Global warming, innit?

Weather tracker: temperatures plunge to -45C in parts of Russia

8 thoughts on “Global warming, innit?”

  1. Bloke in North Dorset

    Now its catastrophic climate change. Its only catastrophic global warming in northern hemisphere summers.

  2. It may reach the UK by Wedn….. pffffrrrttt….

    Only by the most extreme predictions as a remote possibility. For the next week the UK is slated by more conservative estimates to keep to the usual and quite average Wet and Soggy.

    But that will not suit the Graun’s Narrative, innit?

  3. This is good from the article though: “While demand for energy will increase because of the low temperatures, the low amounts of sunshine, below average wind and reduced precipitation mean that energy produced by renewable sources will be well below normal”.

    Ha,ha,ha,ha.

    In another example of staving off the coming climate emergency / crisis / catastrophe, France have just restarted a coal fired power plant.
    Don’t they care about the planet???

  4. Interestingly, the climate prediction folks are having a postmortem on how they missed the prediction on the North Atlantic hurricane season so badly. It seems that their model didn’t include some effects that suppressed hurricane formation.

    Oh well, back to the drawing board. Mind you the the climate predictions for the next 50 years are still spot on. /S

  5. -45C is quite normal in parts of Russia this time of year…..

    Indeed, I think it has to get below -55C before they keep the kids home from school.

  6. I was in the Yukon this time last year and it hit -54 while I was there, I guess it would depend which parts of Russia you were talking about, this year it’s a balmy -32 so maybe that’s global warming

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