Hot March In 2012, Cold March In 2013, Obviously Both Are “Climate Change”

Because everything proves their cultish beliefs

(Climate Central) March is finally on its way out, but not before leaving its mark in the unusually cold and snowy weather that affected much of the U.S., Europe, and parts of Asia. The chilly weather has come courtesy of a stuck weather pattern that has repeatedly directed blasts of cold Arctic air southward, while leaving Greenland and northeastern Canada much warmer than average for this time of year.

Think of the Arctic as the Northern Hemisphere’s refrigerator. The blocked weather pattern — which some scientists think may be tied to the rapid warming of the Arctic and the subsequent loss of sea ice cover — has opened the refrigerator door, causing cold air to spill out of the freezer that is the Far North and help develop winter storms in the northern mid-latitudes. One such storm occupied much of the Northern Atlantic on Thursday, stretching from just south of Greenland all the way east to Ireland and Spain.

The cold weather this month has been in stark contrast to last March, when an unprecedentedly long-lasting and intense early spring heat wave sent temperatures soaring into the 80s all the way to the U.S. border with Canada.

Ice Age Now calls the current Warmist talking point about global warming causing massive cold and snow a load of crap. Real Science notes a 35:1 ratio of cold to hot records. Anyhow, first the climate astrologers were telling us that the jet stream was staying northwards because of “climate change”. Now they tell us that it has come further south than normal because of “climate change”. I suppose the warmth has also seen Alaska’s climate go down 2.4 degrees F over the past 10 years.

In the UK they are concerned about people freezing to death, I guess because of all the warmth, if we use the Warmist prognostication.

I can also guarantee, using my super duper computer models (no, you aren’t allowed to see the raw data or methodology), that the minute it starts getting warm the climate astrologers will tell us that the “melting Arctic” is causing it to get warm. All because you drove an SUV and refused to turn your lights out for 1 hour this year.

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5 Responses to “Hot March In 2012, Cold March In 2013, Obviously Both Are “Climate Change””

  1. john says:

    So looks like people have a clear choice here. On one hand we have the New Ice Age wack jobs saying the world is going to turn into an ice cube, and on the other hand we have the US Navy saying that the climate is going to continue getting hotter.
    I think I’ll go with the navy guys.

  2. gitarcarver says:

    We do have a clear choice john. We can go with science, or we can go wiyh women hating, military hating, people of faith hating, thieves who want other peoples money, and troll like you.

  3. john says:

    wow so last winter was COLD Brrrrr geee teach i guess that proves that………… hey wait a minute !!! Feb was the 9th coldest feb on the planet that was ever recorded. http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/2013/2
    Teach how about posting how March ranks when those numbers come out in April.?

  4. Because that wouldn’t matter, John, as that is not what I was saying. Nor does any of what you’re writing prove anthropogenic causation.

  5. Gumball_Brains says:

    So john, you are now claiming that a warming world is global warming, but also that a world with more record cold days is also due to man-caused global warming?

    You can’t have it both ways john.

    You make fun of non-existent people who are supposedly announcing a new ice age, but then come back and announce that the world has seen new record lows. Does that mean you are one of these New Ice Age Wack Jobs?

    Think of the Arctic as the Northern Hemisphere’s refrigerator. The blocked weather pattern — which some scientists think may be tied to the rapid warming of the Arctic

    So, global warming of the Arctic has caused it to be excessively cold?

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