From Michael Goldfarb at The Weekly Standard:
January Was Wicked Cold
How cold? Anthony Watts reports that the drop from January 2007 to January 2008 “appears to be the largest single year to year January drop for the entire GISS data set.”
Of course, we’re not likely to hear much about record breaking cold, but Watts goes on:
This is yet one more indication of the intensity of planet-wide cooler temperatures seen in January 2008, particularly in the Northern Hemisphere, which has seen record amounts of snow coverage extent as well as new record low surface temperatures in many places.
And the polar ice is thickening.
UPDATE (3:30 p.m.) Tomorrow’s forecast for Bismarck:
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