These guys are never right, but this time I agree with them. Perhaps after all this is over, people will think of physics, and not just people who talk a lot.
The ocean current map is getting slow to update, but we should be happy it comes out at all.
Our halvsie El Nino (hen) is on its last gasp. It's not pushing the heat over any more. That makes our warm pulses shorter and shorter.
But the Arctic current is very strong. Once again, we have a 'shower' of cold water hitting the vestigial Gulf Stream.
I just love how this current has carved out the bottom of the Arctic ice. I've never seen it like this.
I'm building a poly-tunnel for the garden. The Quebec winter garage turned greenhouse was just too weak for the big storms. Hopefully, this will stand.
With the hen gone, the world temps will take a dive. Even in an ice advance, we would have a hot July, and the warmies can wait for that. :)
ps. Yeah, giant, horrible blizzards are being called 'Winter Hurricanes' and, as such, they are being blamed on carbon warming.