Record for the entire month of September.
21 Sep 2015 – Specialists portal recalled that last week, that is, in mid-September in Krasnoyarsk observed “it is winter landscapes.”
Snow fell in almost all regions of Siberia, and in some places even formed a temporary snow. In Evenkia its height in some places has already reached 6 – 10 cm.
“We’re told that the ice in Greenland will disappear,” says Nobel Laureate Ivar Giaever. But there’s no warming there.
“There’s information on the internet, which is wonderful, says Giaever. “And I looked it up.”
There are four harbors in Greenland, says Giaever. They are Upernavik, Iluissat/Jakobshavn, Nuuk/Godthab and Tasiilaq/Ammassalik.
Look at Giaever’s chart. On the left you see the five coldest years. On the right, the five warmest years.
Now look at the dates. “The warmest years are basically in the 1930s,” says Giaever. “Those are the facts. Those are the temperatures the people in the harbors in Greenland has measured over the years. And it doesn’t look like it’s getting any warmer.”
– Uh huh – New studies say global warming could trigger an ice age (Ice Age Now Sep 11, 2015)
– God Sent Snow to Obama’s Global Warming Fieldtrip (The Christian Post, Sep 9, 2015):
“Study the past if you would divine the future.” – Confucius
President Obama told some whoppers the size of Mt. McKinley, I mean Denali, about global warming while he was here in Alaska.
At a climate change conference in Anchorage Obama attempted to scare the long-johns off Alaskans he obviously thinks are stupid when he predicted “submerged countries, abandoned cities … entire industries of people who can’t practice their livelihoods, desperate refugees seeking the sanctuary of nations not their own, and political disruptions that could trigger multiple conflicts around the globe.”
– UK braces for snow this weekend (Ice Age Now, Sep 4, 2015):
Plunging thermometers will push the mercury close to -5C (23F) overnight on Saturday with the risk of frosts on Sunday morning.
Bookies are hedging their bets on the first flakes of the year, with Ladbrokes offering 5/1 from 20/1 on a flurry anywhere in the UK before midnight on Sunday.
– Britain – Coldest summer in years, Met Office admits (Ice Age Now, Sep 3, 2015):
The UK’s average temperature this summer was among the lowest in 20 years, the Met Office has revealed. It also admitted it failed to predict the wash-out over the last few months.
Cornwall and the south coast coped with up to three times the average rainfall for August, while Dorset, Hampshire and Guernsey endured the wettest end to the summer in 50 years, the Met Office said.
It is hoped the use of a new £97 million supercomputer, the first phase of which went live this week, will allow more accurate weather forecasts in future, said Chief scientist Prof Dame Julia Slingo.