May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl record

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May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl record

Postby Squire » 01 Jul 2018, 17:34

Many people in the US are dumb enough to believe global warming in the northern parts of the USA will be a boon whereas the reality is different.

Northern USA experiences 16 hour sunshine days which will bring intolerable heat as the temperature rises over the longer daylight hours. Even Canada is affected by long daylight hour heating in Summer.

The USA experienced MMay average temperature which was 5.2 deg F above average which is a huge amount.

In Australia, the same thing will happen in Victoria and Tasmania which will force those denizens to Queensland and Darwin to seek a cooler climate in the January-February summer heat season.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2018/06/06/climate-change-may-warmest-record-usa/676907002/

May was warmest on record for USA, breaking mark set during Dust Bowl
Doyle Rice, USA TODAY Published 12:44 p.m. ET June 6, 2018 | Updated 12:59 p.m. ET June 6, 2018

NOAA climate scientists say April 2018 marked the planet's 400th consecutive month with above-average temperatures. USA TODAY

May shattered heat records across the U.S. as sizzling warmth was reported nationwide, federal scientists announced Wednesday.

In addition, not only was it the warmest May on record across the country, but almost 8,600 local heat records were also broken or tied during the month.

“The warmth was coast-to-coast,” said climate scientist Jake Crouch from NOAA's National Center for Environmental Information. The heat was particularly noteworthy in the central U.S., especially in the upper Midwest and Ohio Valley.

On May 28, the temperature in Minneapolis soared to a record 100 degrees, the city's earliest 100-degree reading on record, buckling roads, straining air conditioners and triggering air-quality alerts.

The previous warmest May was in 1934 during the height of the Dust Bowl.

For folks in the Midwest, the crazy heat of May followed what had been an unusually cold April. In fact, for two states in the Upper Midwest — Iowa and Wisconsin — it was the coldest April since records began

Overall, the average May temperature across the contiguous U.S. was 65.4 degrees, which is 5.2 degrees above average, NOAA said.

Partly to blame for May's heat is the overall warming trend from man-made climate change, Crouch said. Also, two tropical systems helped pump warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico across the eastern U.S.

Another expert, Penn State University climate scientist David Titley, referring to global warming, said that "nature is dealing cards from a very different deck now compared to the 20th century.”

As for precipitation, May was very wet in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic, part because of Subtropical Storm Alberto. In fact, it was the wettest May on record in both Florida and Maryland. In Maryland, the rain led to devastating flooding in historic Ellicott City, ruining the town for the second time in two years.

Meanwhile, more than a quarter of the contiguous U.S. remained in drought; the most intense dryness was in the Southwest.
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Re: May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl rec

Postby HBS Guy » 01 Jul 2018, 19:06

More

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“In addition, not only was it the warmest May on record across the country, but almost 8,600 local heat records were also broken or tied during the month.”

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 676907002/

See? The globe is warming, ice is melting, permafrost thawing, sea levels rising


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Re: May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl rec

Postby pinkeye » 02 Jul 2018, 03:06

The UK is also experiencing unseasonally hot weather.

Can't blame the Poms for lapping up the heat, BUT... this is just beginning. Ask everyone in 10 years how great it is. :yak yak :hot
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Re: May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl rec

Postby HBS Guy » 02 Jul 2018, 08:17

UK winter will be cold, all the ice age scammers and their dupes will talk about it then when hot summer comes again they will ignore it. Amazing how many idiots fall for that!
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Re: May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl rec

Postby johnsmith » 02 Jul 2018, 08:28

Norways going through a prolonged heatwave too
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Re: May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl rec

Postby HBS Guy » 02 Jul 2018, 08:45

Yup, most of Western Europe is.

Hail is really bad in spring and that is a sign of AGW.
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Re: May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl rec

Postby MilesAway » 02 Jul 2018, 13:03

HBS Guy wrote:Yup, most of Western Europe is.

Hail is really bad in spring and that is a sign of AGW.

Why is hail a bad sign in spring exactly?
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Re: May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl rec

Postby HBS Guy » 02 Jul 2018, 13:37

Bad hail in spring. Bad because smashes new blooms.

What I said is that hail is bad in spring, i.e. lots of hail in spring.
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Re: May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl rec

Postby DonDeeHippy » 02 Jul 2018, 15:17

http://www.ozpolitic.com/forum/YaBB.pl?num=1529894527/10#10
I put the post u used in this thread about 30 years of agw and how its crap, I haven't had a favourable response yet .....
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Re: May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl rec

Postby johnsmith » 05 Jul 2018, 11:48

Hottest financial year on record BOM data shows

The data has come through from the financial year and it was hot with maximum temperatures the warmest on record from July to June.

Minimums were also above average but not record-breaking, at only 0.72 degrees above the long term average.

The Bureau of Meteorology's David Jones said it was quite remarkable how consistent the temperature anomalies were.


http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-07-05/hottest-fin-year-on-record-bom-data-show/9930606


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Re: May was warmest on record for USA breaking dust bowl rec

Postby HBS Guy » 05 Jul 2018, 14:39

Just tweeted that. Ahahaha been tweeting that Antarctica melting has busted the GSM=Ice Age scam. Posted that after every scammer’s post! One of them will snap sooner or later!
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