Monday, December 02, 2013


Record Finland Snowfall
On Tuesday, the village of Kilpisjärvi had in excess of 80 cm (31½ inches) of snow cover.

The Finnish Meteorological Institute says this breaks the previous record for November set at Sodankylä more than 50 years ago. Statistical records show that Sodankyla was covered by a relatively shallow 72 cm of snow in November 1961.
THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: New paper predicts Dalton-like minimum in solar activity around 2050
A paper published today in Advances in Space Research predicts that if the current lull in solar activity "endures in the 21st century the Sun shall enter a Dalton-like grand minimum. It was a period of global cooling."
Arctic Ice Returns To 2003 Levels | NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
extent is 11,000 sq km higher than the average in the last decade.

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