Red-Hot planet: All-time Heat Records set All over the World in past Week

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    Someone recently made an Anecdotal "Gothcha" thread of some gauge they thought was misplaced/too close to an airport. AS IF pointing to this "refuted" all climate measurement worldwide.
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    Everyone/All the Worlds Scientists are in on this Plot. Tens of thousands.
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    Red-hot planet: All-time heat records have been set all over the world during the past week
    By Jason Samenow - July 5
    Red-hot planet: All-time heat records have been set all over the world during the past week

    (This article, originally published Tuesday, was updated Wednesday to add all-time heat records at Mount Washington, N.H., and Tbilisi, Georgia set since Monday.
    On Thursday, the story was updated to include information on heat-related deaths in Canada and extraordinary heat in Siberia.
    On Friday, it was updated to add the likely all-time heat record in Africa and Southern California.)


    From the normally mild summer climes of Ireland, Scotland and Canada to the scorching Middle East to Southern California, numerous locations in the Northern Hemisphere have witnessed their hottest weather Ever recorded over the past week.

    Large areas of heat pressure or heat domes scattered around the hemisphere led to the sweltering temperatures. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reports the heat is to blame for at least 54 deaths in southern Quebec, mostly in and near Montreal, which endured record high temperatures.

    In Northern Siberia, along the coast of the Arctic Ocean – where weather observations are scarce – model analyses showed temperatures soaring 40 degrees above normal on July 5, to over 90 degrees.
    “It is absolutely incredible and really one of the most intense heat events I’ve ever seen for so far north,” wrote meteorologist Nick Humphrey, who offers more detail on this extraordinary high-latitude hot spell on his blog...

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    Simulation of maximum temperatures on July 3 from American (GFS) weather model at two meters above the ground. (University of Maine Climate Reanalyzer)

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    Republicans will say that picture is BS. The ocean isn't red.
     
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    All-time Heat Records set All over the World in past Week

    All-time? Seriously?
     
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    Not this shit again
     
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    More temperature fakery...nothing new. SSDD.
     
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    It gets hot in the summer. Weather changes with the seasons. It also gets cooler at night. :rolleyes-41:
     
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    We have absolute confidence in the data set of ocean temperatures from 1880
     
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    Your thirst is fake as well.
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