Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Day That Not a Single Snowflake Hit My House

On a day when I had already accepted that my location near Greenwich Cove in Rhode Island would not be favored for snow, I had nonetheless looked forward to the inevitable interludes of wet flakes mixing in here or there. … Continue reading

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UNISYS pulls down map showing dramatic ocean cooling

Many around the climate blogosphere have noted that UNISYS’ recent sea surface temperature anomalies were showing radically different values from various NOAA products. I decided to reach out to UNISYS directly to find out what might be behind the discrepancies, … Continue reading

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