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Another Cold December to March for Many Locations

Posted: 11/07/2008 - La Nina is gradually returning. The Multivariate ENSO Index (MEI) has dropped to -0.74 in October, well into weak La Nina territory. The tropical Pacific sea surface temperatures all the way from South America to beyond the dateline are back below normal. The North Pacific as a whole remains strongly in the cold mode (negative PDO). The Atlantic is weakly in its warm mode (Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation is positive). The sun recently showing slight signs of life is still at solar minimum levels. The winds in the stratosphere over the tropical Pacific are blowing anomalously westerly) in their Quasi Biennial Oscillation. All these conditions point to another cold winter in all but the southeastern United States.

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Fairbanks has 4th coldest October..North America early winter continues

Posted: 11/07/2008 - One of the coldest Octobers on record in the Alaskan interior has the Yukon River grinding to a halt and residents settling in for winter. October 2008 went down as Fairbanks’ fourth-coldest October on record since 1904..also in the lower 48 states, USAToday reported the season’s first major blizzard pounded the Dakotas and parts of Wyoming and Nebraska Thursday with wind gusts approaching 80 mph.

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Naturalist Shunned by BBC for His Climate Views

Updated: 11/07/2008 - For years, David Bellamy was one of the best known faces on TV. A respected botanist and the author of 35 books, he had presented around 400 programmes over the years and was appreciated by audiences for his boundless enthusiasm. Yet for more than 10 years he has been out of the limelight, shunned by bosses at the BBC where he made his name, as well as fellow scientists and environmentalists. His crime? Bellamy says he doesn’t believe in man-made global warming.

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Over-Hyping of CO2 and Global Climate Threats

Posted: 11/05/2008 - William Gray and many of his colleagues with comparable weather forecasting experience do not believe that CO2 gas emissions are anywhere near the threat to global climate as the environmental and liberal media groups have led us to believe.

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What's a derecho?

Posted: 11/03/2008 - A derecho (pronounced similar to "deh-REY-cho" in English) is a widespread and long lived windstorm that is associated with a band of rapidly moving showers or thunderstorms.

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November Storms

Posted: 11/03/2008 - Last Month of Hurricane Season

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Humans warming the Polar regions?...Upon further review, maybe not

Posted: 11/03/2008 - Scientists use climate models to determine the causes of climate change in the two polar regions, finding that only when they included human influences could they explain the rise in temperatures in both areas. However, other scientists show climate models are extremely limited tools in trying to mimic what happens in nature. Also, the report looks largely at the Antarctic peninsula - which makes up only TWO per cent of the continent - and the eastern and western coastal regions, where they have found warming. The Antarctica continent itself is cooling. The report focuses on temperature changes going back to 1900 and up to the present, but doesn’t include earlier periods when areas in the Arctic were actually warmer than they are today and were not affected by man-made greenhouse gases.

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Alabama Tornadoes

Posted: 11/03/2008 - IThe National Weather Service says ts been a record year for tornadoes in Alabama.

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Ecosystem should rebound after hurricanes

Posted: 11/02/2008 - This year's devastating hurricane season killed millions of fish and turned many of Louisiana's green marshlands into brown and dead expanses, but overall the state's abundant ecosystem should manage to rebound, according to new reports by state biologists.

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