Cooling/Temperature

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1969 Cold Record Broken In China -53°C...Snow In The Mediterranean...Japan Hard Hit

1969 Cold Record Broken In China -53°C…Snow In The Mediterranean…Japan Hard Hit

Share this… Facebook Twitter1960s winter conditions hit across the globe Unusually harsh winter conditions pepper the globe. Symbol image generated by dall e2, Open AI.  As usual, parts of the globe have experienced warmer than normal temperatures this winter, like Central Europe, while others have seen colder conditions. It’s all natural. As a whole, the […]

Latest Mean Annual Temperature Data Show Tokyo Has Been Cooling For Decades!

Latest Mean Annual Temperature Data Show Tokyo Has Been Cooling For Decades!

Share this… Facebook TwitterTOKYO HAS COOLED OVER THE PAST 30 YEARS. Hachijō-jima island hasn’t seen any climate change in decades! Charts by Kirye The mean temperature data for December, 2022, for the city of Tokyo, Japan and its Hachijō-jima island in the Pacific are now available from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA). These data now allow […]

German Renewable Energies Expert: Global Warming Is Going To Pause As North Atlantic Cools

Share this… Facebook TwitterBy Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt, Klimanachrichten (Translated, edited by P. Gosselin) The unusually mild weather at the turn of the year in Central Europe has strengthened the belief of many in Germany that CO2-induced global warming is in full swing. Globally – and this is the only thing that matters – temperatures are […]

Scientists: Antarctica Has Not Warmed For Over 70 Years

Scientists: Antarctica Has Not Warmed For Over 70 Years

Share this… Facebook TwitterNew studies affirm Antarctica has not been cooperating with either the global warming or “polar amplification” narratives. “The Antarctic continent has not warmed in the last seven decades, despite a monotonic increase in the atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases.” – Singh and Polvani, 2020 Image Source: Singh and Polvani, 2020 Antarctica Peninsula […]

Oimjakon, Siberia Sees “Extremely Low Temperatures” As Mercury Plummets To 65 Below!

Share this… Facebook TwitterUPDATE: December 5, 2022… now -57°C.  Unusual temperatures for early December…knocking at energy-deprived Europe’s door  German meteorologist Dominik Jung of wetter.net says, after having reported yesterday of -50°C in Oimjakon, Siberia: “-54°C were measured there this morning.” -54°C is 65 below Fahrenheit. “For early December, these are extremely low temperatures there, which […]

Untampered Japan Meteorological Agency Data Show Tokyo Autumn Hasn't Warmed In Decades

Untampered Japan Meteorological Agency Data Show Tokyo Autumn Hasn’t Warmed In Decades

Share this… Facebook TwitterCharts by Kirye Text by Pierre The November, 2022, (untampered) mean temperature data are in for Tokyo and its Hachijojima island  – there’s been no fall warming in decades. Tokyo Here’s the latest plot of November mean temperatures for Tokyo since 1989: Data: JMA.  Over the past 33 years, the November mean […]

Russian Temperature Records Are Not Cooperating With The CO2-Driven Climate Narrative

Russian Temperature Records Are Not Cooperating With The CO2-Driven Climate Narrative

Share this… Facebook TwitterTwo new studies indicate there has been no modern warming in the last centuries in western (Urals) and eastern (Kolyma) Russian mountain ranges. A new 27,000-year temperature reconstruction assesses it was ~2.5 to 4.8°C warmer than today from 8.9-5.2 ka BP in the Ural Mountains, or when CO2 is said to have […]

Tokyo Mean October Mean Temperature Has Been Falling For Decades

Tokyo Mean October Mean Temperature Has Been Falling For Decades

Share this… Facebook TwitterCharts produced by Kirye This October, according to the (untampered) data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), the mean temperature in Tokyo came in at 17.2°C, making it it one of the coolest over the past decades: Data source: JMA.  More significant, however, is the trend over the past 33 years – it’s […]

Dramatic Cooling And Recent Ice Shelf Advance Over The Antarctic Peninsula

Dramatic Cooling And Recent Ice Shelf Advance Over The Antarctic Peninsula

Share this… Facebook TwitterScientists struggle to keep their stories straight regarding the anthropogenic CO2 impact on polar climates. It is claimed that anthropogenic CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels are responsible for amplifying warming (“polar amplification“) and ice melt in polar climates, consistent with pronouncements pertaining to anthropogenic global warming. However, Antarctica’s Larsen Ice Shelf […]

Scientists Identify More Locations Where It Is Colder Today Than Anytime In The Last 10,000 Years

Scientists Identify More Locations Where It Is Colder Today Than Anytime In The Last 10,000 Years

Share this… Facebook TwitterSites in Canada and Africa were warmer than today throughout nearly the entirety of the Holocene. Canada Per a new study, eastern Canada mean summer temperatures are 13.6°C and July temperatures average 15°C today. For nearly all of the Holocene the region was 1-1.5°C warmer (16.5°C, July) than it is now. In […]

New Study: Southeastern US Cooling Since The 1800s Associated With Increased Precipitation

New Study: Southeastern US Cooling Since The 1800s Associated With Increased Precipitation

Share this… Facebook TwitterSignificant cooling trends of up to 1°C have been ongoing in the southeastern US since the late 1800s. A new study suggests that higher precipitation trends are linked to decreasing temperatures in this region, comparable to what has happened in other cooling periods (i.e., the Little Ice Age). The southeastern United States […]

Tokyo Mean September Temperatures Have Seen No Warming In 34 Years, JMA Data Show

Tokyo Mean September Temperatures Have Seen No Warming In 34 Years, JMA Data Show

Share this… Facebook TwitterCharts produced by Kirye Last year (2021), Tokyo had seen its coolest September in over 30 years with a mean temperature of 22.3°C. This September, according to data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), the mean temperature in Tokyo came in some 2°C warmer compared to a year earlier, with a mean […]

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