Like a looming train wreck, the Paris alarmists (Paris-ites) tamper with the data, updating their fixes every few days. Funnily enough, the past continues to cool, while the present gets hotter. Except it’s snowing in Hobart, freezing in Melbourne: The Gore effect continues…down under.
Almost 30 years since snow was seen here on a Tasmanian Beach.
A website called NoTricksZone has a good roundup today comparing the latest NOAA data showing supposed “records” with data from the other independent (and also more accurate) satellite data sets. It’s just as you’d expect:
NOAA claims that the global surface temperature reached a new all-time record high with an anomaly +0.88°C – the warmest since recordkeeping began in 1880! However measurements taken by satellite Remote Sensing Systems (RSS) show that although June 2015 indeed was a warm month at +0.39°C, it was only the 4th warmest June ever, and more than 30 other earlier months have seen greater positive anomalies [in records going back to 1979] Satellite data (revised) [also data going back to 1979] taken by the University of Alabama in Huntsville UAH show that the June 2015 temperature anomaly was +0.31°C, a warm month but not the hottest June ever as three other June months were as warm or warmer. Moreover plots of the RSS and UAH data continue to show that global temperatures have been flat for now close to 20 years.
Even the belugas are moving closer to the equator: SPOTTED: Incredible rare sighting of white beluga whale in British waters | Nature | News | Daily Express as Greenland has gained 250 million tonnes of ice: Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI
Maine is having their coldest year on record.
Ice Age Now
Antarctic ice is almost at a record:
The Ice Age Now website lives up to it’s name. Go there and check these out:
The past weekend was exceptionally cold throughout all of Iceland, with snowfall and hail hitting the East and South. Continue reading Abnormal summer snow in Iceland
Torrential rain throughout July has left farmers in northern Scotland and the islands weeks behind schedule and concerned for the months ahead. Continue reading Scottish farmers suffering worst summer in four decades
29 July 2015 – “One of the most dismal summers in living memory,” says the Scotsman newspaper. Continue reading Scotland – “Hats, scarves and gloves – in July?”
29 July 2015 – “In recent weeks, thousands of people in the Indonesian Province of Papua have been suffering the effects of a severe cold wave that has left remote communities in need of food and clean water,” says this article from the Red Cross. Continue reading Freak cold wave hits Papua – Thousands go hungry
‘Exceptional’ cold front blankets Montana, Wyoming peaks with rare July snow, reads the headline in the Washington Post. Continue reading “Anomalous” July snowfall in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho “Yes, it may be summer… But brace yourselves for an icy blast coming Scotland’s way,” reads the headline. Continue reading As the “hottest year ever” rolls on, Scotland braces for icy weather – in July
“The mercury has exceeded 20 degrees C so rarely this year that the summer of 2015 is shaping up as the chilliest in more than half a century of statistics tracked by the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI). Continue reading Finland – Summer 2015 poised to be coldest on record