25 June 2009

This Is Cool

6 comments:

Hey Skipper said...

You beat me to it.

Gaw said...

...and presumably cooling. A few more of these and global cooling will be what everyone's worried about.

Hey Skipper said...

The Anchorage area is approaching two years of nearly continuous below average temperatures.

We got snow in the local mountains at about the five thousand foot level last night.

There are no mosquitoes for our Mosquito Magnet -- overnight temps are too cold.

In 2008, the depth of the icepack in SE AK increased by 20 feet, the first increase in recorded history.

Just as AGW predicted.

David said...

The current inter-glacial period is a little older than the average.

Hey Skipper said...

I hope it continues.

Whether they know it or not, Warmenists would be much happier in a world 2C warmer than it is now, rather than the other way around.

Gaw said...

I'm confused now. Should we be providing tax incentives for volcanoes or no?