Monthly Archives: November 2012

Just Weather: Mt Shasta – 14 to 18 feet of snow in next 72 hours

176 – 218 inches of snow. In three days! This Afternoon Snow. Could be heavy at times. High near 23. Wind chill values as low as -7. Windy, with a south southwest wind around 85 mph, with gusts as high … Continue reading

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On the Cusp of a Long Long Winter?

Russ Steele When Mother Nature decides it is time from some snow we earthling have to learn to cope with the consequences, even if it is not officially winter yet and global warming is everywhere: China: The biggest snowfall in … Continue reading

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Frost damage hits late season Chilean blueberries | Fresh Fruit Portal

Shorter growing seasons is a sign that the next grand minimum is on the way. California Giant Berries South America manager Nader Musleh, told the amount of damage to his company’s producers depended on the area, with some growers … Continue reading

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Return to Political Blogging

Dear readers, I could not contain myself and have returned to political blogging HERE. I will continue to post important long term climate change events on this blog.

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Sunspots not an indicator of solar cycle

By Stuart Gary Underlying solar cycle activity can’t be predicted by sunspot numbers (NASA/TRACE) A new study of ice core samples has found the link between sunspot activity and the Sun’s solar cycle isn’t as strong as previously thought Researchers … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Global Cooling – Climate and Weather Forecasting. Guest post by Dr. Norman Page Introduction. Over the last 10 years or so as new data have accumulated the general trend and likely future course of  climate…

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The 11-Year Solar Cycle Continued During Maunder Minimum

Russ Steele The Space Daily has the details in a story titled: The 11-Year Solar Cycle Continues During Prolonged Sunspot Minimum Streaming into the solar system at nearly the speed of light, galactic cosmic rays (GCRs) are a high-energy mix … Continue reading

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