Don't get ready for winter! Temperatures will remain high

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Don't get ready for winter! Temperatures will remain high

Postby Squire » 27 Apr 2018, 21:29

Don't turn your fan off. The feces is still airborne.

Global warming pummels Australia again with hottest April day on record. More will come. Bobbi and his dad The Mechanic will be sweating defending their inane iceberg theories.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5659203/May-weather-Australia-expected-remain-hot-record-April.html#ixzz5Drwd3UpB

Don't get ready for winter just yet! Temperatures expected to soar in May following record heat in April

Meteorologists are forecasting another month of above average temperatures
There is more than a 70 per cent chance of unseasonably warm weather in May
Hot weather forecast comes after Australians endured scorching April days
April 9 was the hottest April day in Australia since weather records began

By Jacob Polychronis For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 10:30 BST, 26 April 2018 | Updated: 10:31 BST, 26 April 2018

Warm weather is set to continue throughout May after temperature records tumbled in a sweltering April.

Meteorologists are forecasting another month of above average temperatures for the majority of Australia, despite edging closer to winter.

There is more than a 70 per cent chance of unseasonably warm weather across southern parts of the nation, while the likelihood is greater across the east coast and Australia's north.

The hot weather forecast comes after Australians endured scorching April days, including the hottest on record.

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Re: Don't get ready for winter! Temperatures will remain hig

Postby HBS Guy » 27 Apr 2018, 22:59

Ice age fraudsters are making great play with the freeze in the northern US—I checked some weather records, would say the freeze is pretty much over. Some places will have 80°F weather in a day or two!

Temporary cold weather, doesn’t carry over to next year. Arctic is probably warm.

Hmmm:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2018/04/04/unusual-record-breaking-april-cold-to-crash-into-eastern-u-s-friday-through-the-weekend/?utm_term=.9c248a619e94

On Thursday, the polar vortex will unleash a winterlike blast of cold into Montana and the Northern Plains. By Saturday, abnormally cold weather will extend from Bismarck to Baltimore.

This “ridiculous late season arctic outbreak” is likely to threaten many cold records, tweeted Michael Palmer, a meteorologist for the Weather Company.


Polar Vortex, that split earlier this year, things are changing!

As cold as it is expected to be over the eastern United States over the next five days, temperatures across the remainder of the northern hemisphere are forecast to be generally warmer than normal. Temperatures in the Arctic are forecast to be about 30 degrees above normal, offsetting the cold in eastern North America.

In other words, this pocket of cold in no way refutes or invalidates the planet’s long-term warming trend.


We are seeing the severe consequences of AGW starting to happen. The Gulf Stream is slowing down which means the whole overturning circulation is slowing down. The Atlantic where the Gulf Stream flows was 9°C hotter than normal earlier this year, feeding those three north easters with moisture and energy. Extreme weather indeed!
Abbott & Co are going to cause the mother and father of all recessions—be prepared!
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