Nighttime heat waves on the increase ...

Nighttime heat waves on the increase in Pacific NW

There are 1 comment on the NorCalBlogs story from Jul 22, 2013, titled Nighttime heat waves on the increase in Pacific NW. In it, NorCalBlogs reports that:

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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Eugene, 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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