Tag Archives: cold

How to Measure Temperature in the Arctic — the Lesser of Two Evils

As has been well covered by Steve Goddard on WUWT, the “interpretation” of Arctic conditions by NASA/GISS is based on astonishingly little data north of 80 degrees latitude, which is to say no data at all. As the Danish Meteorological … Continue reading

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How Is the Weather Where You Are?

I started this blog for two reasons. The first was to organize my own thinking on the subject of weather and climate. The second was to create a space in which other people who care about such things might comment … Continue reading

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Cold Feet

  I remember playing frisbee one afternoon duration orientation week in the fall of 1983. I had just come back from my freshman trip, which practically all incoming Dartmouth students go on. Mine was a two-day canoeing trip near the New … Continue reading

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Not ready to say goodbye to winter

The coldest place in the United States the morning after I started the new blog was Ambler, Alaska, where the temperature was -36 Fahrenheit. This evening, at 5:49 p.m. local time, the temperature was a balmy -24. According to Weather … Continue reading

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