Monthly Archives: August 2012

On the Cusp: Brits Record Wet and Cold

Russ Steele Set to be the fourth wettest summer since records began in 1727. “Heating back on as record cold night ends wettest summer,” reads the headline in the Telegraph. “The second wettest(summer)  in the UK since records began – … Continue reading

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Why The Earth Is Cooling – CO2 Warming Is Only A Tenth Of What The Models Show!

ByP Gosselinon6. August 2012, presented here for your evaluation and discussion By Ed Caryl The Climate Team has always claimed that a doubling of CO2 would add 3.7 Watts/m2 to the global climate budget and thus this would fry us … Continue reading

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Link found between cold European winters and solar activity

23 August 2012 AGU Release No. 12-39 For Immediate Release WASHINGTON—Scientists have long suspected that the Sun’s 11-year cycle influences climate of certain regions on Earth. Yet records of average, seasonal temperatures do not date back far enough to confirm … Continue reading

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On the Cusp: Only Six Days of Summer in Sweden in 2012

Russ Steele “Summer weather was miserable – now there’s proof,” says this article out of Sweden. According to the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI), on only six days this summer did the temperature reach more than 25 degrees Celsius in … Continue reading

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On the Cusp: August Oregon Freeze

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MEDFORD HAS ISSUED A FREEZE WATCH… IN EFFECT FOR FRIDAY MORNING.[Aug 23, 2012] WIDESPREAD FREEZING TEMPERATURES POSSIBLE OVER MUCH OF NORTHERN KLAMATH AND LAKE COUNTIES COOL HIGH PRESSURE WILL MOVE OVER THE AREA THURSDAY NIGHT … Continue reading

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Climate Impact on the Maya

Russ Steele The article is in the Alaska Native News: TEMPE, Ariz. — A new analysis of complex interactions between humans and the environment preceding the 9th century collapse and abandonment of the Central Maya Lowlands in the Yucatán Peninsula … Continue reading

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Monitoring Times: A Quest to Find the Disappearing Sunspots

Russ Steele My article on the disappearing sunspots has been published in the September issue of Monitoring Times. Ham radio operators and radio spectrum monitors depend on an active sun to ionize the upper atmosphere to enable long range communications. … Continue reading

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On the Cusp? Nebraska Weather (Updated)

Russ Steele According to the National Weather Service in Hastings, the low temperature at Central Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island was 45 degrees Friday morning. This tied the previous record of 45 degrees set in 1943. This was the … Continue reading

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Climate Follows The Sun’s UV Groove To Grand Minimums

Russ Steele Doug L. Hoffman, writing at The Resilient Earth has an interesting post on how changes in the Sun’s UV radiation can impact the climate here on earth, with links to known grand minimums. Here is Doug’s introduction: That … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Guest post by David Archibald My papers and those of Jan-Erik Solheim et al predict a significant cooling over Solar Cycle 24 relative to Solar Cycle 23. Solheim’s model predicts that Solar Cycle…

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