Thursday, October 31, 2019

Tropical air plume smashes against the frozen Arctic

My most popular recent article showed Europe's one day of summer warmth smashing against Greenland.  Everybody was going on about how all the glaciers would melt.  But the plume smashed against the ice like this picture.  It completely surrounded Greenland and they got their one day of warmth that lasted in the warmie media for weeks.

This plume cannot surround the North Pole.  The plume before that actually cut into the cold like a knife, but that was then.  The Arctic ice volume chart had a very nice wobble with that last plume, but now it 'shrugs off every attempt to intimidate it'  (Austen-izing).

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