Articles Tagged: Arctic

Summer Snow to Greet Obama on Alaska Climate Trip

When President Obama visits Alaska this week to campaign for a new international agreement to fight global warming climate change, Alaska will be experiencing colder than normal weather and forecast summer snows, as seen in this WeatherBell.com graphic of forecast total snowfall by Friday: Besides this latest example of the Gore Effect, the dirty little […]

Ice Amazingly Persists in Hudson and James Bay

While the world frets over global warming, sea ice amazingly persists as far south as James Bay in Canada–not much farther north than Maine–as seen in this NASA color satellite image of swirling ice patterns from yesterday, August 8, 2015 (click for full size): Two weeks ago it was reported that the worst mid-summer ice […]

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