Nighttime heat waves on the increase in Pacific NW

Jul 22, 2013 Full story: NorCalBlogs

More examples of the nighttime heat sink effect of UHI. Asphalt, concrete, bricks and other infrastructure holds the energy from daytime solar insolation and releases it at night as LWIR.

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AlexR

Veneta, OR

#1 Jul 23, 2013
And this wasn't also a predicted and observed effect (not just in urban areas) of the human-amplified greenhouse effect? As far as I can tell, WUWT is not a trusted source when it comes to climate analysis, considering that it's operator is a former TV meteorologist (not climatologist) who hasn't published any successfully peer-reviewed original climate research.

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