Red and Blue NOAA Worldwide Temperature Anomalie Map for July 2012 ( Where is all the Dark Blue ? )

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Sacramento Dave's picture
Sacramento Dave
Nov. 27, 2010 10:46 am


Why would you think there would be any Dark Blue in July? Especially with cherry picked 1981-2010 base line.

Capital1's picture
Jul. 31, 2012 7:38 am

Probably because pink and red are indicators of heat anomalies....not seasons.

The norm for any month would be light blue. The global map should be blue...not pink and red with a small scattering of light blue.

Fish in Missouri rivers have been washing up dead on river banks. it seems the water became too hot to support native fish life. In Missouri, that includes the heat-tolerant large mouth bass. It isn't the only mid-west state where that is occurring.

Once the pattern is set, don't bother buying a fishing license...or planting your farm.

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In Washington State a fierce debate has erupted over a ballot measure aimed at fighting climate change. As the reality of runaway climate change continues to sink in, the question of what do about it gets even more pressing.

We are not just dealing with the possibility of a few hotter days there - or a few nastier thunderstorms there.

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