2013 is 7th hottest year so far

2013 is 7th hottest year so far

There are 6 comments on the CBC News story from Nov 14, 2013, titled 2013 is 7th hottest year so far. In it, CBC News reports that:

The WMO said the first nine months of the year tied with the same period of 2003 as seventh warmest, with average global land and ocean surface temperatures 0.48A C above the 1961-1990 average.

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Everett, WA

#1 Nov 14, 2013
toxic topix AGW deniers crowed how Arctic sea ice gained 60%(in truth, only gained 15+%--now reduced to 13%) & their predictions of ever chillier ice age temperatures coming. However, temperatures have not retreated to early 20th century levels....... maybe not even the beginning of the 21st century. Yeah, toxic topix AGW deniers' timelines jump a lot.
No Warming

Athens, OH

#2 Nov 14, 2013
Will the year 1998 rank among the top 5 warmest years in 2018 ?

Everett, WA

#3 Nov 17, 2013
no warming wrote:
Will the year 1998 rank among the top 5 warmest years in 2018 ?
Heartland says, "2014 is the year many scientists believe an ice age,“mini” or full-scale will begin."
To do that the Earth has to reduce Earth temperatures below 21st century levels, then 1950 levels, then 1900 levels, then 19th century levels, then..........

Coming up---- 21 century levels! Ready......set......go........ I'll keep track in Will It, Won't It? Part 3!
Martin Nuke

Makati, Philippines

#4 Nov 17, 2013
When the oceans get to hot the conveyor belt system which circulates warm and cold waters in the ocean will stop and this is not a good thing. The effects would be North America, Europe, mainland Asia would have an ice age it will be frozen and many would freeze to death for many years and this also would trigger a major diaspora from the North to the equator area of the earth which would be very chaotic and crazy.
Martin Nuke

Makati, Philippines

#5 Nov 17, 2013
I also see a connection between the hottest year 2013 and the Typhoon Yolanda. Because of more carbon dioxide emited to the air the world becomes hotter and hotter and the ocean level also increase and becomes hotter triggering more violent typhoons so if 2014 would be a hotter expect for a storm stronger than Yolanda.

Quezon City, Philippines

#6 Nov 17, 2013
ive been enjoying the weather. been cooler here by the sea.
hottest yr i spent here was 2009

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