Surprise JULY SNOW Falls In Poland… June Temperature Trends See No Rise Across Canada, Iceland

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“Snow in July – this surprised everyone. We remember times when it fell in April or even in May, but not during summer vacation.”

By Kirye
and Pierre

Ice Age now here reported, “snow and record low temperatures” in Poland — in July — earlier this week.

According to Polish sources, there was fresh snow on the highest peaks of the Tatras and the temperature fell below zero (-0.2 degrees).

June mean temperatures see no rise in Canada, Iceland

While Europe saw some record heat in June, temperatures have since fallen considerably, with many regions reporting well-below normal readings.

Elsewhere over the northern hemisphere June temperature trends show a decline over the past two decades or more.

Taken as a whole, 9 temperature stations scattered across Canada show June mean temperatures have not increased in 25 years. Chart: Kirye. Data:

Two of three stations in Iceland also show no warming. This is hardly what one would expect to find when scrutinizing behind the alarmist headlines and claims coming from global warming media and activists.

2/3 Iceland stations for June show no warming trend since 2000. Chart by Kirye. Data:

When it’s hot, the activists are so loud. But when cold offsets it all, then suddenly you can hear pins dropping.

As the saying goes regarding climate science: When it’s warm and stormy, it’s climate. But when it’s cool and calm, it’s just weather.

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16 responses to “Surprise JULY SNOW Falls In Poland… June Temperature Trends See No Rise Across Canada, Iceland”

  1. tom0mason

    But, but France so hot! That’s how the future will be — NOT!

    The planet is cooling and as the cAGW numpties are oblivious to it their propaganda will fail to convince more people year on year.

    1. SebastianH
      1. tom0mason
  2. Yonason
    1. tom0mason

      Well spotted Yonason. 😉

      1. Yonason

        Thanks, tomO, for that and for all the great links I wouldn’t have but for you. //:o]

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  5. SebastianH

    2/3 Iceland stations for June show no warming trend since 2000

    Except there aren’t only 3 stations in Iceland and June isn’t the only month of the year. As I’ve shown for the ice volume of the Arctic which is overall decreasing, but shows slightly increasing summer values, this might as well be so in Iceland.

    Here is a station list:
    https://en.vedur.is/Medaltalstoflur-txt/Arsgildi.html

    I wouldn’t be surprised if you again managed to cherry pick stations that suit your narrative 😉

  6. Phil Salmon

    This Norwegian ice breaker was turned back on its way north of Svalbard by thicker Ryan expected sea ice, in July:

    https://www.iceagenow.info/icebreaker-headed-for-north-pole-turned-back-by-thicker-ice-than-expected/

  7. Phil Salmon

    Cold and wet spring weather is causing big agricultural losses in the US and Canada:

    https://www.iceagenow.info/millions-of-acres-in-the-us-will-not-be-planted-this-year/

    The media of course when they wake up to it will spin it as a warming story.

  8. tom0mason

    And over the last nearly 200years the planets warmed by about 1°C. Some fools as above believe this is an ALARMING rise since the Little Ice Age.

    1. tom0mason
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