Weather Sanity Forecasters at Weatherbell.com + real-science

 Updated;
 http://www.real-science.com/uncategorized/‘arctic-sea-ice-melting-fastest

‘Arctic sea ice melting at fastest rate in 40 years’
Posted on September 17, 2011 by Steven Goddard  ” The Arctic is gaining ice here  at the fastest rate on record for early September, while the press reports here  the exact opposite.”

AND

http://www.real-science.com/uncategorized/arctic-gained-new-manhattan-ice-minutes?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Real-Science%2Ffeed+%28Real+Science%29&utm_content=Google+Reader

Arctic Gained A New Manhattan Of Ice Every Two Minutes Yesterday
Posted on September 16, 2011 by Steven Goddard   “16 city blocks of new ice forming every second!”    

http://www.weatherbell.com/weather-news/early-arctic-ice-recovery-and-early-siberia-snow/

EXCERPT:
Early Arctic ice recovery and Siberian snow
September 15 08:29 AM
by Joe D’Aleo

Arctic ice has been increasing now for a week. This increase, if it persists would be the earliest in at least a decade.

Three years after the year 2008, when some prophets had predicted arctic ice would vanish in the summer bottomed out 6.4% above the 2007 satellite record minimum.

 Here is the latest plot; http://www.weatherbell.com/weather-news/early-arctic-ice-recovery-and-early-siberia-snow/
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Article above linked is a gem and these folks give the weather without the alarm. I like to periodically go there to get the long term trend, such as whether it will be colder or warmer this winter whether La Nina or El Nino reign .

AND

La Nina Messes with Texas (Again! & Every Time in Recorded History Happens in Predicted Drought)

http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2011/09/chatting_with_a_noaa_meteorolo.php

Chatting With a NOAA Meteorologist About This Drought: What It Is and What It Ain’t
By Brantley Hargrove Fri., Sep. 16 2011
“So, what’s our problem? Mostly, it’s La Nina, that little trollop. She’s been messin’ with Texas for a long time. And the relationship between her cool Pacific sea-surface temperatures and dry times here is pretty well established.

For nearly 120 years, since we’ve kept any kind of reliable records, La Nina has visited us 20 times, 19 of those resulting in below normal precipitation, according to Dr. Robert Hoerling, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration research meteorologist, who served as the lead author of the U.S. Climate Change Science Plan Synthesis and Assessment Report.

In fact, of all southwest states, Texas is pretty unique because a relatively long-term forecast of below-average rainfall can be made with some certitude where she’s concerned. Now, just looking at La Nina won’t tell us how deep the drought will be, but her presence tells us something’s coming — or not.” Read Entire Article;  http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2011/09/chatting_with_a_noaa_meteorolo.php

AND one last article

http://www.real-science.com/uncategorized/gore-isnt-lying#more-43556

Is There Anything Which Gore Isn’t Lying About?
Posted on September 17, 2011 by Steven Goddard   “Sea level is falling at a record rate. Temperatures have been declining since the start of the millennium. Hurricane activity is at an historic low. Sea ice is growing at a record rate.”  

 ftp://ftp.aviso.oceanobs.com/pub/oceano/AVISO/indicators/msl/MSL_Serie_EN_Global_IB_RWT_NoGIA_Adjust.txt

 Go here; http://www.real-science.com/uncategorized/gore-isnt-lying#more-43556
for the rest of the lovely charts and the whole article.

Now those articles put alarmist global warming reports in the right place (the trash can) so go outside and (as Joe Alesandro says) Enjoy the weather, it’s the only weather you’ve got! :)))))))))) It’s the last week of summer and the temperature at 12:20pm CDT where I am is 74degrees looking out for a high of 83 this afternoon. 

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