Tuesday, July 02, 2013


Borenstein Making Stuff Up Again | Real Science
New Mexico is hot? The Santa Fe Opera opening night almost got washed out by heavy rain on Friday. 63F there right now.
NOAA is sponsoring a heated celebration of 134°F at Death Valley | Watts Up With That?
From NOAA/NWS Western Regional Headquarters, something that makes me wonder if they’ll have a similar celebration of the coldest temperature in the USA of −79.8 °F (−62.1 °C) recorded in Prospect Creek, Alaska on January 23rd, 1975, or the coldest temperature on Earth of −128.6 °F ( −89.2 °C ) at the Soviet Vostok Station in Antarctica, on July 21st, 1983. Somehow, I doubt it.
The Reference Frame: Death Valley: highest temperature on Earth will survive 100th anniversary
But the real story which is almost totally overlooked is the comparison of the absolute temperature record on Earth and the modest temperatures in recent years that had no chance to match it. This real story is clearly inconvenient to the climate alarmists, one of the most unhinged and dishonest cliques of demagogues who have ever walked on the face of Earth, and journalists many of whom have always been trying to claim that what is happening right now is amazing even if it is not.
The New Nostradamus of the North: Variations on a theme: A heat wave there and a cold wave here
A Duluth News Tribune report says the mercury dipped below 30 degrees in some areas Sunday morning.
The National Weather Service says International Falls reported a low of 30 degrees, a record low for the date. The previous record of 32 degrees was reached three times, most recently in 2009.

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