Bitter, record-breaking cold in North America, Antarctica reaching near record sea ice extent, Arctic sea ice recovering a third of its ice in just a year, first snow in Cairo in 112 years, and record snow in Jerusalem – signs of global colding are mounting rapidly. And it’s not even a La Nina year.
Temperatures in decline…adding on 2013 to Germany’s mean temperature chart. Source: Josef Kowatsch of the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE), data from the DWD German Weather Service (2013 approximated).
Another sign is Central Europe refusing to warm further. Meteorologist Dominik Jung at Wetter.net here reports that Germany’s 2013 year was the 2nd coldest in a decade. The mean temperature was only 0.4°C over the 1961 – 1990 mean. Only 2010 was “a bit colder”.
Hey! That means the coldest 2 years of the decade happened just recently. Clearly the recent flurry of cold events shows that the globe is cooling, thus contradicting the global warming hypothesis. Alarmists are desperate to explain why.
Also read 2000 cold and snow records broken.