Monthly Archives: October 2011

Global cooling leads to Snowtober wipe-out in Connecticut

This is not your father’s Indian Summer.  Foliage still green – not orange and red – over a foot of snow.  Here’s the big picture, thanks to MODIS (snow and ice in red.) Me?  With Connecticut closed for business, I … Continue reading

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Global Cooling in the Stratosphere

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/upper-air/2010/13 Stratospheric temperatures (14 to 22 km / 9 to 14 miles above the surface) have been below average since the warming effects from the 1991 Mt. Pinatubo eruption dissipated in 1993. January-November 2010 was the 18th consecutive year with … Continue reading

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