46 states
during the month of June? According to the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), some 538 low temperature records
were set in June alone.

The Nisqually Glacier on Mt. Rainier is growing. The Emmons Glacier on
Mt. Rainier is growing. Crater Glacier on Mt. Saint Helens is growing.
(According to the US Forest Service, Crater Glacier is now larger than
it was before the 1980 eruption.) Glaciers on Glacier Peak in northern
Washington are growing. Glaciers are also growing on California’s Mt.
Shasta, and that glaciers are growing in Alaska for the first time in
250 years. In May, Alaska’s Hubbard Glacier was advancing at the rate
of seven feet per day - more than half-a-mile per year. And in Icy
Bay, at least three glaciers have advanced a third of a mile in one
year.

You say thats just North America....Well....

Perito Moreno Glacier, the largest glacier in Argentina, is growing.
Pio XI Glacier, the largest glacier in Chile, is growing. Glaciers are
growing on Mt. Logan, the tallest mountain in Canada. Glaciers are
growing on Mt. Blanc, the tallest mountain in France.

Glaciers (230 of them) are growing in the Western Himalayas. Glaciers
are growing in Norway. Recently, all 50 glaciers in New Zealand were
growing. Glaciers in Greenland are growing thicker. And contrary to
what we’ve being told, the Antarctic Ice Sheet is growing, not
shrinking.

More than 90 percent of the world’s glaciers are growing, but all that
we hear about are the ones that are shrinking. Fuck Kilimanjaro.

According to Dr. Roy Spencer, climatologist and former NASA scientist,
satellite data for June shows that the earth has cooled an astounding .
74°F since former Vice President Al Gore released his bullshit "An
Inconvenient Truth" in 2006.


These are all facts that can be verified. What "facts" do you have to
contradict them?
Cliff
2009-07-18 01:13:37 UTC
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Post by g***@excite.com
Record breaking cold temperatures in July. Coldest on record for June.
  I kind of doubt that.
I realize my last post was lengthy....but I want to present you some
FACTS with websites verifying them. Here are some more facts.....
Are you aware that low temperature records were set in 46 states
during the month of June? According to the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), some 538 low temperature records
were set in June alone.
The Nisqually Glacier on Mt. Rainier is growing. The Emmons Glacier on
Mt. Rainier is growing. Crater Glacier on Mt. Saint Helens is growing.
(According to the US Forest Service, Crater Glacier is now larger than
it was before the 1980 eruption.) Glaciers on Glacier Peak in northern
Washington are growing. Glaciers are also growing on California’s Mt.
Shasta, and that glaciers are growing in Alaska for the first time in
250 years. In May, Alaska’s Hubbard Glacier was advancing at the rate
of seven feet per day - more than half-a-mile per year. And in Icy
Bay, at least three glaciers have advanced a third of a mile in one
year.
You say thats just North America....Well....
Perito Moreno Glacier, the largest glacier in Argentina, is growing.
Pio XI Glacier, the largest glacier in Chile, is growing. Glaciers are
growing on Mt. Logan, the tallest mountain in Canada. Glaciers are
growing on Mt. Blanc, the tallest mountain in France.
Glaciers (230 of them) are growing in the Western Himalayas. Glaciers
are growing in Norway. Recently, all 50 glaciers in New Zealand were
growing. Glaciers in Greenland are growing thicker. And contrary to
what we’ve being told, the Antarctic Ice Sheet is growing, not
shrinking.
More than 90 percent of the world’s glaciers are growing, but all that
we hear about are the ones that are shrinking. Fuck Kilimanjaro.
According to Dr. Roy Spencer, climatologist and former NASA scientist,
satellite data for June shows that the earth has cooled an astounding .
74°F since former Vice President Al Gore released his bullshit "An
Inconvenient Truth" in 2006.
These are all facts that can be verified. What "facts" do you have to
contradict them?
About any of them.
All you have is BS & confusion.
--
Cliff
Zymrgy
2009-07-18 09:39:38 UTC
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  About any of them.
  All you have is BS & confusion.
--
Cliff
Typical liberal. Present them with fact & they run & hide..... Prove
me wrong Cliffie. There is no BS or confusion in what I posted. All
events listed (and many more) can be easily looked up &
verified....and all of those events contradict "global warming".
Cliff
2009-07-18 10:00:42 UTC
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  About any of them.
  All you have is BS & confusion.
--
Cliff
Typical liberal. Present them with fact & they run & hide..... Prove
me wrong Cliffie. There is no BS or confusion in what I posted. All
events listed (and many more) can be easily looked up &
verified....and all of those events contradict "global warming".
You don't even know what it's about.
--
Cliff
Zymrgy
2009-07-18 15:41:37 UTC
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  About any of them.
  All you have is BS & confusion.
--
Cliff
Typical liberal. Present them with fact & they run & hide..... Prove
me wrong Cliffie. There is no BS or confusion in what I posted. All
events listed (and many more) can be easily looked up &
verified....and all of those events contradict "global warming".
  You don't even know what it's about.
--
Cliff
Tell me...what is it about? Fact or fiction?
Scott
2009-07-18 04:05:28 UTC
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Post by g***@excite.com
Record breaking cold temperatures in July. Coldest on record for June.
I kind of doubt that.
I realize my last post was lengthy....but I want to present you some
FACTS with websites verifying them. Here are some more facts.....

Are you aware that low temperature records were set in 46 states
during the month of June? According to the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), some 538 low temperature records
were set in June alone.

The Nisqually Glacier on Mt. Rainier is growing. The Emmons Glacier on
Mt. Rainier is growing. Crater Glacier on Mt. Saint Helens is growing.
(According to the US Forest Service, Crater Glacier is now larger than
it was before the 1980 eruption.) Glaciers on Glacier Peak in northern
Washington are growing. Glaciers are also growing on California’s Mt.
Shasta, and that glaciers are growing in Alaska for the first time in
250 years. In May, Alaska’s Hubbard Glacier was advancing at the rate
of seven feet per day - more than half-a-mile per year. And in Icy
Bay, at least three glaciers have advanced a third of a mile in one
year.

You say thats just North America....Well....

Perito Moreno Glacier, the largest glacier in Argentina, is growing.
Pio XI Glacier, the largest glacier in Chile, is growing. Glaciers are
growing on Mt. Logan, the tallest mountain in Canada. Glaciers are
growing on Mt. Blanc, the tallest mountain in France.

Glaciers (230 of them) are growing in the Western Himalayas. Glaciers
are growing in Norway. Recently, all 50 glaciers in New Zealand were
growing. Glaciers in Greenland are growing thicker. And contrary to
what we’ve being told, the Antarctic Ice Sheet is growing, not
shrinking.

More than 90 percent of the world’s glaciers are growing, but all that
we hear about are the ones that are shrinking. Fuck Kilimanjaro.

According to Dr. Roy Spencer, climatologist and former NASA scientist,
satellite data for June shows that the earth has cooled an astounding .
74°F since former Vice President Al Gore released his bullshit "An
Inconvenient Truth" in 2006.


These are all facts that can be verified. What "facts" do you have to
contradict them?

*************

Of course he has none; Cliffie is just parroting his masters as the mind
control beam has instructed him (sorry to all men for using the masculine in
the description of shit like Cliff).

He isn't interested in facts, just blowjobs.

Let's not forget that Mars is warming too.

Has to be Palin's fault as well.

Man, who could not be in awe of the power that woman wields.

She can warm other planets while simultaneously putting idiots here on earth
into a trance.
Cliff
2009-07-18 09:04:24 UTC
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Post by Cliff
Post by g***@excite.com
Record breaking cold temperatures in July. Coldest on record for June.
I kind of doubt that.
I realize my last post was lengthy....but I want to present you some
FACTS with websites verifying them. Here are some more facts.....
http://www.oregonlive.com/opinion/index.ssf/2009/07/paranoia_strikes_when_rightwin.html
"Paranoia strikes when right-wing radio goes silent"
[
Moments after conservative talk radio station KPNW went suddenly silent for
several days earlier this month, many listeners were quick to accuse the Obama
administration of using its mighty power to take Rush Limbaugh and Lars Larson
off the air.

The mysterious black-out went on for hours, then days. When the local newspaper,
The Register-Guard, quoted station officials explaining that a 60-year backup
transmitter had failed in sizzling temperatures, the same listeners still could
not buy it. They jammed the station's phone lines, insisting "liberal
terrorists" must have sabotaged it.

And who can blame them for being suspicious? Isn't it more than a little bit
fishy that a 60-year transmitter would just all of a sudden break down in
94-degree heat?

One typical KPNW listener and conspiracy theorist, Ted Egan of Veneta, told the
Eugene paper he didn't buy the radio station's official explanation.

"You listen to these guys talk [Limbaugh, Larson, Michael Savage and so forth]
and they are really down on this guy Obama. They really blast him," Egan told
the paper. "I don't think he likes it, and I think he has the power to do
something."

It is indeed plausible that President Barack Obama is concerned about the
extreme rhetoric spewing these days from right-wing radio. Perhaps the
administration decided to intimidate Limbaugh & Co. by knocking a little
Eugene-Springfield station off the air for a few days, just to send a message.

What's baffling is that the station management, the same people responsible for
running all those conservative voices, joined in the conspiracy. By putting up
the flimsy story about the ancient broken-down transmitter, they helped cover up
Obama's fascist crackdown. (Or the liberal terrorist sabotage, or whatever evil
plot stopped the broadcasting.)
]
Cliff
2009-07-18 09:07:38 UTC
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Post by Cliff
Post by g***@excite.com
Record breaking cold temperatures in July. Coldest on record for June.
I kind of doubt that.
I realize my last post was lengthy....but I want to present you some
FACTS with websites verifying them. Here are some more facts.....
Are you aware that low temperature records were set in 46 states
during the month of June? According to the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), some 538 low temperature records
were set in June alone.
The Nisqually Glacier on Mt. Rainier is growing. The Emmons Glacier on
Mt. Rainier is growing. Crater Glacier on Mt. Saint Helens is growing.
(According to the US Forest Service, Crater Glacier is now larger than
it was before the 1980 eruption.) Glaciers on Glacier Peak in northern
Washington are growing. Glaciers are also growing on California’s Mt.
Shasta, and that glaciers are growing in Alaska for the first time in
250 years. In May, Alaska’s Hubbard Glacier was advancing at the rate
of seven feet per day - more than half-a-mile per year. And in Icy
Bay, at least three glaciers have advanced a third of a mile in one
year.
You say thats just North America....Well....
Perito Moreno Glacier, the largest glacier in Argentina, is growing.
Pio XI Glacier, the largest glacier in Chile, is growing. Glaciers are
growing on Mt. Logan, the tallest mountain in Canada. Glaciers are
growing on Mt. Blanc, the tallest mountain in France.
Glaciers (230 of them) are growing in the Western Himalayas. Glaciers
are growing in Norway. Recently, all 50 glaciers in New Zealand were
growing. Glaciers in Greenland are growing thicker. And contrary to
what we’ve being told, the Antarctic Ice Sheet is growing, not
shrinking.
More than 90 percent of the world’s glaciers are growing, but all that
we hear about are the ones that are shrinking. Fuck Kilimanjaro.
According to Dr. Roy Spencer, climatologist and former NASA scientist,
satellite data for June shows that the earth has cooled an astounding .
74°F since former Vice President Al Gore released his bullshit "An
Inconvenient Truth" in 2006.
These are all facts that can be verified. What "facts" do you have to
contradict them?
*************
Of course he has none; Cliffie is just parroting his masters as the mind
control beam has instructed him (sorry to all men for using the masculine in
the description of shit like Cliff).
He isn't interested in facts, just blowjobs.
Let's not forget that Mars is warming too.
Has to be Palin's fault as well.
Man, who could not be in awe of the power that woman wields.
She can warm other planets while simultaneously putting idiots here on earth
into a trance.
LOL .... Rush whispers to you from under your bed, right?
"the earth has cooled an astounding 74°F since former Vice President Al Gore
released his bullshit"
That's really astounding indeed.
But still BS lies.
--
Cliff
I M @ good guy
2009-07-18 16:43:54 UTC
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Post by Zymrgy
According to Dr. Roy Spencer, climatologist and former NASA scientist,
satellite data for June shows that the earth has cooled an astounding .
74°F since former Vice President Al Gore released his bullshit "An
Inconvenient Truth" in 2006.
[snip]
Post by Cliff
LOL .... Rush whispers to you from under your bed, right?
"the earth has cooled an astounding 74°F since former Vice President Al Gore
released his bullshit"
That's really astounding indeed.
But still BS lies.
You didn't see the decimal point where the editor
did the line break wrong, that was written .74 F, only a
trouble maker would suggest anybody would say 74 F,
even though it should have been written 0.74 F.
Zymrgy
2009-07-18 18:00:13 UTC
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          You didn't see the decimal point where the editor
did the line break wrong, that was written .74 F, only a
trouble maker would suggest anybody would say 74 F,
even though it should have been written 0.74 F.
I didn't notice that when I posted....thanks for the clarification.
Phil Kangas
2009-07-15 13:07:38 UTC
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Gary wrote:
Record breaking cold temperatures in July. Coldest on record
for June.
I think I'm going to get a second patio heater cause it's so
darn cold
at night on my huge wooden deck.
One way or another, I'll make it feel like summer time out
there by
the pool. Now where is that chlorine?


This cold weather we're having is all obamas fault you know.
Yah it's
true, I heard it said a long long time ago on the farm when
those old
timers were talking. They said it'll be a cold day in hell
when a black
man becomes president!
HH&C
2009-07-18 03:03:02 UTC
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 http://www.reuters.com/article/politicsNews/idUSTRE56D6GF20090714
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A cap-and-trade system aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions from fossil
fuels like petroleum and coal is at the heart of legislation that narrowly
passed the U.S. House of Representatives on June 26. The Senate is expected to
start considering it in September.
This kind of system, which Obama supports, aims to cut carbon dioxide emissions
by 17 percent from 2005 levels by 2020, and by 83 percent by 2050.
17% worldwide? 83% worldwide?

Who else is participating (hamstringing their economies)?
Instead, Palin advocated offshore oil drilling, drilling in Alaska's Arctic
National Wildlife Refuge, more coal mining ....
Smart woman. I'll vote for her again.
Cliff
2009-07-18 09:01:44 UTC
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On Fri, 17 Jul 2009 20:03:02 -0700 (PDT), "HH&C"
Post by HH&C
 http://www.reuters.com/article/politicsNews/idUSTRE56D6GF20090714
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A cap-and-trade system aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions from fossil
fuels like petroleum and coal is at the heart of legislation that narrowly
passed the U.S. House of Representatives on June 26. The Senate is expected to
start considering it in September.
This kind of system, which Obama supports, aims to cut carbon dioxide emissions
by 17 percent from 2005 levels by 2020, and by 83 percent by 2050.
17% worldwide? 83% worldwide?
Who else is participating (hamstringing their economies)?
Instead, Palin advocated offshore oil drilling, drilling in Alaska's Arctic
National Wildlife Refuge, more coal mining ....
Smart woman. I'll vote for her again.
http://alaskareport.com/news39/x71276_bait_switch.htm
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When Gwen Ifill asked, "Do you support capping carbon emissions?" Palin
resonded, "I do. I do."
]
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Cliff
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