Hmm, lähti meidänkin kylältä lentokenttämittaus ettei vaan saada pakkasennätyksiä, jäjelle jätetty ydinkeskustassa sijaitseva rautatieaseman mittapiste näyttää talvisin 2-3 astetta suurempia lämpötiloja.
Lisäksi ITL hävitti tiedotteensa, miksi?
PS: Saksassa meteorologian laitoksella alkanut ainakin Thomas Globig:lla mennä hermo heikoksi
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It is already clear: the average temperatures in Germany this year (8.1 degrees Celsius) were 0.2 degrees below the long term measured average of 8.3 degrees. "I fear we will end up still significantly lower by the end of the year", said Globig. The long-term average is actually the average of all German stations from 1961 to 1990.
In Berlin, there was an absolute cold record in early December, "For 100 years it had not been as cold as in the first decade of December," said Globig. This also applied to other regions. But why is it so cold just now? Might it have anything to do with climate change? "I'm very sceptical", replied Globig. A few years ago when we had a period of mild winters many climate scientists warned that winter sport in Germany's low mountain ranges would soon no longer be possible anymore because of global warming. "Now they are saying: the cold winters are a consequence of global warming - a questionable implication," according to Globig.
Many had succumbed to the delusion that the usually mild winters of the past ten years would continue. But already the winter 2009/2010 - with its long periods of frost and snow well into spring – was an eye-opening event for many. "This eye-opening experience could be even bigger this year," predicts Globig.
"These changes in the so-called 'Atlantic Oscillation' are totally normal - just hard to predict in detail," explains Globig.
The low temperatures could very well go on a few years, maybe decades. Even more icy cold could be possible. „It has happened before, and can be explained with natural climate variability," said Globig. We could even be at the beginning of a Little Ice Age, "the probability is at least given."
"I think it is even conceivable that the Arctic ice spreads significantly in the years to come," said Globig. The impact of solar activity on climate has been criminally underestimated for a long time.
one thing now appears to be very likely for the weather expert, "We will have to abandon some climate forecasts. “http://climaterealists.com/index.php?id=6859