Record Breaking Weather Events

A firey end of the EarthDefiance sent me some important links: 400 ppm CO2 in the Arctic.  First time in 800,000 years too — and sure to be a LONG time before it goes back down.

Not just the Arctic either:  “Levels exceeding 400 ppm have been recorded this spring in Alaska, Greenland, Norway, and Iceland.”

Wall of Water Floods Montreal

Getting a bit wet up there, are we?  You could say that.

State of emergency up in Ontario.

Extreme rain batters Cuba, forcing mass evacuations.

How about a “Flash Drought“?  A new term to me.  Crop destroying heat.

Oklahoma declares a disaster, severe storms, tornadoes, hail.

Michigan also declares a state of disaster.

Wildfire shatters New Mexico records.

And Italy had another earthquake…  it’s getting downright biblical out there…


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2 thoughts on “Record Breaking Weather Events

  • June 1, 2012 at 2:28 pm

    And don’t forget Greenland:

    “The record books for Greenland’s climate were re-written on Tuesday, when the mercury hit 24.8°C (76.6°F) at Narsarsuaq, Greenland, on the southern coast. According to weather records researcher Maximiliano Herrera, this is the hottest temperature on record in Greenland for May, and is just 0.7°C (1.3°F) below the hottest temperature ever measured in Greenland.”

    • June 1, 2012 at 4:37 pm

      And don’t forget when you read the wunderground link that you read the “Why Greenland is important” section

      “Temperatures in Greenland are predicted to rise 3°C by 2100, to levels similar to those present during that warm period 120,000 years ago”

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