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January 2010 Warmest on Record

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  1. patsfan13

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    So there is a El Nino that is at peak, temps measured by the Aqua Satellite, along with thoughts on how this interacts with the big picture.


    These a troposphere measurements:


    January 2010 UAH Global Temperature Update +0.72 Deg. C Roy Spencer, Ph. D.

    Spencer: Record January warmth is mostly sea Watts Up With That?


    Some ideas on this based on earlier El Nino events:

    Flashback to 2007 – SST to plunge again? Watts Up With That?


    Maps on Sat data in graphical form:

    Roy Spencer, Ph. D.



    So while some land masses are cold the overall temp is up, Differences with 2007 and especially 1998 El Nino events. A number of interacting processes overlapping to produce the weather we are having, as the next big snowstorm hits the east coast.
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    Mother Nature Rules

    Winter=Cold
    Summer=Hot

    Lightning Starts Fires
    Rain Starts Mud Slides
    Birds Fly South In The Winter
    Birds Fly North In The Summer

    Al Gore and all those a$s holes in Denmark will never be able to control Mother Nature

    WHERE DOES GORE GO DURING THE WINTER

    :confused::confused::confused:
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    Well Harry you are correct we are along for the ride. After the warm winter temps plunged unlike 1998 land surface temps were high, the Oceans are shedding a lot of heat right now.

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