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28-02-2018 23:46
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[b]litesong wrote: The FAB
(2) heat, tossed into the High Arctic from southern climes, is now being radiated to space from its record 6-7degC (?) over-temperature, compared to other over-temperature records at the High Arctic's coldest February time. The vast cold region, which has been on almost all of Canada & presently extended to western continental U.S. & Alaska during these winter months, is extending into the High Arctic. Already sharp temperature drops in FAB
(2) are occurring. Further FAB
(2) temperature drops can be expected, possibly even with the potential to extinguish FAB
(2)! The contention between cold fronts generally caused by 5+ months of complete darkness, & warm north-driven fronts invading the High Arctic is on-going.
Yes, continued temperature drops now occur, with FAB
(2) dropping more, this time to "only" 8degC above average. Again, possible further temp decreases may continue.
02-03-2018 22:40
litesong
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litesong wrote:
litesong wrote: The FAB
(2) heat, tossed into the High Arctic from southern climes, is now being radiated to space from its record 6-7degC (?) over-temperature, compared to other over-temperature records at the High Arctic's coldest February time. The vast cold region, which has been on almost all of Canada & presently extended to western continental U.S. & Alaska during these winter months, is extending into the High Arctic. Already sharp temperature drops in FAB
(2) are occurring. Further FAB
(2) temperature drops can be expected, possibly even with the potential to extinguish FAB
(2)! The contention between cold fronts generally caused by 5+ months of complete darkness, & warm north-driven fronts invading the High Arctic is on-going.
Yes, continued temperature drops now occur, with FAB
(2) dropping more, this time to "only" 8degC above average. Again, possible further temp decreases may continue.
FAB
(2) is very close, if it hasn't reached 200 days of existence. In less than a year & a half, there have been two FAB
()'s that have reached 200 days in length. Since 1958, no other continuous High Arctic over-temperature periods have been 200+ days in length. A handful(?) of continuous High Arctic over-temperature periods have been over 100 days in length, & those, only within the last 10-15 years(?). During the late 1950's & early '60s, High Arctic over-temperature periods have been 30 to 40 days in length.
06-03-2018 04:50
litesong
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FAB
(2) has now fallen to 5degC over High Arctic average temperature. Meanwhile:
The maximum Arctic sea ice extent for the past 3 years have been UNDER 14 million square kilometers. The present Arctic sea ice extent is rapidly approaching the time AND has a good chance of ALSO remaining UNDER a maximum of 14 million square kilometers. No other years back to the 1980's have been under a maximum of 14 million square kilometers, but some of the years have had maximums 2 million square kilometers greater than recent maximums.
It is good that many AGW denier liar whiners state that the Earth is cooling.
06-03-2018 14:36
litesong
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Lots of cold fronts in the Northern Hemisphere & some in the High Arctic, tho a smaller-sized, but strong warm front covers the North Pole. Nevertheless, the Present High Arctic Berserker(2) or FAB
(2) slips below 5degC over the average temperature.While the FAB
(2) has now passed 200 days of existence, at such a low over-temperature, FAB
(2) is in danger of extinction.
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