Swiss Meteorologist Calls Media Claims Of Germany Extreme Heat “Complete Nonsense”

The warm summer Europe is seeing is causing the desperate climate ambulance chasers to overheat and scream about how it’s all so unusual and that more human climate misery lurks just around the next corner.

Swiss meteorologist Jörg Kachelmann says media claims of extreme heat in Germany are “nonsense”. Photo: weather.us.

lately parts of northern Europe have even seen an acute shortage of precipitation and very warm temperatures, since April, and there is little relief in sight. The drought will intensify as the current week progresses

Already large media outlets are warning of crop failures and surging food prices.

Germany: “center of superstition”

But the current hot and dry weather is in fact more hype than reality writes Swiss meteorologist Jörg Kachelmann at t-online.de here. According to the high-profile, veteran meteorologist: “I once wrote here that Germany – and I don’t quite know why – is the center of superstition worldwide, at least for matters concerning the weather.”

Fake weather news

As the media fall over each other to produce blaring, sensational heatwave headlines any way they can – Kachelmann adds: “2018 will be the year the felt-temperature became fake news.”

Huge heat “complete nonsense”

In Germany, “extreme heat” is defined as temperatures of 35°C and higher, and so the recent media claims of “extreme heat” are false Kachelmann reports. The high profile meteorologist tweeted here: “This year there still has not been any extreme heat, not even 35°C. It is only the drought.”

He adds in his t-online.de article: “The claim that there’s been huge heat so far have turned out to be complete nonsense.”

The Swiss meteorologist presents a chart showing the temperature deviation for Germany so far this July, which so far has been around 2°C above the mean, i.e. much cooler than 2006, for example.

This week real hot weather will be taking hold in Germany, and so the July 2018 mean temperatures will go up some, but not enough to even come close to the temperatures seen in 2006, Kachelmann notes.

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65 responses to “Swiss Meteorologist Calls Media Claims Of Germany Extreme Heat “Complete Nonsense””

  1. tom0mason

    It’s nice weather currently so enjoy it while it’s there (and in the UK).

  2. SebastianH

    In Germany, “extreme heat” is defined as temperatures of 35°C and higher, and so the recent media claims of “extreme heat” are false Kachelmann reports. The high profile meteorologist tweeted here: “This year there still has not been any extreme heat, not even 35°C. It is only the drought.”

    It’s funny how that works. In this case it is all about the definition of the term “extreme heat” and in other posts you do not accept the definition of the term “ice free Arctic”.

    He adds in his t-online.de article: “The claim that there’s been huge heat so far have turned out to be complete nonsense.”

    We basically had summer since April!!! This year seems to be a pretty warm one for Europe. And that despite all the “it’s getting cooler” wishfull thinking of the skeptic’s community.

    1. spike55

      A meteorologist would know about 1000 time more than you about weather, seb

      You have YET AGAIN, produced ZERO EVIDENCE..

      .. just your normal MINDLESS EMPTY YAPPING

      1. SebastianH

        Is it possible that you don’t even understand the simplest of comments? Did i write anything about the meteorologist not knowing his stuff? Did anything I wrote require evidence? Should I have linked to the recent articles where Pierre ignored the definition of an “ice free Arctic”? Should I have linked to the DWD (German weather service) graphs showing that we have been in summer mode since April?

        To me it looks like you aren’t even trying anymore. Just the basic reflex comment when you see my username …

        1. spike55

          Your comments are always “simply” attention seeking whines.

          Why do you keep bothering with the EMPTY posts that say NOTHING.!

          It looks like you have given up on the CO2 warming evidence.

          1. SebastianH

            Your comments are always “simply” attention seeking whines.

            Why do you keep bothering with the EMPTY posts that say NOTHING.!

            #facepalm

            The level of self-awareness you display is really frightening. If you are not playing a troll part and this is your real self, you should really get some help.

          2. spike55

            “#facepalm”

            You meant “#faceplant” in your case.

            You respond with YET ANOTHER empty post, as everyone expected.

            But not quite as EMPTY as your answers to those two simple questions.

            NOTHING could be that EMPTY

            You really need some help, but a psychiatrist would be laughing too much, then too busy writing a book on your mental malfunctionality.

            Maybe you could “call a friend” to help you with those answers?

            But we are you only friends, aren’t we seb.

            Q1. In what way has the climate changed in the last 40 years, that can be scientifically attributable to human CO2 ?

            Q2. Do you have ANY EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE at all that humans have changed the global climate in ANYWAY WHATSOEVER?

        2. spike55

          “Did anything I wrote require evidence? “

          You’re only ranting, seb

          Always AVOIDING providing any evidence.

          1. Yonason

            Empirical Evidence…

            A…of humans changing the temperature (illustrated).

            Of course, if you want some actual real evidence, here’s some.
            http://www.c3headlines.com/fabricating-fake-temperatures.html

            B…passive tampering discussed here.
            https://youtu.be/vc6CHHrCV7g?t=1257

      2. tom0mason

        “A meteorologist would know about 1000 time more than you about weather, seb”

        I believe you may be grossly underestimating your figures, perhaps they were adjusted by some outside agency? 😉

    2. spike55

      “We basically had summer since April!!!”

      Then why the **** are you complaining?

      Gees, what a sad little petal you are , seb.

      Go and live in Siberia.

      1. SebastianH

        To me it looks like you are having the anger issue here …

        Where am I complaining? Why are you constantly reading stuff into what people write that is not there?

        1. spike55

          YAWN !

          You are always complaining.

          Seems you have a attention-seeking problem

          1. SebastianH

            To me your reply looks like a desperate attempt at attention-seeking. Why do you project your own situation onto others like this? You are also no stranger to complaining either … so what’s up with these strange comments?

          2. spike55

            YAWN

            Poor lonely, evidence-free seb.

            What a petty little child you are.

            ALWAYS the desperate PLEA for attention..

            .. and then when you get some attention, you get all sulky and petulant.

            So funny.

            I bet you can’t stop yourself from replying.

            You know.. like you stop yourself from answering those 2 simple questions. 😉

          3. spike55

            ” your reply looks like a desperate attempt at attention-seeking”

            ROFLMAO..

            So funny watching your juvenile antics.

            CONstantly attempting to mirror someone else’s comments, because you are INCAPABLE of any self-thought.

            PATHETIC, is the gentlest term that could be used.

    3. tom0mason

      SebastianH,
      “We basically had summer since April!!! “

      That almost sounds alarming — yawn!

      You seem to be hyperventilating about a little nice weather, just like many other cAGW propagandists. 🙂
      In Britain the BIG news is that they have a drought (or should I too add ‘!!!’ 🙂 )

      Is anything that is currently happening around the globe outside the normal bounds of natural variation (apart from all the unnatural screeching from the cAGW advocates)? I don’t think so, unless you have some evidence to the contrary SebastianH.

      1. SebastianH

        That almost sounds alarming — yawn!

        You seem to be hyperventilating about a little nice weather, just like many other cAGW propagandists. 🙂

        The infamous skeptic imagination at work … bravo.

        Is anything that is currently happening around the globe outside the normal bounds of natural variation (apart from all the unnatural screeching from the cAGW advocates)? I don’t think so, unless you have some evidence to the contrary SebastianH.

        I don’t need to have evidence, the evidence is readily available and I am not going to be the person who tries to explain stuff to you that you’ll completely ignore anyway, circular-second-definition-guy …

        1. spike55

          “I don’t need to have evidence”

          ROFLMAO…

          Yes, you have made that patently clear that EVIDENCE is irrelevant to you.

          Still those two questions you run away from in abject headless chook PANIC…

          Q1. In what way has the climate changed in the last 40 years, that can be scientifically attributable to human CO2 ?

          Q2. Do you have ANY EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE at all that humans have changed the global climate in ANYWAY WHATSOEVER?

          YOU DON’T HAVE ANY EVIDENCE

          And you KNOW it.

        2. spike55

          So hilariously funny to watch seb yet again adopting the headless chook routine whenever he’s asked to produce evidence 🙂

          https://s19.postimg.cc/3wdirojxv/image.jpg

        3. Kenneth Richard

          tomOmason: “Is anything that is currently happening around the globe outside the normal bounds of natural variation…?”

          SebastianH: “I don’t need to have evidence…”

          I’m curious. Why do we need to have evidence to support our position that there is nothing unusual occurring climatically around the globe that falls outside the range of natural variability (and we provide this evidence regularly on this website), but you and your side do not need to present evidence to support your beliefs that CO2 controls temperature, glacier melt, sea level rise, hurricane intensity, pH in oceans, species extinctions… Why the double standard?

          1. tom0mason

            “You guys have been pointed to the evidence plenty of times and ignore it wholeheartedly. Yet you demand from your opponents that they need to point you to the data/evidence or else their criticism isn’t worth anything.”

            I deny that you have shown one iota of evidence, ever.
            ALL of your posts to date are evidence free of man’s ability to significantly change the climate because of our mediocre exhaust of CO2 to the atmosphere.

            And yes, YOU as an advocate of the UN-IPCC’s nonsense, should provide that evidence because according to you, and people like you, believe that the running of Western industrialized society needs to change significantly because of this IPCC promulgated scientific supposition. This UN unscience.

            You should at every turn explain in detail why the western world should bow to the UN-IPCC’s and your reading of those deranged ideas.
            But you wont — because you can’t.
            You can’t because you have NO evidence.
            You have supplied nothing.
            Yet you and all the other believers like you, think we all should kowtow to UN-IPCC and their wishes —
            NO, NO, NO!
            Not without indisputable evidence you don’t!
            And not without a political fight!

        4. tom0mason

          Yes SebastianH,

          “I don’t need to have evidence…”
          and you don’t need to explain because…, er, just because you’re SebastianH, eh?

          No SebastianH, I and many others here understand that cAGW advocates such as you, do not require evidence, no explanation, just a good line in propaganda, just pseudo-scientific flim-flam, and mumbojumbo.

          So there you go again lost in your own smoke and mirrors, and now lost the argument.

          Some days I almost feel sorry for you. Well maybe not that much. 😉

          1. SebastianH

            No SebastianH, I and many others here understand that cAGW advocates such as you, do not require evidence, no explanation, just a good line in propaganda, just pseudo-scientific flim-flam, and mumbojumbo.

            You guys have been pointed to the evidence plenty of times and ignore it wholeheartedly. Yet you demand from your opponents that they need to point you to the data/evidence or else their criticism isn’t worth anything. The evidence is readily available … why do you need a push to read into it?

            I am not your science nanny, tomOmason.

            Some days I almost feel sorry for you. Well maybe not that much. 😉

            And he turns it around again…

          2. Kenneth Richard

            You guys have been pointed to the evidence plenty of times and ignore it wholeheartedly.

            What if we’re not ignoring the evidence that says humans control the size of glaciers in Antarctica by burning more or less fossil fuels, but we find it utterly non-convincing? Why do you think we should be convinced by the “evidence” that humans exert dominant control over the size of the polar ice sheets or the pH in oceans or the temperature of the deep ocean? Have natural factors been ruled out as causal mechanisms for these changes? If so, when did this “ruling out” occur?

          3. spike55

            Poor EVIDENCE-FREE seb

            Your DESPERATION is showing

            and its really quite HILARIOUS.

            Have you found the answers to those two simple questions yet seb?

            Do you need “refreshing” ??

            Q1. In what way has the climate changed in the last 40 years, that can be scientifically attributable to human CO2 ?

            Q2. Do you have ANY EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE at all that humans have changed the global climate in ANYWAY WHATSOEVER?

            Let the headless chook evasion continue apace. !!

      2. spike55

        “In Britain the BIG news is that they have a drought’

        Which, for them, is a week or two without rain. YAWN !!

        And they complain.

        They should get out and enjoy it for the short period it will last.

        Then back to “normal” .

        1. tom0mason

          Don’t forget that at the start of the LIA Europe along with the extreme cold periods they suffered droughts, some lasting a year, some a couple of years. And there was some very unusually warm periods in there, and some pretty violent hail storms — events that were unjustly blamed on people accused of being witches. Many thousands of innocent people where prosecuted and killed in Europe for causing the bad weather using witchcraft. (Have people really learned better now?)

          Also of note is that the Fire of London in 1666, happened during a long hot dry spell during the LIA.

  3. Natalie

    In my part of the world, northern Canada, our winter was much longer and colder than normal. -20 to -30 right through the middle of April! That’s approximately 30 degrees colder than normal! Still colder than normal even now. We haven’t seen any normal summer weather. Still around 10 degrees cooler than normal.

    1. Kurt in Switzerland

      What part of Northern Canada?

      1. SebastianH

        Probably the part that is blue in the right picture in this tweet:
        https://twitter.com/hausfath/status/1021852774273708033

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  5. John F. Hultquist

    We hit 39.4° (103°F) last week.

    Via Randy Travis’ “Forever and Ever, Amen”
    I’m gonna love you forever, forever and ever, amen
    As long as old men sit and talk about the weather
    As long as old women sit and talk about old men

    1. Yonason

      According to Joe Bastardi’s “Daily Update” the West Coast has most of the nation’s heat. In the longer video (his “Saturday Summary”) he says that will last for about another 3 weeks.
      https://www.weatherbell.com/

      1. John F. Hultquist

        3 weeks gets us to mid-August.
        After Aug. 10th, the subsolar point is heading south at a good clip.
        Charts will show it is about then that “very hot” becomes less of a probability.
        Joe is usually right about these things, so I’m looking forward to it.

  6. Pietje Mol

    Spain is much cooler this year. Winter, spring and summer.

    They try to explain that here:
    https://noticias.eltiempo.es/por-que-no-llega-el-verano-al-norte-de-espana/

  7. SebastianH

    Cookie Test

    1. John F. Hultquist

      Is the answer Chocolate Chip & Walnuts?

  8. Alan Tomalty

    Seb I have been looking for global warming for longer than you have been alive. More than 30 years. I havent seen it yet and no one that I meet has seen it yet either. Greenland is losing ice 1/1000 per year and back in the 1930s had less ice than it does now. So climate is just a big cycle. Even if the whole Arctic melted it would only raise the seas 20mm ( less than 1 inch). That is because the ice which is partly salty is already floating on the water. 95% of Antarctica ice land mass has average temperatures -20C(minus 20) How in the hell is that ever gonna melt if the temperatures in the air above the 95% of Antarctica ice mass never goes above ZERO? Seb, an engineer figured out that it would take 24000 years to melt all of the world’s ice even if you had 1000’s of giant blowtorches melting the ice. There is that much ice in Greenland and Antarctica. Even if all 200000 glaciers in the world melted the sea level would only go up 400mm. About a 1/3 of the glaciers are receeding a 1/3 are declining and a 1/3 not doing much. Even if the world temperature went up on average 3 degrees what bad things would happen? NOTHING. In Canada we often get temperature changes of 20 to 25 degrees in the same day. Even the IPCC has admitted that the temp increase so far is less than 1 degree per century. So what in the hell are you worried about? Your own shadow?

    1. SebastianH

      Greenland is losing ice 1/1000 per year and back in the 1930s had less ice than it does now. So climate is just a big cycle.

      Yeah sure …

      How in the hell is that ever gonna melt

      Why should it all melt?

      Even if the world temperature went up on average 3 degrees what bad things would happen? NOTHING.

      That would mean a rather large increase in sea levels and regions would have to change how they do argiculture. There are enough studies of what the economic consequences would be readily available.

      In Canada we often get temperature changes of 20 to 25 degrees in the same day

      Uh great, and it’s cool at night and hot during the day, right? #facepalm

      So what in the hell are you worried about? Your own shadow?

      I am worried about people like you. Ignoring reality and trying to convince others with their “experience” that there is no global warming. If you had mentioned that it’s all a hoax made up by China to criple western nations, the picture would be complete …

      1. Kenneth Richard

        I am worried about people like you. Ignoring reality and trying to convince others with their “experience” that there is no global warming.

        Is there any point in which you find warmth relative to cold beneficial, or non-worrying? We’ve warmed up by about 1.0 to 1.5 C since the Little Ice Age. Why is this a bad thing?

        1. SebastianH

          Kenneth, do you think the current global temperature is too cold and that it should be warmer? Is that because whereever you live it’s generally too cold and you wish for more vineyards in your region? Isn’t that worldview a littlebit self centered?

          1. Kenneth Richard

            Kenneth, do you think the current global temperature is too cold and that it should be warmer?

            Considering people are 20 times more likely to die from cold temperatures than warm temperatures – and I prefer to have people die less than die more – warmer temperatures would be beneficial to humanity…as well as the animal kingdom and plant species. With the advent of air conditioning, people are flocking to the warm-weather regions, and moving out of the cold-weather regions. Why do you think they do that?

            https://www.usatoday.com/story/weather/2015/05/20/cold-weather-deaths/27657269/
            Cold weather is 20 times as deadly as hot weather, and it’s not the extreme low or high temperatures that cause the most deaths, according to a study published Wednesday.”

            Steinbauer et al., 2018
            https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-018-0005-6
            We find a continent-wide acceleration in the rate of increase in plant species richness, with five times as much species enrichment between 2007 and 2016 as fifty years ago, between 1957 and 1966. This acceleration is strikingly synchronized with accelerated global warming and is not linked to alternative global change drivers. The accelerating increases in species richness on mountain summits across this broad spatial extent demonstrate that acceleration in climate-induced biotic change is occurring even in remote places on Earth, with potentially far-ranging consequences not only for biodiversity, but also for ecosystem functioning and services.”

            Is that because whereever you live it’s generally too cold and you wish for more vineyards in your region?

            No. I live in a four-season area where crops are grown to feed the world and to produce biofuels like ethanol. I’m grateful for the temperatures we have here. I’d move south if I wanted it to be warmer, but it’s good enough as it is. By the way, I live in the Midwestern U.S., where it’s been cooling for decades.

            Isn’t that worldview a littlebit self centered?

            I don’t have the worldview you’ve made up. Do you have the worldview that killing more people with colder weather would be a good thing since cold kills 20 times more people than warmth? Please identify the negative consequences of warmth relative to cooling.

          2. spike55

            “do you think the current global temperature is too cold and that it should be warmer”

            We are very much art the COOLD end of the current interglacial.

            If you want it COLDER, then move to Siberia.

            But you won’t will you seb.

            Fossil fuel heating in winter, etc.. 😉

            Talk about “self-centred” its all you have.

            But it matters not what we want, MN will continue on her merry way, NATURALLY.

            NO EVIDENCE of any human effect on real temperatures except UHI, airports, tarmac etc.. CERTAINLY no evidence of any warming from human atmospheric CO2.

          3. spike55

            Seb seems to be IGNORANT of the AGW meme that cold areas will warm more than nice pleasant warm areas.

            Nothing unusual about seb being IGNORANT, even about the AGW meme.

            I never could understand why say, Canadians, or Siberians etc would be worried by a little bit of NATURAL warming.

            A couple of degrees of warming in colder climates would open up VAST swathes of land for farming..

            A slightly more open Arctic would open up vast possibilities for transport, fishing, commerce, recreations etc etc…

            what could be wrong with that,

            .. especially if it was accompanied by a natural rise in atmospheric CO2 for plant growth.

          4. SebastianH

            Considering people are 20 times more likely to die from cold temperatures than warm temperatures – and I prefer to have people die less than die more – warmer temperatures would be beneficial to humanity…as well as the animal kingdom and plant species.

            Move to a place without seasons and generally warm weather and see how those places do.

            With the advent of air conditioning, people are flocking to the warm-weather regions, and moving out of the cold-weather regions. Why do you think they do that?

            What do you mean? Retirees moving to Florida?

            I’d move south if I wanted it to be warmer, but it’s good enough as it is. By the way, I live in the Midwestern U.S., where it’s been cooling for decades.

            If you say so …
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWPzGo_C010

            I don’t have the worldview you’ve made up.

            Of course you do if you wish for it to be warmer at your place because warm is better than cold.

            Do you have the worldview that killing more people with colder weather would be a good thing since cold kills 20 times more people than warmth?

            You still don’t seem to understand what is going on. Do you think trying to limit the temperature increase to 2 degrees by transitioning to a more sustainable economy is “killing people with colder weather”? Why? How?

            Please identify the negative consequences of warmth relative to cooling.

            Please identify why trying to limit the warming is suddenly cooling?

            As to negative consequences to warming, feel free to read any one of those studies about the consequences of a warming climate. There are plenty available and in this case (as in so many) Wikipedia might be a good start:
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effects_of_global_warming

          5. Kenneth Richard

            Move to a place without seasons and generally warm weather and see how those places do.

            Those “places” seem to be doing well.

            Retirees moving to Florida?

            And Canadians and Swedes and Norwegians live in the southernmost parts of their national boundaries. They move to the warmer weather rather than the colder weather.

            KR: I live in the Midwestern U.S., where it’s been cooling for decades (links to a peer-reviewed scientific paper).

            SebastianH: If you say so … (links to a youtube video)

            I don’t have the worldview you’ve made up.

            Of course you do if you wish for it to be warmer at your place because warm is better than cold.

            Um, I just wrote that I don’t wish for it to be warmer at my place. Did you miss that?

            Do you think trying to limit the temperature increase to 2 degrees by transitioning to a more sustainable economy is “killing people with colder weather”?

            I never mentioned anything about limiting the temperature to 2 degrees by using more wind and solar and transitioning away from fossil fuels (which is what I presume you think “transitioning to a more sustainable economy” means). Instead I mentioned that cold weather is 20 times more likely to kill people than warm weather and that people and animals and plants prefer warmer weather in response to your question “Do you think the current global temperature is too cold and that it should be warmer?” Again, I disagreed that it is too cold or warm where I live. I like where I’m at.

            Please identify why trying to limit the warming is suddenly cooling?

            Huh? I didn’t write anything about “trying to limit the warming” (with renewables expansion). Nor did I write that attempting to mitigate CO2 emissions is “suddenly cooling”. How did you even get that from what I wrote?

            As to negative consequences to warming, feel free to read any one of those studies about the consequences of a warming climate.

            Back in the 1970s, there was widespread concern about the effects of global cooling leading to droughts, food shortages, crop failures, extreme weather… Wikipedia?

          6. spike55

            “You still don’t seem to understand what is going on.”

            ROFLMAO

            coming from you that is hilarious, to say the least

            You live in a mindless fantasy land with zero understanding of what is “going on”

            Your grasp of reality is highly tenuous to say the least. !!

            You have these manic ideas about CO2 warming, for which you are totally incapable of producing one iota of evidence, and you accuse us of “not understanding”

            Why should anyone try to understand your make-believe fantasies and fairy tales.

            Or perhaps you could invent another irrelevant analogy to help us all understand.

            Or maybe just PRODUCE SOME EVIDENCE.

            And no, Wiki is NOT evidence of anything when it comes to climate, except corruption by the AGW liars and scoundrels.. PROVEN FACT

      2. spike55

        “I am worried about people like you. Ignoring reality and trying to convince others with their “experience” that there is no global warming.

        I am worried about trolls like seb, who are TOTALLY UNABLE to back up any of their mindless NONSENSE and BLATHER with anything resembling science.

        Seb lives in a land totally DEVOID OF REALITY.. a make-believe fairy-tale land.

        And is so brain-numbed by the AGW religion that he doesn’t even realise it.

        Seb, you have yet to show us ANY EVIDENCE WHATSOEVER of human CO2 caused global warming.

        All we get are you EMPTY rants, and headless chook evasions of actually producing ANYTHING

        Here, I’ll very kindly help you focus , with a couple of simple questions….

        Q1. In what way has the climate changed in the last 40 years, that can be scientifically attributable to human CO2 ?

        Q2. Do you have ANY EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE at all that humans have changed the global climate in ANYWAY WHATSOEVER?

        Do at least TRY !
        (as if we need more slap-stick comedy from you)

        1. spike55

          Again it is noted that seb rants mindlessly elsewhere, but RUNS AWAY from those two simple question

          ALWAYS a coward.

          Always EMPTY.

  9. Carl

    “parts of northern Europe have even seen an acute shortage of precipitation and very warm temperatures, since April, and there is little relief in sight. The drought will intensify as the current week progresses”

    This may very well be true, but remember that every chain of logic that starts with “human beings produce carbon dioxide” and ends with “this causes catastrophic climate change” goes through the “positive water vapor feedback” hypothesis in which higher levels of atmospheric water in the form of higher humidity and higher cloud cover amplify the small amount of warming caused by human produced carbon dioxide.

    Ergo, when someone suggests that droughts are are either being caused by or are made worse by human activity they are asserting that droughts are caused by there being too much water in the atmosphere. In reality, “droughts” that are accompanied by “an acute shortage of precipitation” are low atmospheric water phenomenon.

    If the “greenhouse effect” were real it would cause surface-level warming where the “greenhouse gases” are, i.e., where there is high humidity and high cloud cover. What we see in the real world, instead, is a drop in the average surface-level air temperature in those regions that are the highest in humidity and cloud cover compared to very arid regions that lie along the same latitude.

  10. lucklucky

    As far as i know Portugal is till in Europe and the Summer have been ****

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