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30-11-2017 16:53
litesong
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litesong wrote: At this point, Present High Arctic Berserker(2), or FAB
(2) appears to have reached 100 days in length, which was predicted ~ 40+ days ago. We'll see how long FAB
(2) continues into triple digit days, such a period during the late 1950's & early '60's, that continuous High Arctic over-temperatures did not sustain, except to only ~ 40%.
For many years, old sick silly sleepy sleezy slimy steenkin' filthy vile reprobate rooting (& rotting) racist pukey proud pig AGW denier LIAR whiners & many time (plus 1) threateners never mention Present Arctic Sea Ice Berserkers, PHABs or FABs. Even when one of their lesser ilk, AGW denier liar whiner, "i b da no sigh-ants mann" was presenting "cool" art work, trying to deride my mentions of FABs, none of the old sick silly sleepy sleezy slimy steenkin' filthy vile reprobate rooting (& rotting) racist pukey proud pig AGW denier LIAR whiners & many time (plus 1) threateners mentioned FABs. They haven't even mentioned this 'small" one, the Present Sea Ice Berserker(2) or FAB
(2), which had potential to spiral in & come to an end early in its life (& almost did). & of course, AGW denier liar whiners won't mention FAB
(2), that it is over 100 days of existence, 2.5 times greater than High Arctic over-temperatures of the late 1950's & early '60's AND has a good(?) chance to reach 3 times the mid-50's max.
02-12-2017 10:18
litesong
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litesong wrote:
litesong wrote: At this point, Present High Arctic Berserker(2), or FAB
(2) appears to have reached 100 days in length, which was predicted ~ 40+ days ago. We'll see how long FAB
(2) continues into triple digit days, such a period during the late 1950's & early '60's, that continuous High Arctic over-temperatures did not sustain, except to only ~ 40%.
For many years, old sick silly sleepy sleezy slimy steenkin' filthy vile reprobate rooting (& rotting) racist pukey proud pig AGW denier LIAR whiners & many time (plus 1) threateners never mention Present Arctic Sea Ice Berserkers, PHABs or FABs. Even when one of their lesser ilk, AGW denier liar whiner, "i b da no sigh-ants mann" was presenting "cool" art work, trying to deride my mentions of FABs, none of the old sick silly sleepy sleezy slimy steenkin' filthy vile reprobate rooting (& rotting) racist pukey proud pig AGW denier LIAR whiners & many time (plus 1) threateners mentioned FABs. They haven't even mentioned this 'small" one, the Present Sea Ice Berserker(2) or FAB
(2), which had potential to spiral in & come to an end early in its life (& almost did). & of course, AGW denier liar whiners won't mention FAB
(2), that it is over 100 days of existence, 2.5 times greater than High Arctic over-temperatures of the late 1950's & early '60's AND has a good(?) chance to reach 3 times the mid-50's max.
As has been the widening wont of weather during low & no occurrences of direct solar heat in the High Arctic, the "low rpm over idle" High Arctic heat is currently ~ 6degC over average temperature. The next few days' greatest change prediction is the short term strong Greenland Ice Sheet warming will cool to slightly under average temperature. We'll see if any Greenland Ice Sheet cooling will then be conducted into the High Arctic.
Edited on 02-12-2017 10:42
02-12-2017 14:12
litesong
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litesong wrote: The next few days' greatest change prediction is the short term strong Greenland Ice Sheet warming will cool to slightly under average temperature. We'll see if any Greenland Ice Sheet cooling will then be conducted into the High Arctic.
Probably not as much GIS cooling transported to the High Arctic, as past GIS warming.
02-12-2017 23:29
litesong
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litesong wrote: High Arctic temperatures... to 7degC over average temperatures. Present High Arctic Berserker(2), or FAB
(2) appears to have reached 100 days in length...
After dropping to 6degC over average temp, FAB
(2) is up to 8degC over average & ~ 105 days of existence.
Edited on 02-12-2017 23:31
03-12-2017 14:53
litesong
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litesong wrote:
litesong wrote: [quote]....the cold front over Northwestern Siberia is extending itself south deep into China.
.... The continuing north Siberian cold front is bordered by higher latitude warm fronts, both in eastern & western Siberia.
The continuing Siberian cold front that extended to China, now extends north, gaining the same latitude of the bordering warm fronts in western & eastern Siberia. With a present high pressure system on the North Pole, the expanding Siberian cold front may NOT extend into the High Arctic. But, it'll be interesting to see any further developments of the cold front.
04-12-2017 02:38
litesong
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litesong wrote:
litesong wrote: High Arctic temperatures... to 7degC over average temperatures. Present High Arctic Berserker(2), or FAB
(2) appears to have reached 100 days in length...
After dropping to 6degC over average temp, FAB
(2) is up to 8degC over average & ~ 105 days of existence.
FAB
(2) is up to 10+degC over average, as the warm front over Northwestern Siberia moves to the North Pole, making room for the central Siberian cold front to also move north.
Edited on 04-12-2017 02:50
06-12-2017 05:08
litesong
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litesong wrote:
litesong wrote:
litesong wrote: High Arctic temperatures... to 7degC over average temperatures. Present High Arctic Berserker(2), or FAB
(2) appears to have reached 100 days in length...
After dropping to 6degC over average temp, FAB
(2) is up to 8degC over average & ~ 105 days of existence.
FAB
(2) is up to 10+degC over average, as the warm front over Northwestern Siberia moves to the North Pole, making room for the central Siberian cold front to also move north.
FAB
(2) falls to ~ 7.5degC over average, as the central Siberian cold front sweeping to southeastern China, also widens east & west. The northwest Siberian warm front that moved into the High Arctic, is cooling, due to continued High Arctic darkness.
06-12-2017 20:44
litesong
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litesong wrote: FAB
(2) falls to ~ 7.5degC over average, as the central Siberian cold front sweeping to southeastern China, also widens east & west. The northwest Siberian warm front that moved into the High Arctic, is cooling, due to continued High Arctic darkness.
FAB
(2) falls to ~ 6+degC over average High Arctic temperature, as months of continuing darkness battles excess AGW energy being transported into the High Arctic.
07-12-2017 23:19
litesong
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litesong wrote: FAB
(2) falls to ~ 6+degC over average High Arctic temperature, as months of continuing darkness battles excess AGW energy being transported into the High Arctic.
FAB
(2) falls to ~ 5+degC over average High Arctic temperature, as large areas of the High Arctic fall to average temperatures, due to continuing 24 hours of darkness. Plus, the strengthening large cold front in mid-to-western Siberia may be leaking cold into the High Arctic.
10-12-2017 08:19
litesong
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litesong wrote: FAB
(2) falls to ~ 5+degC over average High Arctic temperature, as large areas of the High Arctic fall to average temperatures, due to continuing 24 hours of darkness. Plus, the strengthening large cold front in mid-to-western Siberia may be leaking cold into the High Arctic.
FAB
(2) rises to ~ 7degC over average High Arctic temperature.
12-12-2017 13:05
litesong
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litesong wrote:
litesong wrote: FAB
(2) falls to ~ 5+degC over average High Arctic temperature, as large areas of the High Arctic fall to average temperatures, due to continuing 24 hours of darkness. Plus, the strengthening large cold front in mid-to-western Siberia may be leaking cold into the High Arctic.
FAB
(2) rises to ~ 7degC over average High Arctic temperature.
Present High Arctic Berserker (2), PHAB(2), or FAB
(2) rises to ~ 8degC over average High Arctic temperature. High Arctic over-temperatures for the late 1950's to early '60's were ~ 30 to 40 days. FAB
(2) is now ~ 110 days in length & closing in on half the length of FAB
(1).
13-12-2017 06:15
litesong
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(2041)
FAB
(2) rises to ~ 9degC over average High Arctic temperature.
Edited on 13-12-2017 06:16
14-12-2017 21:37
litesong
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(2041)
litesong wrote:FAB
(2) rises to ~ 9degC over average High Arctic temperature.
FAB
(2) falls to ~ 7degC over average High Arctic temperature.
16-12-2017 00:26
litesong
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(2041)
litesong wrote:
litesong wrote:FAB
(2) rises to ~ 9degC over average High Arctic temperature.
FAB
(2) falls to ~ 7degC over average High Arctic temperature.
FAB
(2) falls to ~ 5degC over average High Arctic temperature.
17-12-2017 00:05
litesong
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(2041)
litesong wrote: FAB
(2) falls to ~ 5degC over average High Arctic temperature.
Present High Arctic Berserker (2), PHAB
(2), or FAB
(2) falls to just under 5degC over average High Arctic temperature. High Arctic over-temperatures for the late 1950's to early '60's were ~ 30 to 40 days. FAB
(2) high temperatures now are 110+ straight days in length & almost half the length of FAB
(1). Strong cold, but stronger warm fronts edge near the Arctic Circle, spilling their effects into the High Arctic.
Edited on 17-12-2017 00:09
17-12-2017 15:19
litesong
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(2041)
litesong wrote:
litesong wrote: FAB
(2) falls to ~ 5degC over average High Arctic temperature.
Present High Arctic Berserker (2), PHAB
(2), or FAB
(2) falls to just under 5degC over average High Arctic temperature. High Arctic over-temperatures for the late 1950's to early '60's were ~ 30 to 40 days. FAB
(2) high temperatures now are 110+ straight days in length & almost half the length of FAB
(1). Strong cold, but stronger warm fronts edge near the Arctic Circle, spilling their effects into the High Arctic.
Present High Arctic Berserker (2) or FAB
(2) falls to ~ 4degC over average High Arctic temperature. A smaller cold "patch" anomaly is establishing itself close to the North Pole & driving average High Arctic temperatures down. Further decreases in anomalous temperature may put the life of FAB
(2) at risk, altho predictions for the next few days indicate a slight warming. We'll see.
Edited on 17-12-2017 15:31
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