Global Warming Now Pounding Antarctica…Springtime Temps A Balmy -107°F, Windchill Temps Of -152°F !!

Hey journalists! If you think it’s hot in the Arctic, check out Antarctica! It’s over 100°F (with a minus in front). With a nice warm breeze, too.

Boy, I’m so scared about melting down there!

Antarctica just refuses to cooperate with the global warming meltdown narrative. Down at the South Pole it’s early spring, but you wouldn’t know it from the weather forecast for Vostok, beginning with Thursday September 13, 2012:


If the Antarctic goes, sea levels worldwide will go up more than 100 feet.

Nowhere is global warming more visible than in Antarctica! I don’t know if I’ll be able to sleep at all tonight – I’m only 70 feet above sea level.

Right now as I write (21:00h CET)  it’s a scorching 108.4°F with a minus in front.


8 responses to “Global Warming Now Pounding Antarctica…Springtime Temps A Balmy -107°F, Windchill Temps Of -152°F !!”

  1. Mindert Eiting

    With these figures I have to think about those courageous penguins walking endlessly in a circle in the darkness and horrible cold. Nobody has told them to do this. So we must assume they do it for fun. Elections here in The Netherlands. Tomorrow we know whether the Green Party still exists.

    1. Graeme No.3

      The penguin are walking in a circle looking for the warmth promised by the Warmanistas. They only went to Antarctica because they (the penguins) believed those stories about global warming, but then they are bird brains.

  2. Ulrich Elkmann

    They do, but just bearly. Let’s put them on the Red List: another seemingly imperishable species threatened by climate disruption.
    btw, for OFCs (Olde Fogey Continentals) fazed by degrees Fahrenheit:
    -107°F = -77,2°C.

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  4. Per Strandberg

    This morning when I looked out I saw that the mountains had been covered with the white stuff. I live in Voss, Western Norway. I’m already longing for the next spring. Tonight an Atlantic storm is going to hit. On the positive side the price of electricity is now 2 øre/KWh, that is 0,0026 €/kWh or 2,6 €/MWh because this wonderful summer has filled the dams with water to the brink. And the media are still pushing the CAGW scam. Tomorrow I will look and see if more snow has come.

    1. Graeme No.3

      When I was involved with Norwegians (from Sandefjord) they always seem to come to Australia on business in late January. They liked to go up to Queensland where, in summer, they put coats on when the temperature falls to 18 ℃, which it can do 2 or 3 times in summer.

      I have just signed a contract for electricity here in South Australia. The lowest daytime price is $A305 or 246 € per MWh. We don’t have any hydro, but we have lots of wind turbines and PV solar. We are not happy, and there is no end in sight.

      1. DirkH

        Have you already begun chasing the last gasoline trucks on motorcycles, sporting a mohawk?

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