UN agency: 2012 warmer than normal despite La Nina

Nov 28, 2012 Full story: Lincoln Daily News 13

Despite early cooling from La Nina, 2012 is on track to become one of the top 10 hottest years on record, with the U.S. experiencing extreme warmth and Arctic Sea ice shrinking to its lowest extent, the U.N. weather agency said Wednesday.

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“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#1 Nov 28, 2012
Now that one IS interesting.

The climate mode changed from #2 (fixed seasonal monsoonal), to #3 E. travelling monsoonal roots with non seasonal monsoonal flows & squall lines) in April 2012.

Also note that the insolation rate is higher now (hence the mode change) following the 2 1/2 years of a small blank sun resulting from the solar superminimum.

Now expecting a weak El Nino event as a result of climate mode#3 wrapping around from its initial emergence in April 2012 over the Asia/pacific hot pool.

My side of the pond currently sitting in N. Temperate rainbelt as a result of the climate mode change, & locals till with wet feet.
My house is on a hill & is definitely flood proof and insured & up for sale,(emigrating to France and have been since adverse infuence of UK labour party on my career + silly name given as seen in avatar name tag.

Next year likely to be fun,(particularly as bulk of local labour party's finest living on local river floodplain).

Have a nice day Ag
PHD

Overton, TX

#2 Nov 28, 2012
More like La mumbo jumbo. The experts forecasted cold and dry. They changed there forecast to warmer than expected in the South tomorrow. Will keep you informed by the old method of forecast. That would be sticking ones head out the window.

“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#3 Dec 3, 2012
PHD wrote:
More like La mumbo jumbo. The experts forecasted cold and dry. They changed there forecast to warmer than expected in the South tomorrow. Will keep you informed by the old method of forecast. That would be sticking ones head out the window.
That one definitely works in the short term.

Have a nice day: Ag
PHD

Overton, TX

#4 Dec 3, 2012
Adrian Godsafe MSc wrote:
<quoted text>
That one definitely works in the short term.
Have a nice day: Ag
Works better than the expert climate weather forecaster can predict. Ask the people in Northern Cal. The experts predicted a normal precept season. Well the bright side is they have less beach front property or less. You have a great day.

“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#5 Dec 3, 2012
PHD wrote:
<quoted text>Works better than the expert climate weather forecaster can predict. Ask the people in Northern Cal. The experts predicted a normal precept season. Well the bright side is they have less beach front property or less. You have a great day.
Hmm. That reminds me...

Weak El Nino should be arriving late Dec. How went the Pineapple express?(it was not on CNN coverage).

Have a nice day: Ag
PHD

Overton, TX

#6 Dec 3, 2012
Adrian Godsafe MSc wrote:
<quoted text>
Hmm. That reminds me...
Weak El Nino should be arriving late Dec. How went the Pineapple express?(it was not on CNN coverage).
Have a nice day: Ag
Should arrive keeps you safe from admitting to climate change weather errors.So the pineapple express would be? Again you have a great safe day.
LessHypeMoreFact

Toronto, Canada

#7 Dec 3, 2012
PHD wrote:
<quoted text>climate change weather errors.
Clearly this troll or spammer doesn't know the difference between climate and weather. You just have to put up with such dim bulbs and ignore their posts.
PHD

Overton, TX

#8 Dec 4, 2012
LessHypeMoreFact wrote:
<quoted text>
Clearly this troll or spammer doesn't know the difference between climate and weather. You just have to put up with such dim bulbs and ignore their posts.
Well than explain to all with your own work the difference between climate and weather. Troll turn on a brighter light and look in the mirror you will find the biggest troll or spammer available.
LessHypeMoreFact

Toronto, Canada

#9 Dec 4, 2012
Adrian Godsafe MSc wrote:
<quoted text>
Hmm. That reminds me...
Weak El Nino should be arriving late Dec. How went the Pineapple express?(it was not on CNN coverage).
Have a nice day: Ag
Interesting thing. The Pineapple Express is now revealed as one example of the class 'atmospheric river'. It has the potential to create biblical flood level events in California (40 days and 40 nights of rain like in 1861)..

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observati...
or http://tinyurl.com/cljnsh5
LessHypeMoreFact

Toronto, Canada

#10 Dec 4, 2012
PHD wrote:
<quoted text>Well than explain to all with your own work the difference between climate and weather.
And you just confirmed that you don't know.

I can give you a hint. Climate is metadata about weather. That is, it contains higher level 'structures' of how weather evolves from specific conditions while weather is what happens under real-time proximate causes.

But that probably went over your head too.
PHD

Overton, TX

#11 Dec 4, 2012
LessHypeMoreFact wrote:
<quoted text>
And you just confirmed that you don't know.
I can give you a hint. Climate is metadata about weather. That is, it contains higher level 'structures' of how weather evolves from specific conditions while weather is what happens under real-time proximate causes.
But that probably went over your head too.
So weather is climate and climate is weather. I know too much for you to comprehend ahh much more over your head. If I wanted a proximate analysis I would have asked the Less than a Box of Rocks AKA "tina.

“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#12 Dec 5, 2012
LessHypeMoreFact wrote:
<quoted text>
Interesting thing. The Pineapple Express is now revealed as one example of the class 'atmospheric river'. It has the potential to create biblical flood level events in California (40 days and 40 nights of rain like in 1861)..
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observati...
or http://tinyurl.com/cljnsh5
Hmm. saw that one.

Appears to be a classical monsoonal flow rooted in an oceanic hot pool.

Currently marke the location of the Asia-Pacific hot pool that should with continued E. drift become the El Nino hot pool.

Nice to see a pic of its current location. This hot pool also responsible for the Philippine typhoon Bopha (which has just acted like a classical nice South African){will need to see "spitting image" classic comedy to see the song of same title}.
Same atmospheric river will arrive in Gulf states via S. Mexico & up E. seaboard when El Nino arrives.

Have a nice day: Ag
PHD

Overton, TX

#13 Dec 5, 2012
More La mumbo jumbo. The experts forecasted hot and dry. They changed there forecast to cold. Will keep you informed by the old method of forecast. That would be sticking ones head out the window.

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