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  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary March 28, 2015

    03/28/2015 8:41:57 AM PDT · by Excellence · 12 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | March 28, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Weather for Easter weekend and coming weak El Nińo.
  • 'Dr. George' Fischbeck dies at 92; popular weatherman at KABC-TV

    03/25/2015 3:12:54 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 28 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | March 25, 2015 | Valerie J. Nelson
    George Fischbeck, a science teacher turned weatherman who joined KABC-TV in 1972 and spent nearly two decades exuberantly delivering the local forecast, has died. He was 92. Fischbeck, who was known as "Dr. George," died of natural causes early Wednesday morning at the Motion Picture & Television Fund retirement home in Woodland Hills, his daughter, Nancy Fischbeck, said. A trained meteorologist, George Fischbeck was so enthusiastic about his subject that he sometimes forgot to talk about the next day's weather.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary (3/21)

    03/21/2015 10:46:02 AM PDT · by Excellence · 15 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | March 21, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Six to ten day forecast, long range through May.
  • THE YEAR WITHOUT A SUMMER 1816 IN MAINE

    03/18/2015 2:42:50 PM PDT · by daniel1212 · 30 replies
    http://www.milbridgehistoricalsociety.org/ ^ | Tuesday, March 17, 2015 | Lee-Lee Schlegel
    THE YEAR WITHOUT A SUMMER 1816, IN MAINE By Lee-Lee Schlegel MONTHS THAT SHOULD BE SUMMER’S PRIME SLEET AND SNOW AND FROST AND RIME AIR SO COLD YOU SEE YOUR BREATH EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND FROZE TO DEATH (An old rhyme) -------------------------------------------------------------1771 REUBEN WHITTEN 1847 SON OF A REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER, A PIONEER OF THIS TOWN, COLD SEASON OF 1816 RAISED 40 BUSHELS OF WHEAT ON THIS LAND WHITCH KEPT HIS FAMILY AND NEIGHBOURS FROM STARVATION ( Tombstone in an Ashland, N.H. cemetery) Imagine! It’s June. Or July. Or perhaps August in Down East Maine. In Milbridge. That’s easy enough to do,...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary (3/14)

    03/14/2015 5:20:59 PM PDT · by Excellence · 34 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | March 14, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Weather for the next several weeks. "The hits just keep coming." Best Easter skiing ever in the east. Meanwhile, in the West, it's HOT!
  • Federal gov't closes down as Washington paralyzed by blizzard

    03/05/2015 11:11:21 AM PST · by smokingfrog · 80 replies
    FOX News Latino ^ | 3-5-15 | EFE
    The U.S. government on Thursday suspended its operations due to a blizzard that forced schools and offices in the Washington metropolitan area to close and expectations are for up to 20 cm (8 in.) of snow to blanket the region. The U.S. government, which employs some 300,000 people in Washington and its vicinity, closed its doors although it is expected that some employees will be able to work from their homes. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will hold a private meeting but do not have any other activities on their agendas for today and the daily White...
  • NASA Admits That Winters are Going to Get Colder…Much Colder

    03/03/2015 9:48:29 AM PST · by Perseverando · 67 replies
    D.C. Clothesline ^ | November 18, 2014 | Chris Carrington
    The Maunder Minimum (also known as the prolonged sunspot minimum) is the name used for the period roughly spanning 1645 to 1715 when sunspots became exceedingly rare, as noted by solar observers of the time. Like the Dalton Minimum and Spörer Minimum, the Maunder Minimum coincided with a period of lower-than-average global temperatures. During one 30-year period within the Maunder Minimum, astronomers observed only about 50 sunspots, as opposed to a more typical 40,000-50,000 spots. (Source) Climatologist John Casey, a former space shuttle engineer and NASA consultant, thinks that last year’s winter, described by USA Today as “one of...
  • Travel information for Interstate 80 is as follows: Last update at: Mar 03, 2015 06:06 am

    03/03/2015 5:17:12 AM PST · by WhiskeyX · 7 replies
    Wyoming State Government:, Travel Information Services ^ | Mar 03, 2015 06:06 am | Wyoming State Government:, Travel Information Services
    Travel information for Interstate 80 is as follows: Last update at: Mar 03, 2015 06:06 am...Road Closed Due To Winter Conditions...All travelers are encouraged to check present conditions and forecasts before departing. Cameras [Be sure to see the Webcams for the "Road Closed Due To Winter Conditions" locales.
  • Blizzard Conditions Expected for Parts of Upper Midwest

    03/03/2015 5:06:59 AM PST · by WhiskeyX · 19 replies
    ABC News ^ | Mar 3, 2015, 7:29 AM ET | Associated Press (AP)
    Residents across the Upper Midwest may soon get the snowfall some have been wanting more of this winter. Heavy snow is expected Tuesday in parts of Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. A band from west-central to northeastern Minnesota could see the heaviest amounts, 4-6 inches. Blizzard conditions are expected in south-central and west-central Minnesota as well as across south-central to northeastern South Dakota.
  • Climatic Jihad?

    03/02/2015 9:58:25 AM PST · by QT3.14 · 4 replies
    WUWT ^ | February 28, 2015 | Anthony Watts
    ISIL and other Islamist jihad movements continue to round up and silence all who oppose them or refuse to convert to their extreme religious tenets. They are inspiring thousands to join them. Their intolerance, vicious tactics and growing power seem to have inspired others, as well. After years of claiming the science is settled and unprecedented man-made catastrophes are occurring right now, Climate Crisis, Inc. is increasingly desperate. Polls put climate change at the bottom of every list of public concerns. China and India refuse to cut energy production or emissions. Real-world weather and climate totally contradict their dire models...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary

    02/28/2015 8:21:58 AM PST · by Excellence · 14 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | February 28, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Weather forecast for March. So, how well did Joe's prediction for winter pan out? Let's go to the video.
  • Snow for all 50 States Forecast in Next 7 Days

    02/27/2015 2:24:12 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 42 replies
    Roy Spencer.com ^ | February 27,2015 | Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.
    The unseasonable cold is expected to continue over much of the U.S., with some interruptions, and the latest GFS model forecast shows some snow for portions of all 50 states in the next seven days. (Graphic courtesy of Weatherbell.com, click for full-size):
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary February 21, 2015

    02/21/2015 11:05:03 AM PST · by Excellence · 24 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | February 21, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Long discussion about the meaning of winter, which USA Today cut off on the 18th, and declared THE WARMEST EVER or something close, even though meteorological winter doesn't end until the end of February. It's called quitting while you're ahead.
  • Eastern U.S. record breaking cold and snow as seen from space

    02/21/2015 9:49:37 AM PST · by Jack Hydrazine · 64 replies
    WattsUpWithThat.com ^ | 21FEB2015 | Anthony Watts
    From NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center: NASA snaps picture of Eastern US in a record-breaking ‘freezer’ NASA’s Terra satellite captured an image of the snow-covered eastern U.S. that looks like the states have been sitting in a freezer. In addition to the snow cover, Arctic and Siberian air masses have settled in over the Eastern U.S. triggering many record low temperatures in many states. On Feb. 19 at 16:40 UTC (11:40 a.m. EST), the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) instrument that flies aboard NASA’s Terra satellite captured a picture of the snowy landscape. The snow cover combined with the frosty...
  • More Arctic Cold to Flow Across Eastern US Through End of February

    02/21/2015 7:02:33 AM PST · by Jack Hydrazine · 39 replies
    Accumeather ^ | 21FEB2015 | Alex Sosnowski
    Additional rounds of frigid air will continue to drill the eastern United States into the end of February, riding on the heels of bursts of record-breaking low temperatures. By way of Siberia, additional waves of cold air will continue to roll into the Eastern states. This cross-polar flow, as it is called, travels thousands of miles across the North Pole, over frozen tundra, seas of ice and/or snow cover. As a result, the frigid air experiences little moderation until it reaches the southern U.S. According to AccuWeather.com Chief Meteorologist Elliot Abrams, "In some cases the cold has been rivaling that...
  • Record cold continues; next week could be colder

    02/20/2015 9:07:46 AM PST · by Jack Hydrazine · 43 replies
    WoodTV.com (Channel 8; Grand Rapids, MI) ^ | 19FEB2015 | Kyle Underwood
    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Cold weather records continue to fall across West Michigan and more brutal cold is on the way. Friday morning’s low of -13 degrees in Grand Rapids tied the existing record low set in 1966. Hundreds of schools closed due to the extremely cold temperatures with wind chills colder than -20 degrees. Thursday’s high of 7 degrees in Grand Rapids was a new record for the coldest high temperature for the date, and we’re already on pace for this to be one of the coldest February months ever. We’ll briefly warm to the upper 20s on...
  • This winter has been rather warm. Really.

    02/20/2015 8:15:05 AM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 61 replies
    Market Watch ^ | February 20, 2015 | By Silvia Ascarelli
    Boston is running out of room to dump snow. Niagara Falls has partially froze. Flint, Mich., has tied its all-time low of minus-25 degrees on Friday. The New York area had real-feel temperatures of well below zero on Thursday night and into the Friday morning commute. As for the day’s highs, temperatures on Friday will be 10 degrees to 25 degrees below normal from Maine to Florida. But overall, it’s been the sixth-warmest winter on record in the U.S. and the warmest since 2012, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Globally, temperatures on land and well as for...
  • 27.1 f and dropping like a ROCK!

    02/19/2015 10:46:50 PM PST · by SWAMPSNIPER · 117 replies
    The little weather station on my bedside table | 02/20/15 | ME
    Ten miles West of St. Augustine Florida.No warm globals in sight!
  • Weather Research Survey: University of Oklahoma?

    02/17/2015 5:57:01 PM PST · by DBCJR · 7 replies
    We are from the School of Meteorology and we invite you to participate in our research project entitled Tornado Warning Communication and Response. This research is being conducted at The University of Oklahoma. You were selected as a possible participant because you received the link to the online survey. What is the purpose of this research? The purpose of this research is to study how different individuals respond to severe weather communication. What will I be asked to do? If you agree to be in this research, you will answer 10 questions regarding severe weather communication, each with multiple parts....
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary February 14, 2015

    02/14/2015 12:33:00 PM PST · by Excellence · 28 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | Fedruary 14, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Late February and early March forecast. More cold and snow.
  • Study: Megadroughts A Future Reality For Much Of Western United States

    02/13/2015 6:35:54 AM PST · by EQAndyBuzz · 21 replies
    CBS Sacramento ^ | 2/13/2015 | Seth Borenstein
    SAN JOSE, California (AP) – As bad as recent droughts in California, the Southwest and the Midwest have been, scientists say far worse “megadroughts” are coming – and they’re bound to last for decades. “Unprecedented drought conditions” – the worst in more than 1,000 years – are likely to come to the Southwest and Central Plains after 2050 and stick around because of global warming, according to a new study in the journal Science Advances on Thursday.
  • UN Climate Chief: We Are Remaking The World Economy

    02/10/2015 12:28:27 PM PST · by Beave Meister · 23 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 2/5/2015 | MICHAEL BASTASCH
    The United Nation’s climate chief says that reordering the global economy to fight climate change is the “most difficult” task the international body has ever undertaken. “This is probably the most difficult task we have ever given ourselves, which is to intentionally transform the economic development model, for the first time in human history,” Christiana Figueres, who heads up the U.N.’s Framework Convention on Climate Change, told reporters. “This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time, to change the economic development model that...
  • Remembering the Blizzard of ‘78, 35 years later [on the eve of Boston being buried, again]

    02/08/2015 3:00:47 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 57 replies
    Boston Globe ^ | February 8, 2015
    Snow surrounded a car on Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester during early morning hours on Feb. 7, 1978. The 1978 blizzard blanketed much of the region with snow on Feb. 6 and 7, with 27.1 inches accumulating at Logan Airport. [snip] Gandolf, an Irish setter, watched Martine Carroll, 14, walk down Trenton Street. [snip]
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary February 7, 2015

    02/07/2015 10:08:17 AM PST · by Excellence · 18 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | February 7, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Day by day analysis of 500 hPa for the next two weeks.
  • Train of Storms to Bring Upper Midwest, Northeast Unrelenting Snow Into Next Week

    02/06/2015 9:30:47 PM PST · by Jack Hydrazine · 19 replies
    AccuWeather.com ^ | 6FEB2015 | Alex Sosnowski
    A train of storms will bring round after round of snow from the Upper Midwest to part of the Northeast this weekend into early next week. The biggest storm in the bunch will be the caboose in the train, set to affect the Northeast Sunday night into Monday night. The storms will bring episodes of snow every 12-24 hours or so from northern Minnesota and northern Michigan and southern Ontario to upstate New York, northern Pennsylvania, northern New Jersey and New England. In some cases, there may be snow of varying intensity from this weekend right straight through into early...
  • Global Warming Pause: Is the End Near?

    02/03/2015 8:47:57 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 19 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 02/03/2015 | S. Fred Singer
    Introduction Global Warming (GW) alarmists are in a pickle: no GW, in spite of rising CO2 levels.  True believers are using quasi-religious slogans, like “The End [of the GW pause] is Near” and “Repent [Stop emitting CO2] Before It’s Too Late.” The observed absence of a global-warming trend (often described as “pause” or “hiatus”), beginning around Yr 2000 (or perhaps even earlier) contradicts the results of every IPCC climate model – all of them driven by a steady increase in anthropogenic carbon dioxide; see figure.  This lack of model validation has obvious implications for model-based estimates of future climate. ...
  • Weather map malfunctions during live broadcast

    02/01/2015 6:43:35 AM PST · by WhiskeyX · 13 replies
    MyFoxPhoenix-KSAZ ^ | Jan 29, 2015 2:08 PM PST | FOX 10's Cory McCloskey
    It's 2960 degrees where?! FOX 10's Cory McCloskey leads viewers through a hilarious weathercast after his weather map malfunctions. Technology doesn't always cooperate, but luckily Cory knows how to handle the "heat!"
  • Joe Bastardi Saturday Summary January 31, 2015

    01/31/2015 10:34:41 AM PST · by Excellence · 22 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | January 31, 2013 | Joe Bastardi
    The actual title of Joe's post is The Earth Quaking, Knee Shaking, Monster Making, Heart Breaking, Non Faking, Weather Aching One and O" and that's where it ends. But my posts have always been the Saturday Summary, and that's how it's staying. Skip the first six minutes unless you really want to hear about the fight Joe had with Dennis Kucinich. And it looks like rain for California for March/April.
  • Record low temperatures in the North [NORWAY]

    01/31/2015 2:25:18 AM PST · by WhiskeyX · 23 replies
    The Norway Post ^ | Tuesday, 13 January 2015 07:22 | Rolleiv Solholm
    the town of Karasjok, in Finnmark County, temperatures dropped to minus 45.2 degrees Celcius on Sunday. On Monday it was still minus 42 in the morning. Although all school buses stopped running, schools were still open for those who were able to get there. - Outside temperatures will have to be much lower before we close the schools, says school administrator Petter Asbjřrn Balto to NRK. - If it is 50 below or colder, the students may choose whether or not they want to go to school, Balto says
  • Bill de Blasio on Blizzard Bust: ‘Better Safe Than Sorry’

    01/27/2015 6:58:11 AM PST · by KeyLargo · 84 replies
    NY Observer ^ | 1-27-2014 | Jillian Jorgensen
    Bill de Blasio on Blizzard Bust: ‘Better Safe Than Sorry’ By Jillian Jorgensen | 01/27/15 8:29am After a much-hyped blizzard-that-wasn’t, Mayor Bill de Blasio said this morning that he was glad the city had prepared for a worse storm and that New York would be getting back to normal quickly. “We thought we were going to get something much bigger,” Mr. de Blasio told CNN “New Day” anchor Chris Cuomo (who happens to be the brother of Gov. Andrew Cuomo). Forecasts of two or even three feet of snow led Mr. de Blasio and Mr. Cuomo to essentially shut the...
  • Yikes! (Models going bonkers for Mid-Atlantic/NorthEast)

    01/24/2015 2:29:57 PM PST · by dirtboy · 81 replies
    12Z run of Euro:
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary January 24, 2015

    01/24/2015 11:52:44 AM PST · by Excellence · 21 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | January 24, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Forecast for the next 15 days, plus longer range not as detailed.
  • The U.S. has caused more global warming than any other country. Here’s how the Earth will..

    01/24/2015 7:07:43 AM PST · by PROCON · 118 replies
    WaPo ^ | Jan. 22, 2015 | Chris Mooney
    The U.S. has caused more global warming than any other country. Here’s how the Earth will get its revenge.Last year, we learned what is probably the worst global warming news yet — that we may have irrevocably destabilized the massive ice sheet of West Antarctica, which contains the equivalent of nearly 11 feet of sea level rise. The rate of West Antarctic ice loss has been ominously increasing, and there are fears that if too much goes, the slow and long-term process of ice sheet disintegration could accelerate. Humans have a hard time conceiving of the incredible scale of an...
  • MAN SANDWICHED BETWEEN TWO SEMI TRUCKS SURVIVES 26 CAR PILEUP [Amazing ABC News Photograph!]

    01/19/2015 5:35:00 AM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 25 replies
    6 ABC News ^ | 1/19/15
    A driver in Oregon survived being sandwiched by two tractor trailers during a chain reaction crash caused by black ice on the road. If you look closely in the picture above, you'll see Kaleb Whitby's head. The 27-year-old was part of a 26 car pileup over the weekend on Interstate 84 in Oregon.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary January 17, 2015

    01/17/2015 7:16:43 AM PST · by Excellence · 10 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | January 17, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Forecast to the end of January.
  • Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow—all over OWS

    01/16/2015 9:46:36 AM PST · by Sean_Anthony · 1 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 01/16/15 | Judi McLeod
    In the case of the hibernating OWS members, the weather is helping the rest of us. Commuters: Your best defense against protesters who would keep you from getting to work turns out to be the weather. That’s because if the wind is howling in subzero temps and the snow is falling, the protesters will be where they spend 90 percent of their time: hunkered down in Mommy’s over-heated basement. In the upside-down world we live in, folks who actually earn money by going to work are held back by those paid pocket money for protesting rather than having the inconvenient...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary January 10, 2015

    01/10/2015 10:36:48 AM PST · by Excellence · 17 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | January 10, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Brutal weather to continue. Sorry. Except for the west. :)
  • Groundhog Day 2015 - Zoo Won’t Let de Blasio Hold Groundhog After He Killed One Last Year

    01/09/2015 7:54:57 PM PST · by DogByte6RER · 31 replies
    The American Spectator ^ | January 8, 2015 | Emily Zanotti
    Zoo Won’t Let de Blasio Hold Groundhog After He Killed One Last Year The NYPD isn't the only city organization that has lost complete confidence in the esteemed Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio. After he dropped the groundhog during last year's Groundhog Day celebrations, the Staten Island Zoo has unequivocally banned De Blasio from holding or handling any more of their animals in a celebratory setting. - Mayor de Blasio won’t be killing any more groundhogs — zoo handlers are forbidding the butter-fingered mayor from holding the critter at the annual shadow-sighting ceremony on Feb. 2, The...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary January 3, 2015

    01/03/2015 8:11:26 AM PST · by Excellence · 14 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | January 3, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    For those of you who are thinking it couldn't possibly get any worse, I present to you the Joe Bastardi two-week outlook.
  • ‘Dozens of vehicles’ involved in crashes on New Hampshire interstate

    01/02/2015 9:12:32 AM PST · by C19fan · 51 replies
    Twitchy ^ | January 2, 2015 | Staff
    Nasty weather conditions have sparked accidents on I-93 in New Hampshire: Injuries have been reported:
  • Europe to Greet New Year with Snow and Cold

    12/29/2014 6:03:14 PM PST · by Signalman · 8 replies
    Roy Spencer ^ | 12/25/2014 | Roy Spencer
    Over the next seven days you can expect many news stories coming out of Europe concerning an unusually cold and snowy weather pattern setting up that will hit southern and eastern Europe the hardest. Up to two feet of snow will occur in some areas with balmy Portugal being the only European country to escape snowfall. As the following total snowfall forecast map through January 1 shows, even southern Italy, Greece, and far northern Africa can expect snow
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary (12/27)

    12/27/2014 8:11:07 AM PST · by Excellence · 10 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | December 27,2014 | Joe Bastardi
    Long range forecast for January.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary 12-20-2014

    12/20/2014 12:00:40 PM PST · by Excellence · 14 replies
    Weatherbel Analytics ^ | December 20, 2014 | Joe Bastardi
    Out look for Christmas and January.
  • Joe Bastardi Saturday Summary December 13, 2014

    12/13/2014 7:19:09 AM PST · by Excellence · 18 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | December 13, 2014 | Joe Bastardi
    A thorough explanation of the origins of the rain storms hitting California. There is no tropical moisture involved. Systems coming in to west coast are all well north of Hawaii, which is dry. So the rain is a product of cold air off the Asian continent colliding with warm water off the west coast. Otherwise, Joe argues for a very snowy Christmas.
  • Saturday Summary December 6, 2014

    12/06/2014 8:57:49 AM PST · by Excellence · 5 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | December 6, 2014 | Joe Bastardi
    Long range weather forecast through Christmas.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary November 29, 2014

    11/29/2014 7:54:56 PM PST · by Excellence · 8 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | November 29 ,2014 | Joe Bastardi
    December forecast and comparisons to years previous.
  • Great Lakes Ice Cover Developing; Earliest In Over 40 years

    11/25/2014 5:03:26 AM PST · by blam · 22 replies
    Mlive.com ^ | 11-25-2014 | Mark Torregrossa
    Mark Torregrossa November 24, 2014 Ice is already starting to develop on Michigan's Great Lakes. This is the earliest ice on some of the Great Lakes in at least 40 years. According to the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, on November 20, 2014, three of Michigan's Great Lakes had ice starting to form. Lake Superior and Lake Michigan were one-half percent ice covered, while Lake Huron had one percent ice. Lake Erie was not reporting any ice as of Nov. 20, 2014. Decent early season ice coverage records date back to 1973. Last Friday was the earliest date that all...
  • Historic Global Temperature Drop Predicted

    11/24/2014 5:17:23 AM PST · by dontreadthis · 73 replies
    Space and Science Research Corporation ^ | November 20, 2014 | Press Release
    The Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC) announces today an important set of climate change predictions dealing with the coming cold climate epoch that will dominate global temperatures for the next thirty years. According to analysis of the most reliable solar activity trends and climate models based on the Relational Cycle Theory (RC Theory), the SSRC concludes the following: 1. The Earth is about to begin a steep drop in global temperatures off its present global temperature plateau. This plateau has been caused by the absence of growth in global temperatures for 18 years, the start of global cooling in...
  • Gov. Cuomo critical of National Weather Service, says New York building its own forecasting system

    11/23/2014 9:56:58 AM PST · by mikrofon · 49 replies
    WKBW-TV ABC News ^ | 11:16 AM, Nov 23, 2014 | Gov. Cuomo critical of National Weather Service, says New York building its own forecasting system
    Gov. Cuomo expressed criticism for the National Weather Service and its forecast of the storm that ravaged the region in a news conference late Saturday.Cuomo said the NWS didn't indicate that the heavy snow bands would remain stationary and blast South Buffalo and the Southtowns with unprecedented snowfall.Cuomo indicated that's a big reason why New York is building its own weather forecasting system, that he states will be superior to any other state system in the country."No one had an idea that it was gonna be that much snow that fast. Snow coming down at the rate of about five...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary (11/22)

    11/22/2014 7:26:44 AM PST · by Excellence · 20 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | November 22, 2014 | Joe Bastardi
    Comparison of this winter with 1976. This November looks like, and may even be colder than, 1976. "When you know you have a similar pattern, you go to the similarities." The bottom line is, it's not global warming.