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So Far Germany Seeing Coldest April In 104 Years, Second Coldest Since 1881, Snowiest Since 1986

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It’s been a really frosty April this year across Central Europe. Germany so far has seen it’s second coldest April since records began in 1881...
Coldest since 1917..
April across much of Europe has been unusually cold, frosty and even snowy, and the media have been awfully quiet about it. The following chart shows the mean temperature anomalies with respect to the 1991-2020 reference period so far (up through April 17):..
With a mean temperature of 4.5°C for Germany, April so far continues to be the second coldest since 1881, according to German DWD national weather service records. Only 1917 was colder at a mean of 4.3°C...
Another cold blast forecast for next weekend..
And it likely isn’t going to change too much, as the ECMWF model is forecasting yet another unusual April cold wave with snow and frost for next week. A warm up is forecast near the end of the month, but that is still some 10 days out..
Most snowy April in 35 years..
One thing is already certain: For Germans, it will be the most snowy April since 1986..
The WO/GFS forecasts (left and right) see a continuation of the April winter with widespread ground frost from April 23. Extremely cold air with up to -12°C deviations from the old WMO climate mean 1981-2010 over Germany is projected on April 26 at 850 hPa. Sources: WO/GFS forecasts Tmin ground Germany and WZ/GEM forecasts TA850 Europe..
Northern hemisphere cooling continues...

And?

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Your links resolve to nothing.
Record heat on the American west coast.
 
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It’s been a really frosty April this year across Central Europe. Germany so far has seen it’s second coldest April since records began in 1881...
Coldest since 1917..
April across much of Europe has been unusually cold, frosty and even snowy, and the media have been awfully quiet about it. The following chart shows the mean temperature anomalies with respect to the 1991-2020 reference period so far (up through April 17):..
With a mean temperature of 4.5°C for Germany, April so far continues to be the second coldest since 1881, according to German DWD national weather service records. Only 1917 was colder at a mean of 4.3°C...
Another cold blast forecast for next weekend..
And it likely isn’t going to change too much, as the ECMWF model is forecasting yet another unusual April cold wave with snow and frost for next week. A warm up is forecast near the end of the month, but that is still some 10 days out..
Most snowy April in 35 years..
One thing is already certain: For Germans, it will be the most snowy April since 1986..
The WO/GFS forecasts (left and right) see a continuation of the April winter with widespread ground frost from April 23. Extremely cold air with up to -12°C deviations from the old WMO climate mean 1981-2010 over Germany is projected on April 26 at 850 hPa. Sources: WO/GFS forecasts Tmin ground Germany and WZ/GEM forecasts TA850 Europe..
Northern hemisphere cooling continues...

And?

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Your links resolve to nothing.
Record heat on the American west coast.
That's weather, not climate change.
 

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It’s been a really frosty April this year across Central Europe. Germany so far has seen it’s second coldest April since records began in 1881...
Coldest since 1917..
April across much of Europe has been unusually cold, frosty and even snowy, and the media have been awfully quiet about it. The following chart shows the mean temperature anomalies with respect to the 1991-2020 reference period so far (up through April 17):..
With a mean temperature of 4.5°C for Germany, April so far continues to be the second coldest since 1881, according to German DWD national weather service records. Only 1917 was colder at a mean of 4.3°C...
Another cold blast forecast for next weekend..
And it likely isn’t going to change too much, as the ECMWF model is forecasting yet another unusual April cold wave with snow and frost for next week. A warm up is forecast near the end of the month, but that is still some 10 days out..
Most snowy April in 35 years..
One thing is already certain: For Germans, it will be the most snowy April since 1986..
The WO/GFS forecasts (left and right) see a continuation of the April winter with widespread ground frost from April 23. Extremely cold air with up to -12°C deviations from the old WMO climate mean 1981-2010 over Germany is projected on April 26 at 850 hPa. Sources: WO/GFS forecasts Tmin ground Germany and WZ/GEM forecasts TA850 Europe..
Northern hemisphere cooling continues...

And?

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Your links resolve to nothing.
Record heat on the American west coast.
That's weather, not climate change.
As is a cold april in germany.

Derp!!
 

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It’s been a really frosty April this year across Central Europe. Germany so far has seen it’s second coldest April since records began in 1881...
Coldest since 1917..
April across much of Europe has been unusually cold, frosty and even snowy, and the media have been awfully quiet about it. The following chart shows the mean temperature anomalies with respect to the 1991-2020 reference period so far (up through April 17):..
With a mean temperature of 4.5°C for Germany, April so far continues to be the second coldest since 1881, according to German DWD national weather service records. Only 1917 was colder at a mean of 4.3°C...
Another cold blast forecast for next weekend..
And it likely isn’t going to change too much, as the ECMWF model is forecasting yet another unusual April cold wave with snow and frost for next week. A warm up is forecast near the end of the month, but that is still some 10 days out..
Most snowy April in 35 years..
One thing is already certain: For Germans, it will be the most snowy April since 1986..
The WO/GFS forecasts (left and right) see a continuation of the April winter with widespread ground frost from April 23. Extremely cold air with up to -12°C deviations from the old WMO climate mean 1981-2010 over Germany is projected on April 26 at 850 hPa. Sources: WO/GFS forecasts Tmin ground Germany and WZ/GEM forecasts TA850 Europe..
Northern hemisphere cooling continues...

And?

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The only way there is that time left is if there is an object coming into the solar system that is going to hit us or governments of the world are planning something.
 

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It’s been a really frosty April this year across Central Europe. Germany so far has seen it’s second coldest April since records began in 1881...
Coldest since 1917..
April across much of Europe has been unusually cold, frosty and even snowy, and the media have been awfully quiet about it. The following chart shows the mean temperature anomalies with respect to the 1991-2020 reference period so far (up through April 17):..
With a mean temperature of 4.5°C for Germany, April so far continues to be the second coldest since 1881, according to German DWD national weather service records. Only 1917 was colder at a mean of 4.3°C...
Another cold blast forecast for next weekend..
And it likely isn’t going to change too much, as the ECMWF model is forecasting yet another unusual April cold wave with snow and frost for next week. A warm up is forecast near the end of the month, but that is still some 10 days out..
Most snowy April in 35 years..
One thing is already certain: For Germans, it will be the most snowy April since 1986..
The WO/GFS forecasts (left and right) see a continuation of the April winter with widespread ground frost from April 23. Extremely cold air with up to -12°C deviations from the old WMO climate mean 1981-2010 over Germany is projected on April 26 at 850 hPa. Sources: WO/GFS forecasts Tmin ground Germany and WZ/GEM forecasts TA850 Europe..
Northern hemisphere cooling continues...

And?

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Your links resolve to nothing.
Record heat on the American west coast.
So? Is it now "West Coast Warming"?
 
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It’s been a really frosty April this year across Central Europe. Germany so far has seen it’s second coldest April since records began in 1881...
Coldest since 1917..
April across much of Europe has been unusually cold, frosty and even snowy, and the media have been awfully quiet about it. The following chart shows the mean temperature anomalies with respect to the 1991-2020 reference period so far (up through April 17):..
With a mean temperature of 4.5°C for Germany, April so far continues to be the second coldest since 1881, according to German DWD national weather service records. Only 1917 was colder at a mean of 4.3°C...
Another cold blast forecast for next weekend..
And it likely isn’t going to change too much, as the ECMWF model is forecasting yet another unusual April cold wave with snow and frost for next week. A warm up is forecast near the end of the month, but that is still some 10 days out..
Most snowy April in 35 years..
One thing is already certain: For Germans, it will be the most snowy April since 1986..
The WO/GFS forecasts (left and right) see a continuation of the April winter with widespread ground frost from April 23. Extremely cold air with up to -12°C deviations from the old WMO climate mean 1981-2010 over Germany is projected on April 26 at 850 hPa. Sources: WO/GFS forecasts Tmin ground Germany and WZ/GEM forecasts TA850 Europe..
Northern hemisphere cooling continues...

And?

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Your links resolve to nothing.
Record heat on the American west coast.
That's weather, not climate change.
As is a cold april in germany.

Derp!!
No, when it's cold it's climate change. When it's hot, it's weather.
 

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I love the smell of Global Warming in the morning.

Where's my surfboard!
 

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It’s been a really frosty April this year across Central Europe. Germany so far has seen it’s second coldest April since records began in 1881...
Coldest since 1917..
April across much of Europe has been unusually cold, frosty and even snowy, and the media have been awfully quiet about it. The following chart shows the mean temperature anomalies with respect to the 1991-2020 reference period so far (up through April 17):..
With a mean temperature of 4.5°C for Germany, April so far continues to be the second coldest since 1881, according to German DWD national weather service records. Only 1917 was colder at a mean of 4.3°C...
Another cold blast forecast for next weekend..
And it likely isn’t going to change too much, as the ECMWF model is forecasting yet another unusual April cold wave with snow and frost for next week. A warm up is forecast near the end of the month, but that is still some 10 days out..
Most snowy April in 35 years..
One thing is already certain: For Germans, it will be the most snowy April since 1986..
The WO/GFS forecasts (left and right) see a continuation of the April winter with widespread ground frost from April 23. Extremely cold air with up to -12°C deviations from the old WMO climate mean 1981-2010 over Germany is projected on April 26 at 850 hPa. Sources: WO/GFS forecasts Tmin ground Germany and WZ/GEM forecasts TA850 Europe..
Northern hemisphere cooling continues...
Aren't we at about year 8 before the frying pan?
We are at a little under 10, according to the first deadline they gave.
Lol. I was going by what climatologist AOC said when she got in...lol
 

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It’s been a really frosty April this year across Central Europe. Germany so far has seen it’s second coldest April since records began in 1881...
Coldest since 1917..
April across much of Europe has been unusually cold, frosty and even snowy, and the media have been awfully quiet about it. The following chart shows the mean temperature anomalies with respect to the 1991-2020 reference period so far (up through April 17):..
With a mean temperature of 4.5°C for Germany, April so far continues to be the second coldest since 1881, according to German DWD national weather service records. Only 1917 was colder at a mean of 4.3°C...
Another cold blast forecast for next weekend..
And it likely isn’t going to change too much, as the ECMWF model is forecasting yet another unusual April cold wave with snow and frost for next week. A warm up is forecast near the end of the month, but that is still some 10 days out..
Most snowy April in 35 years..
One thing is already certain: For Germans, it will be the most snowy April since 1986..
The WO/GFS forecasts (left and right) see a continuation of the April winter with widespread ground frost from April 23. Extremely cold air with up to -12°C deviations from the old WMO climate mean 1981-2010 over Germany is projected on April 26 at 850 hPa. Sources: WO/GFS forecasts Tmin ground Germany and WZ/GEM forecasts TA850 Europe..
Northern hemisphere cooling continues...

And?

[/URL]

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[/URL]
Your links resolve to nothing.
Record heat on the American west coast.
That's weather, not climate change.
As is a cold april in germany.

Derp!!
No, when it's cold it's climate change. When it's hot, it's weather.
I'm still waiting or the New Ice Age the scientists said in the 70's. Science is science. GL has to wait its turn
 

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Pollution is bad. We need less of it. Whether having more or less of it affects the temperature doesn't change that pollution is bad.
CO2 is not pollution, moron. Plants need it to live.

I didn't say a word about carbon. I would insult you right back, but God already took care of that making you British.
 
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Pollution is bad. We need less of it. Whether having more or less of it affects the temperature doesn't change that pollution is bad.
CO2 is not pollution, moron. Plants need it to live.

I didn't say a word about carbon. I would insult you right back, but God already took care of that making you British.
If you're talking about AGW, and that controlling it has something to do with "pollution," then you are talking about CO2.

Who do you think you're fooling?
 
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Hey you climate change assholes, it's snowing here in Milwaukee.
 

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It doesn't matter if temperatures get hotter or colder, it doesn't matter if there are more hurricanes or fewer, the global warming fanatics will say it's global warming.

Exactly. The average temperatures wordlwide are growing since decades and the local extremes are growing and the number of natural catastrophes are growing. The weather in Germany is currently very cold in the night and very hot in the day. That's a typical weather for deserts - and not for central Europe. Additionally it was much too less snow this year and much too less rain. Since years Germany becomes a more dry country.

And "realists" is not spelled f-a-n-a-t-i-c-s, fanatic. Example: The very slow reacting deep oceans lose oxygen - and this means in the next hundreds of years this process will continue - even if we will stop the emission of greenhouse gas today.
 
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It’s been a really frosty April this year across Central Europe. Germany so far has seen it’s second coldest April since records began in 1881...
Coldest since 1917..
April across much of Europe has been unusually cold, frosty and even snowy, and the media have been awfully quiet about it. The following chart shows the mean temperature anomalies with respect to the 1991-2020 reference period so far (up through April 17):..
With a mean temperature of 4.5°C for Germany, April so far continues to be the second coldest since 1881, according to German DWD national weather service records. Only 1917 was colder at a mean of 4.3°C...
Another cold blast forecast for next weekend..
And it likely isn’t going to change too much, as the ECMWF model is forecasting yet another unusual April cold wave with snow and frost for next week. A warm up is forecast near the end of the month, but that is still some 10 days out..
Most snowy April in 35 years..
One thing is already certain: For Germans, it will be the most snowy April since 1986..
The WO/GFS forecasts (left and right) see a continuation of the April winter with widespread ground frost from April 23. Extremely cold air with up to -12°C deviations from the old WMO climate mean 1981-2010 over Germany is projected on April 26 at 850 hPa. Sources: WO/GFS forecasts Tmin ground Germany and WZ/GEM forecasts TA850 Europe..
Northern hemisphere cooling continues...

And?

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Your links resolve to nothing.
Record heat on the American west coast.
So? Is it now "West Coast Warming"?
It's West Coast something, but I think language filters would prohibit anyone from speaking the truth.
 

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2020 saw some of the worst climate catastrophes—with wildfires raging on the West Coast, an increase in hurricanes, heatwaves in Australia, and flooding around the world.

It's time we confront this crisis.

Absolutely. There should be a set of ‘Universal Green Laws’ that nobody should break and those who do, face severe penalty. The only war we need to be fighting is the one to save this planet from fast approaching irreversible damage. Otherwise, it’ll be too late, very soon. We’re already almost there.
 

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2020 saw some of the worst climate catastrophes—with wildfires raging on the West Coast, an increase in hurricanes, heatwaves in Australia, and flooding around the world.

It's time we confront this crisis.

Absolutely. There should be a set of ‘Universal Green Laws’ that nobody should break and those who do, face severe penalty. The only war we need to be fighting is the one to save this planet from fast approaching irreversible damage. Otherwise, it’ll be too late, very soon. We’re already almost there.
How do you fix wildfires? Be specific.
 

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2020 saw some of the worst climate catastrophes—with wildfires raging on the West Coast, an increase in hurricanes, heatwaves in Australia, and flooding around the world.

It's time we confront this crisis.

Absolutely. There should be a set of ‘Universal Green Laws’ that nobody should break and those who do, face severe penalty. The only war we need to be fighting is the one to save this planet from fast approaching irreversible damage. Otherwise, it’ll be too late, very soon. We’re already almost there.
How do you fix wildfires? Be specific.
ask folks in the firefighting community to take out the fires, and enact the green new deal so that they stop happening in the 1st place
 

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2020 saw some of the worst climate catastrophes—with wildfires raging on the West Coast, an increase in hurricanes, heatwaves in Australia, and flooding around the world.

It's time we confront this crisis.

Absolutely. There should be a set of ‘Universal Green Laws’ that nobody should break and those who do, face severe penalty. The only war we need to be fighting is the one to save this planet from fast approaching irreversible damage. Otherwise, it’ll be too late, very soon. We’re already almost there.
How do you fix wildfires? Be specific.
ask folks in the firefighting community to take out the fires, and enact the green new deal so that they stop happening in the 1st place
What green new deal plan is there to stop wildfires?
 

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