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Friday, 30 November 2012

Cold Heat!


Headline:

Heatwave strikes eastern Australia

Parts of eastern Australia are sweltering as heatwave conditions take hold today.
Temperatures have passed 40 degrees across regional areas today, with the latest weather observations from the Bureau of Meteorology showing tops in excess of 44 degrees in some places.

Watch the alarmist doomsayer come running with cries of
  • the end of the world is nigh
  • prepare ye for the end;
  • We'll all be doomed.

Before the doomsayers start their screaming tirades, a quick reminder from NOAA. (Link) Until these records get corrupted, massaged, manipulated, Australia's record high temperature (probably caused by Jumbo Jets and rampaging SUVs) was 53.3ºC on 16 January, 1889. (link)  

Continent by Continent, the record highs were all recorded before pre 1945, ie pre the major industrialisation push, with the exception of the coldest continent on Earth, Antarctica. When, in the mid seventies, the alarmists were saying we were heading for the next ice age, Vanda Station, Scott Coast Antarctica recorded 15ºC.

Meanwhile, up in the Northern Hemisphere, as previously pointed out in these pages (here)

Britain faces coldest winter for 100 years

  • Temperatures to plummet to minus 3°C this week and could fall as low as 20°C in December
  • Fears that snow blizzards could close roads and shut down rail networks as winter takes hold

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Britain will shiver tonight as temperatures plummet in the first taste of what promises to be one of our coldest winters for a century.
The cold snap is expected to last until the end of the week, creating dangerous conditions on the roads and adding to the misery of those already battling floods.
Temperatures could fall to as low as minus 3°c (27°f) in some places, with snow already falling in the Pennines. In Saltburn, North Yorkshire, northerly winds have become so strong that they are pushing water back up a cliff.
Britain will shiver tonight as temperatures plummet in the first taste of what promises to be one of our coldest winters for a century.

The cold snap is expected to last until the end of the week, creating dangerous conditions on the roads and adding to the misery of those already battling floods.

Temperatures could fall to as low as minus 3°c (27°f) in some places, with snow already falling in the Pennines. In Saltburn, North Yorkshire, northerly winds have become so strong that they are pushing water back up a cliff.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2239556/UK-weather-forecast-Britain-faces-coldest-winter-100-years-Big-Freeze-follows-flood.html#ixzz2DemzJuwL
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  Global warming? or Global Cooling?  Or, perhaps just Earth's natural cycles....
  • Temperatures to plummet to minus 3°C this week and could fall as low as 20°C in December
  • Fears that snow blizzards could close roads and shut down rail networks as winter takes hold


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2239556/UK-weather-forecast-Britain-faces-coldest-winter-100-years-Big-Freeze-follows-flood.html#ixzz2DemYlHtC
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6 comments:

  1. "Australia's record high temperature was 53.3ºC on 16 January, 1889"

    where did you get this nonsense?

    No where in Australia has ever been that high, could not read your link,it is dead

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    1. Nonsense, John?

      Are you doubting NCDC and NOAA from the link given. (Which works!)

      Take your nonsensical remarks elsewhere....

      (Incidently, English lesson, John. Nowhere is one word, not two)

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  2. AS I said , your link does not work re
    was 53.3ºC on 16 January, 1889. (link)

    No where in Australia has ever recorded a temperature of 53.3DegC, that is a pretty clear statement, would you take a bet?

    $10
    and it is Nonsense John, no comma or question mark required

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    1. Link IS active, John.

      Is your ability to click on a link as good as your ability to take in correction of your faulty English?

      "it is Nonsense John"

      Sorry, I didn't realise that you wanted to be called "Nonsense John." Is that because you are a denizen of that low dive "IcePickNonsense?"

      Delete
  3. Now , first thing is that you did not read the fine print at the bottom on the world records (note)
    ABC 2003
    IAN TOWNSEND: The western Queensland town of Cloncurry has long claimed the title of having recorded Australia's hottest day – 53 degrees in the shade in 1889. Or was it?

    Blair Trewin, from the National Climate Centre, spotted a glitch when he was studying the archives. The temperature was recorded in a beer crate.

    BLAIR TREWIN: The beer crate actually worked quite well as a screen through most of the year, but there's just during the window of six or seven weeks each year when the thermometers were getting overexposed to direct sunshine, and as a result of that the instruments were generally overheating by about four or five degrees.

    IAN TOWNSEND: Which place in Australia then does hold the record, officially?

    BLAIR TREWIN: The highest measured in a standard screen was 50.7, that was at Oodnadatta in 1960.

    IAN TOWNSEND: Cloncurry's refused to accept the decision. Mayor Keith Douglas.

    KEITH DOUGLAS: Out here in the hot weather and, you know, it's, everybody said it's hot today isn't it (laughs). That's the usual remark, you know.

    IAN TOWNSEND: They'll be saying that a lot.

    KEITH DOUGLAS: Oh yeah.

    IAN TOWNSEND: The temperatures at Cloncurry are expected to soar above 40 degrees today and tomorrow. Can they nudge the record for Australia's hottest Christmas Day – 48.3 degrees at Gascoyne Junction in Western Australia?

    you know my address, send the $10 in plain unmarked notes

    rgds
    JB

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  4. Less the $50 for the English lesson - even if you were a bad, inattentive student -


    I'll await your payment.

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