December 2009: 4th or 8th warmest December on record

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 17. tammikuuta 2010 klo 02:38 (GMT)

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The globe recorded its eighth warmest December since record keeping began in 1880, and 2009 tied with 2006 as the fifth warmest year on record, according to NOAA's National Climatic Data Center. NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies rated December 2009 as the 4th warmest December on record, and the year 2009 tied with 2007 as the second warmest year on record. NOAA rated December 2009 ocean temperatures as the 2nd warmest on record, next to 1997, and land temperatures as the 31st warmest on record. The anomalously cool conditions over much of northern Asian and North American land areas may be associated with the near record December snow cover extent over Northern Hemisphere land areas--2nd most on record, behind 1985. Snow cover records go back to 1967. The December global satellite-measured temperatures for the lowest 8 km of the atmosphere were the 7th warmest on record, according to the University of Alabama Huntsville and RSS data sets.


Figure 1. Departure of temperature from average for December, 2009. Image credit: National Climatic Data Center.

One interesting note: the NASA global average temperature for 2009 was .57°C above average. NOAA's was .56°C above average. These temperatures were just .06°C below the all-time hottest year on record, 2005. The 11-year global sunspot cycle causes a variation of 0.1°C between the maximum and minimum of the solar cycle. We are currently at a deep minimum of the solar cycle, so we would have set a new global temperature record had we been at the maximum of the solar cycle. The other global temperature data set, the UK HadCRUT3 data, is not yet available for 2009. This data set is the one most often quoted by global warming skeptics, since it says that 1998 was the warmest year on record. However, HadCRUT3 fills in a huge area of missing data in the Arctic with the average temperature from the rest of the globe. This is bound to cause an underestimate of the global temperature, since the Arctic has warmed much more than the rest of the globe. The NASA and NOAA data sets fill in the missing data in the Arctic with data interpolated from the nearest stations in the Arctic, a procedure which is less likely to underestimate the global temperature.

December 2009: 14th coolest December on record for the U.S.
For the contiguous U.S., the average December temperature was 3.2°F below average, making it the 14th coolest December in the 115-year record, according to the National Climatic Data Center. The U.S. has been on quite a roller coaster of temperatures over the past three months--the nation recorded its third coldest October on record, followed by its third warmest November, followed by its 14th coolest December. The coolest December weather was in the Central U.S., where Nebraska had its eighth coolest December; Texas, Nevada, and Wyoming their ninth; and Montana and Utah their tenth coolest.

December 2009 was the 11th wettest December in U.S. history. It was a record wet month for Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland; 2nd wettest month on record for New Jersey; and the third wettest month on record for South Dakota, North Carolina, and Alabama. The Northwest U.S. was dry, with Washington experiencing its 11th driest December on record.

The year 2009: 35th warmest for the U.S.
For the entire year of 2009, it was the 35th warmest year in the contiguous U.S during the 115-year record. The coolest state was Nebraska, which had its 19th coolest year on record, and the warmest state was California, with its 16th warmest year on record. The driest state was Arizona, where 2009 ranked as the 4th driest year on record, while the wettest states were Illinois, Alabama, and Arkansas, who all had their 2nd wettest year on record.

U.S. tornado deaths: 2nd lowest on record
The year 2009 was below average for number of tornadoes, with a final tally around 1120 expected, compared to the 3-year average of 1297, according to the Storm Prediction Center. The 21 tornado deaths in 2009 was the 2nd lowest death toll in the 60-year record. Only 1986, with its 15 tornado deaths, saw fewer fatalities. The 60-year average annual death toll is 84.

U.S. drought
At the end of December, 6% of the contiguous United States was in severe-to-exceptional drought, which is well below average. The U.S. Drought Monitor shows no areas in the highest classification of drought--exceptional drought, and U.S. drought extent is close to its lowest value for the past ten years. The second highest category of drought, extreme drought, covers only a small region of northeast Arizona, and this will shrink over the remainder of January as much-needed rain falls across Arizona. About 43 percent of the contiguous United States had moderately-to-extremely wet conditions at the end of December, according to the Palmer Index (a well-known index that measures both drought intensity and wet spell intensity). This footprint is significantly larger than the long-term average.

Average U.S. fire activity in 2009
Significant fire activity occurred early in 2009, but wetter conditions across many parts of the nation as the year progressed, coupled with effective fire management, helped to restrain fire activity by mid-year. Despite the largest fire in Los Angeles County's (California) recorded history (Station fire), by the end of August the nationwide acreage burned by wildfire was very near the 2000 - 2009 average, and thereafter declined below average. Based upon data provided by the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC), fire activity in 2009 ranked fifth highest (sixth lowest) out of the past decade in terms of number of fires, about 1 percent below the 2000 - 2008 average. Acres burned in 2009 were 14.5 percent below the 2000 - 2008 average, ranking seventh highest (fourth lowest) since 2000. Average fire size also ranked seventh highest out of the 2000 - 2009 period, at about 14 percent below average.

Strong El Niño conditions continue
Strong El Niño conditions continue over the tropical Eastern Pacific. Ocean temperatures in the area 5°N - 5°S, 120°W - 170°W, also called the "Niña 3.4 region", were at 1.6°C above average on January 10, just above the 1.5°C threshold for a strong El Niño, according to the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. The strength of El Niño has been roughly constant for the 9 weeks ending January 10. NOAA's Climate Prediction Center is maintaining an El Niño Advisory. Most of the El Niño models forecast that El Niño has peaked and will gradually weaken. Most of the models predict that El Niño conditions will last into early summer, but cross the threshold into neutral territory by the height of hurricane season.

December sea ice extent in the Arctic 4th lowest on record
December 2009 Northern Hemisphere sea ice extent was the 4th lowest since satellite measurements began in 1979 and slightly below December 2008 levels, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC). Only 2005, 2006, and 2007 saw lower December arctic sea ice extent. The weather pattern over the Arctic in December 2009 featured a strongly negative Arctic Oscillation (AO). This pattern tends to slow the winds that typically flush large amounts of sea ice out of the Arctic between Greenland and Iceland. In this way, a negative AO could help retain some the second- and third-year ice through the winter, and potentially rebuild some of the older, multi-year ice that has been lost over the past few years. However, the AO has increased significantly in January, and it is unclear what the net effect of the AO on sea ice transported out of the Arctic this winter will be.

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I'm at the 90th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society in Atlanta, Georgia, and will be making my next post from Atlanta on Tuesday.

Jeff Masters

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749. ElConando
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 19:52 (GMT)
No one seems to have posted for a while.
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748. hydrus
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 17:25 (GMT)
Quoting Floodman:


Good morning, kman! You have WUMail

So everyone is alright? Your family is alright and safe, yes?
Floodmaaaan!........Wuzzzz-up? Is it me or have we had a lot of earthquakes past couple years?
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747. hydrus
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 17:24 (GMT)
Quoting AussieStorm:

Would anyone like to know what my weather is going to be like for the rest of the week?
Let me take a guess, Cyclone Lawrence has re-intensified and is headed toward the coast for yet another landfall? JK...:)
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746. TampaTom
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 16:49 (GMT)
I am such a big fan of Cecil Adams and the Straight Dope. Today's article from the SD Science Advisory Board deals with Pat Robertson and his claim about a pact with the Devil. A very good read.

What's this "pact with the devil" that Pat Robertson says caused Haiti's woes?
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745. Floodman
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:52 (GMT)
Quoting kmanislander:
Our housekeeper just called Honduras and was told that the earthquake was felt all the way over there.



Good morning, kman! You have WUMail

So everyone is alright? Your family is alright and safe, yes?
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744. hurricane23
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:46 (GMT)
Quoting P451:


Relaxation of Atlantic wind shear?

Last season was a bad omen to me because so many systems tried to get going. Some persisting the in the face of elements that should have torn them apart before they even began.

Wind shear. Dry air. Dust/SAL. Mid level wind shear like we've never seen before.

Despite all that, as ragged as several looked, systems formed and tried to intensify.


I can only imagine what a devastating season it would have been if we had no wind shear or SAL or dry air to worry about.

You could tell last season wanted to POP and in a BIG WAY.

What if we have the same impulses but no limiting factors?

It won't be pretty.



Persistent eastcoast trof. If a ridge just happens to set up in the Western Atlantic at 500 mb during that period, there will likely be landfalls. If a trough sets up on or just off the east coast, any storms will not make landfall, except in the West Gulf. Just plain luck and chance. The long wave position is always changing, and rarely stays in one place more than 10-14 days.

adrian
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743. Skyepony (Mod)
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:45 (GMT)
new blog
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742. AussieStorm
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:43 (GMT)
Quoting ElConando:
Got down to 35 last night at Tallahassee airport. No reported temps below freezing.

Would anyone like to know what my weather is going to be like for the rest of the week?
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741. ElConando
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:37 (GMT)
Got down to 35 last night at Tallahassee airport. No reported temps below freezing.
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740. Skyepony (Mod)
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:32 (GMT)
atmo~ is right. Can't blame that cold snap on El Nino.
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739. kmanislander
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:29 (GMT)
Quoting CaneWarning:


I am glad there is no damage! Hopefully no injuries either!


I am on the Western end of Grand Cayman. The center was 40 miles ESE of my location but the rest of the island east of us was closer to it. Bodden Town was only 32 miles away from the center so there may well be some damage ( hopefully minor ) to structures further East of the Capitol.

I hope there are no injuries.
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738. atmoaggie
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:27 (GMT)
Quoting CybrTeddy:


Good riddance, it was way to cold in Florida.

Neutral with a slightly warm bias this year is my guess for Hurricane Season.

Actually, I wouldn't attribute the cold in the south to Nino. More of a bipolar vortex (my word for the dipole, given the hot there, cold there effect) and AO effect.
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737. Skyepony (Mod)
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:27 (GMT)
Dynamical models average more around June 1st for neutral.


As I had expected these models called the peak about 2 weeks early a few months back. I'll go with more mid June at the earliest for a return to neutral conditions, may could be closer to mid 'cane season as Masters suggests..

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736. CaneWarning
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:24 (GMT)
Quoting kmanislander:


Sure did. Our building felt like a ship at sea. Fortunately most structures here are very strong and our offices are in a modern steel building rated to Cat 5 conditions.

No damage to our offices or the building as far as I am aware.


I am glad there is no damage! Hopefully no injuries either!
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735. CybrTeddy
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:23 (GMT)
Quoting StormW:
Farewell...El Nino.




Good riddance, it was way to cold in Florida.

Neutral with a slightly warm bias this year is my guess for Hurricane Season.
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734. kmanislander
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:23 (GMT)
Quoting CaneWarning:


Did you feel it?


Sure did. Our building felt like a ship at sea. Fortunately most structures here are very strong and our offices are in a modern steel building rated to Cat 5 conditions.

No damage to our offices or the building as far as I am aware.
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732. stormwatcherCI
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:22 (GMT)
Quoting BahaHurican:
Did anyone hear about a Caymans earthquake????
No, I din't hear about it. I FELT IT. lol Not nice.
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731. RitaEvac
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:22 (GMT)
lol signs ahead for 2012
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730. CybrTeddy
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:20 (GMT)
There were several earthquakes in Yellowstone Today as well.

Jeez, its like the Earth is splitting apart.
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729. BahaHurican
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:20 (GMT)
I've been saying everybody in the Caribbean basin on a fault line should be looking out. Historical perspective shows earthquakes / volcanic activity happens in clusters, around the basin. I guess it's a stress-relief thing.
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728. stormwatcherCI
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:19 (GMT)
Quoting ElConando:


How are the buildings in the Caymans? a 5.8 could still damage some builds and destroy a few depending on how strong the building code is.
Very excellent building code here although there are quite a few buildings that are not up to code. I am already hearing reports of minor damages to some. Broken windows and ceiling fans comin down. Don't know what else yet.
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727. CaneWarning
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:17 (GMT)
Quoting kmanislander:
Our housekeeper just called Honduras and was told that the earthquake was felt all the way over there.



Did you feel it?
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726. BahaHurican
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:15 (GMT)
Magnitude 5.8
Date-Time Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 14:23:39 UTC
Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 09:23:39 AM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones

Location 19.021°N, 80.846°W
Depth 10 km (6.2 miles) set by location program
Region CAYMAN ISLANDS REGION
Distances 65 km (40 miles) ESE of GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands
315 km (195 miles) WNW of Montego Bay, Jamaica
350 km (215 miles) S of Cienfuegos, Cuba
750 km (465 miles) S of Miami, Florida

Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 5.1 km (3.2 miles); depth fixed by location program
Parameters NST=202, Nph=202, Dmin=360.5 km, Rmss=1.18 sec, Gp= 47°,
M-type=teleseismic moment magnitude (Mw), Version=6
Source USGS NEIC (WDCS-D)


Event ID us2010rrbc

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725. AussieStorm
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:15 (GMT)


Quoting stormwatcherCI:
5.8
Date-Time Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 14:23:39 UTC
Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 09:23:39 AM at epicenter

Location 19.021°N, 80.846°W
Depth 10 km (6.2 miles) set by location program
Region CAYMAN ISLANDS REGION
Distances 52 km (32 miles) ESE (123°) from Bodden Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
64 km (40 miles) ESE (119°) from GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands
72 km (45 miles) ESE (123°) from West Bay, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
351 km (218 miles) S (187°) from Cienfuegos, Cienfuegos, Cuba
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724. ElConando
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:15 (GMT)
Quoting kmanislander:
Good morning all

Well we just had a 5.8 earthquake here. Our office and the ones adjacent all evacuated the buildings but we are back in now. My firm is on the 4th Floor and the building was really rocking.

We will probably get a couple of aftershocks during the day.



How are the buildings in the Caymans? a 5.8 could still damage some builds and destroy a few depending on how strong the building code is.
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723. atmoaggie
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:15 (GMT)
Quoting StormW:


Well, I feel it's in a beginning waning stage. Given the very warm water we've seen at the sub-surface, could be a slow cool down. It could last that long, however I think we may reach NEUTRAL with a warm bias by APR/MAY. Even if it did hold until the beginning of the upcoming hurricane season, by the time the peak months arrive...well...you know.

I agree with all of this...

Sure is a far cry from some of our more alarming progs in this blog on this Nino.
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722. BahaHurican
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:14 (GMT)
Did anyone hear about a Caymans earthquake????
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720. CaneWarning
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:13 (GMT)
Quoting P451:


I too, think this way, and I hope my concerns are incorrect.

Stress released in one region means stress has built up in another and needs to be released.


That's my concern too. It could happen tomorrow (at least according to TWC.)
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719. CaneWarning
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:12 (GMT)
Oops, I see that was already announced.

I am seeing that the death toll is now 200,000.
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718. CaneWarning
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:11 (GMT)
There has been a 5.8 earthquake off the Cayman Islands.
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715. RitaEvac
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:06 (GMT)
California may be the big boom. They are beyond overdue and I believe one day soon that place is going to make Haiti look like a baby
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714. RitaEvac
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:04 (GMT)
It's all interconnected, Haiti and Dominican Republic should be on lookout
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713. kmanislander
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 15:02 (GMT)
Our housekeeper just called Honduras and was told that the earthquake was felt all the way over there.

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712. superpete
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:57 (GMT)
Quoting kmanislander:
Good morning all

Well we just had a 5.8 earthquake here. Our office and the ones adjacent all evacuated the buildings but we are back in now. My firm is on the 4th Floor and the building was really rocking.

We will probably get a couple of aftershocks during the day.


I was just at the marina/the main building & various sailboats in the yard shook pretty good for a few seconds there.
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711. WxLogic
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:57 (GMT)
Quoting stormwatcherCI:
5.8
Date-Time Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 14:23:39 UTC
Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 09:23:39 AM at epicenter

Location 19.021°N, 80.846°W
Depth 10 km (6.2 miles) set by location program
Region CAYMAN ISLANDS REGION
Distances 52 km (32 miles) ESE (123°) from Bodden Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
64 km (40 miles) ESE (119°) from GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands
72 km (45 miles) ESE (123°) from West Bay, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
351 km (218 miles) S (187°) from Cienfuegos, Cienfuegos, Cuba


The Caribbean appears to be a bit more active this year.
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710. TampaFLUSA
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:57 (GMT)
Quoting stormwatcherCI:
5.8
Date-Time Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 14:23:39 UTC
Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 09:23:39 AM at epicenter

Location 19.021°N, 80.846°W
Depth 10 km (6.2 miles) set by location program
Region CAYMAN ISLANDS REGION
Distances 52 km (32 miles) ESE (123°) from Bodden Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
64 km (40 miles) ESE (119°) from GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands
72 km (45 miles) ESE (123°) from West Bay, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
351 km (218 miles) S (187°) from Cienfuegos, Cienfuegos, Cuba

The Caribbean seems to be having a cause effect type earthquake since Haiti
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708. stormwatcherCI
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:54 (GMT)
Not Aas bad as the one in 2004 but still not nice. I am at work in the EE post office and it was really shaking up here. My granddaughter at JGHS said a fan came down in a classroom.
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707. kmanislander
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:52 (GMT)
Good morning all

Well we just had a 5.8 earthquake here. Our office and the ones adjacent all evacuated the buildings but we are back in now. My firm is on the 4th Floor and the building was really rocking.

We will probably get a couple of aftershocks during the day.

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705. stormwatcherCI
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:47 (GMT)
5.8
Date-Time Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 14:23:39 UTC
Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 09:23:39 AM at epicenter

Location 19.021°N, 80.846°W
Depth 10 km (6.2 miles) set by location program
Region CAYMAN ISLANDS REGION
Distances 52 km (32 miles) ESE (123°) from Bodden Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
64 km (40 miles) ESE (119°) from GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands
72 km (45 miles) ESE (123°) from West Bay, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
351 km (218 miles) S (187°) from Cienfuegos, Cienfuegos, Cuba
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704. hurricane23
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:46 (GMT)
Quoting atmoaggie:
Yet...



Still there, but losing it's intensity.


I'am still expecting a slightly above average year this season.
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703. taistelutipu
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:44 (GMT)
690. that is exactly the problem I was talking about during the last couple of winters in Finland. Even if it is colder in Southern and Central Finland, the problem lies in the North which is warming: when the permafrost soil in Lapland and also Northern parts of Russia melts, houses, roads and railroads get unstable, landslides can occur and polar animals migrate further North. If the extreme Northern parts of Europe and Russia warm further, living conditions will deteriorate because animals as well as humans depend on a stable permafrost soil. If it melts the whole region becomes a huge swamp uninhabitable for most species.

I think it was about two years ago that I read a paper in Finnish about the migration of certain species northwards during the last three decades or so. I would have to dig for it again to get a scientific opinion on the matter.

Whether we have global warming or not may be debatable but here we encounter a real threat: serious regional warming over the past decades which endangers unique habitats with their typical fauna and flora. The first effects can already be felt. And Northern Eurasia is not the only one suffering; I remember having read something about inhabitants in Northern Canada complaining about the melting of the permafrost soil rendering buildings and roads unstable. Was it in the comments on this blog or in one of the previous ones?
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702. WxLogic
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:44 (GMT)
If that El Nino trends continues... this HURR season might prove to be an active one compared to last year.
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701. WxLogic
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:42 (GMT)
Good morning...
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700. atmoaggie
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:38 (GMT)
Yet...



Still there, but losing it's intensity.
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699. NEwxguy
19. tammikuuta 2010 klo 14:29 (GMT)
Wow,Storm,that certainly is different from Dr.Masters blog thinking the El Nino would last right up until the beginning of hurricane season.
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