with Peter Sinclair
I was expecting this http://www.nycgovparks.org/about/history/geology 😉
April 22, 2013: Record lows for some larger cities in the Upper Midwest. Courtesy of the winter that won’t end
International Falls 4 degrees previous record was 18 degrees set in 1966
Duluth 11 degrees previous record was 14 degrees set in 1928
St. Cloud 16 degrees previous record was 20 degrees set in 1897
Sioux Falls 16 degrees previous record was 18 degrees set in 1907
Grand Forks 18 degrees ties previous record was 18 degrees set in 1930
Twin Cities 21 degrees previous record was 26 degrees set in 1888
La Crosse 22 degrees previous record was 23 degrees set in 1897
[I found this comment at Jeff Master’s blog and thought it would interest y’all. http://tinyurl.com/d2gcfsp ]
The winter will end alright, rayduray.
Global Overheating is global and regional effects – such as a shifted slower jetstream mean that different places will warm at different rates and some places may even temporarily get cooler too. For a while.
In contrast to those low temperature records look at the records for heat being broken in Australia last summer (2012-2013) and look especially at what’s happening to the North polar sea ice and how the glaciers are retreating all around the globe
But then you know that already really don’t you?
for Arctic sea ice plus
For the stats on Australia’s record breaking “angry summer” this year.
See also :
For, well, just what the name suggests.
I hope we get to see video of this on your youtube too Greenman3610 – please! Time lapse taken?
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