Tag Archives: cold

Texas, Rain, and 1500 Year Cycles

Some thoughts on Texas droughts and floods and the 1500 year cycle of cold plunges. Continue reading

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Polar Night Jet and UV Driven Albedo

Does less UV and a shorter atmospheric height lead to a flattened and wider polar outflow (polar vortex) and put colder air in contact with warmer moist subtropical air, leading to an increase in cloud cover and temperate zone albedo changes? Continue reading

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Raining, AGAIN, in San Jose, in May, In A Drought

Yet More Rain in San Jose, in late spring, in a drought. Continue reading

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A Small Rant On Cold Famine Hype

A short rant on the topic of a modest cooling leading to catastrophe in the food production sector. Continue reading

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Fascinating Solar, AO, QBO, Cold NH Winter link

A pointer to a site and paper talking about a correlation between low solar output and cold northern hemisphere weather, plus a link to a possible connected mechanism. Continue reading

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