November 2010 1st or 2nd warmest on record; ZombieSat saga ends

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 3:50 PM GMT on December 24, 2010

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November 2010 was the globe's second warmest November on record, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Climatic Data Center (NCDC). NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies rated November 2010 the warmest November on record. Both NOAA and NASA rated the year-to-date period, January - November, as the warmest such period on record. Global satellite-measured temperatures for the lowest 8 km of the atmosphere for November were the 5th or 3rd warmest on record, according to Remote Sensing Systems and the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH), respectively. UAH rates the year-to-date period, January-November, as the 2nd warmest such period in the satellite data record, behind 1998. The record or near-record November global warmth is remarkable, given that we are in the midst of a moderate strength La Niña episode in the Eastern Pacific. The large amount of cold water that upwells to the surface during a La Niña typically causes a substantial cool-down in global temperatures, making a monthly temperature record difficult to set. November 2010 is the only "warmest month on record" as rated by NASA to occur during La Niña conditions. The November temperature record is all the more remarkable since we are near the minimum of the 11-year solar sunspot cycle. Global temperatures are cooler by about 0.1°C for the two years following a solar minimum, compared to global temperatures two years after solar maximum. Our current minimum in solar energy makes it much more difficult to set monthly global temperature records.

An average November for the U.S.
For the contiguous U.S., November was near-average in temperature, ranking as the 46th warmest November in the 116-year record, according to the National Climatic Data Center. The year-to-date period, January to November, was the 19th warmest such period on record. No states had a top-ten warmest or coldest November on record. November 2010 precipitation was also near average. Only Montana had a top-ten wettest November on record, and no states had top-ten driest November.

La Niña in the "moderate" category
The equatorial Eastern Pacific Ocean is currently experiencing moderate La Niña conditions. Sea surface temperatures (SSTs) over the tropical Eastern Pacific in the area 5°N - 5°S, 120°W - 170°W, also called the "Niña 3.4 region", were 1.4°C below average as of December 20, according to NOAA. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology put this number at 1.29°C below average (as of December 19.) Moderate La Niña conditions are defined as occurring when this number is 1.0°C - 1.5°C below average. Temperatures colder than 1.5°C below average qualify as strong La Niña conditions. NOAA is maintaining its La Niña advisory, and expects La Niña conditions to last through the coming winter into spring.

Both El Niño and La Niña events have major impacts on regional and global weather patterns. La Niña typically causes warm, dry winters over the southern portion of the U.S., with cooler and wetter than average conditions over the Pacific Northwest. The Ohio and Mississippi Valleys states typically have wetter winters than usual during La Niña events.

November 2010 Arctic sea ice extent 2nd lowest on record
Northern Hemisphere sea ice extent in November 2010 was the 2nd lowest in the 31-year satellite record behind 2006, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center. As of December 24, ice extent was the lowest on record for this time of year. Ice volume in November was the lowest on record, according to University of Washington Polar Ice Center.


Figure 1. Sea ice extent in the Arctic as measured by satellites. Beginning in mid-December, ice extent was at record low levels for this time of year. Image credit: University of Bremen.

Major atmospheric pattern shift coming
The unseasonably cold weather over Europe and the Eastern U.S. is due to break between Christmas and New Year's, as the atmosphere undergoes a major shift in its circulation. The very unusual high pressure region over the Arctic is forecast to break down and be replaced by the typical low pressure region we expect to see in winter. After recording some of its coldest temperatures in 17 years this week, the UK may well see record highs on New Year's Eve as a result of the pattern shift. The pattern shift should bring the Eastern U.S. above-normal temperatures during the last few days of 2010, and a major New Year's Eve snowstorm to Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.

The ZombieSat saga ends?
Last week, I blogged about ZombieSat, the rogue Galaxy-15 communications satellite that failed during a solar storm. ZombieSat has been spewing noise in the C-band microwave region that has been interfering with broadcasts from satellites in its path, including the key SES-1 satellite that relays most of the weather data wunderground and the National Weather Service uses. Within the next week, ZombieSat will close in on its sister satellite, Galaxy-16, which hosts the Public Radio Satellite Service (PRSS) feeds, among others. A few weeks ago, PRSS warned its customers (who include commercial stations as well as the nation's public broadcasters) that there would be a possibility of disruption to its services on or about December 26. But on Friday December 17, Intelsat announced that ZombieSat had lost its "lock" on Earth, resulting in a loss of power that caused the satellite's main interfering transponders to shut down. So it appears the ZombieSat saga is over, and a whole bunch of engineers and operations directors can enjoy Christmas weekend without worrying about a zombie satellite hanging 23,000 miles over their heads.

Happy holidays, everyone!

Jeff Masters

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713. Neapolitan
3:30 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting cat5hurricane:

Oh yeah, and CNN, MSNBC, and Al Gore's book are fair and balanced media outlets when it comes to GW.

Not quite.

Anyone who would use CNN, MSNBC, or Gore's book as their sole source of scientific--or, heck, any--information is just as guilty of willful ignorance as those who only watch Fox, only listen to Limbaugh, and only read WattsUpWithThat.

BTW: there's been a NEW BLOG ENTRY for nearly half an hour now...
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712. reedzone
3:30 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Remarkabl;e storm, one for the history books with a potential peak pressure of 962 mlb. May get a tad stronger and be tied with the 1993 Superstorm.
Waiting on the next surface map... Here's the impressive satellite shoot of the Superstorm.

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710. calusakat
3:09 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting Neapolitan:

The only thing shown clearly is that the entire "Climate-gate" mess was nothing more than a "scandal" manufactured by contrarians with the intent of casting doubt on the overwhelming evidence pointing to AGW. As has been explained many times here by MichaelSTL, Minnemike, and others, a number of committees and governmental groups dug very deeply into the controversy, and all found that, while some of the scientists involved sometimes acted in unprofessional ways, no tampering took place, no data was manipulated, and nothing was said or done that in any way reversed or even dampened the scientific consensus that AGW is happening. But I guess so long as some are convinced from their own in-depth investigations that the Science Assessment Panel, the UK Met Office, the Independent Climate Change Email Review, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and Penn State University were all wrong, this will always be a sticking point.

I often see reflected in comments here many of the same terms and talking points I see and hear on Fox, Rush Limbaugh, WattsUpWithThat, etc. I often wonder whether some people ever read anything on climate that comes from a scientific perspective, or if are they primarily interested in just the political side of things, and specifically that information which supports their beliefs.


I guess there is one small bit of a difference between what I write and what you write regarding East Anglia.

I read a lot of the leaks myself, obviously you did not.

They did exchange details about how they altered the data and why.

They did exchange views that the field data shouldn't be given to the general public for any reason.

They did exchange views that the computer programs and the underlying assumptions that tweaked the final conclusions, graphs etc were proprietary and that the public had no right to see any of it.

It is all there in the leaks, only thing is you have proven to us all that the truth is not part of your agenda.

Obviously you are simply apeing someone elses words. Apparently you haven't bothered to read the newspapers and listen to the media that major weather organizations admit to altering the data. Guess your ears are filled with AGW wax as well.

Keep up the yomans work of dishonoring scientists throughout the world in your blind mindless quest to support PhD spokepersons who have personal agendas. Mistaken agendas to boot.

The other side is finally awakening to the falsehood of AGW thanks to you.




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709. reedzone
3:02 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting CybrTeddy:


Yep. This is probably going to be the biggest storm of the year, much bigger than the ones from last decade. ('00-'09)


"Superstorm of 2010, Storm of the Decade"
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708. CybrTeddy
3:00 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting reedzone:


If you go by pressure, this is only 2 mlb. away from being tied with that storm! Sure, the effects are greater with the Superstorm of 1993, but if you go by pressure, they're both practically equal.


Yep. This is probably going to be the biggest storm of the year, much bigger than the ones from last decade. ('00-'09)
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707. Neapolitan
2:53 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting calusakat:

The East Anglia leaks show clearly that those same so-called scientists, PhD's included, all accepted the idea that it was okay to alter data. They also concurred that it was appropriate to prevent access to both the field data as well as the underlying computer programming data calling it proprietary.

The only thing shown clearly is that the entire "Climate-gate" mess was nothing more than a "scandal" manufactured by contrarians with the intent of casting doubt on the overwhelming evidence pointing to AGW. As has been explained many times here by MichaelSTL, Minnemike, and others, a number of committees and governmental groups dug very deeply into the controversy, and all found that, while some of the scientists involved sometimes acted in unprofessional ways, no tampering took place, no data was manipulated, and nothing was said or done that in any way reversed or even dampened the scientific consensus that AGW is happening. But I guess so long as some are convinced from their own in-depth investigations that the Science Assessment Panel, the UK Met Office, the Independent Climate Change Email Review, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and Penn State University were all wrong, this will always be a sticking point.

I often see reflected in comments here many of the same terms and talking points I see and hear on Fox, Rush Limbaugh, WattsUpWithThat, etc. I often wonder whether some people ever read anything on climate that comes from a scientific perspective, or if are they primarily interested in just the political side of things, and specifically that information which supports their beliefs.
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706. reedzone
2:51 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting CybrTeddy:
Almost looks like a Hurricane!


Still has nothing though IMO on the 1993 Superstorm.


Thanks for the explanation on Negative NAO STL!


If you go by pressure, this is only 2 mlb. away from being tied with that storm! Sure, the effects are greater with the Superstorm of 1993, but if you go by pressure, they're both practically equal.
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705. CybrTeddy
2:46 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Almost looks like a Hurricane!


Still has nothing though IMO on the 1993 Superstorm.


Thanks for the explanation on Negative NAO STL!
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703. reedzone
2:39 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Superstorm 2010, (Storm of the Decade)!!



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702. reedzone
2:32 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting CybrTeddy:
Negative NAO = colder weather for SECONUS Michael?


CyberTeddy, this storm even beat the 2007 April Nor'easter. Had a pressure of 969 mlb. Our storm is down to 962 mlb. Just 2 more mlb. and it will be tied with the 1993 Superstorm. A rare event happening here.
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701. CybrTeddy
2:28 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Negative NAO = colder weather for SECONUS Michael?
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700. Neapolitan
2:27 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting biff4ugo:
Happy Holidays!

The sun is up in north Florida, and still we are well below freezing.
When is this unseasonably warm weather supposed to hit? I am ready for it.

Maybe soon. But there haven't been a lot of out-of-the-ordinary temps in the CONUS over the past 24 hours; just five daily record highs or high minimums were set or tied, and only four daily record lows or low maximums. It's been a different story for the past week, however; daily record highs/high minimums have outnumbered daily record lows/low minimums by an almost unbelievable 721 to 13, a ratio of just over 55:1. So while things may and will change, this first week of winter has been a warm one all over the country.
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699. islander101010
2:25 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
island style today hunkered down surrounded by candles and a ipad. cold to the bone
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698. reedzone
2:20 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Folks, we are now surpassing the pressure of the Storm of the Century in 1993, our current Superstorm is now down to 962 mlb. IMPRESSIVE!!! This is the most strongest storm the East Coast has seen in a decade!
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697. biff4ugo
2:12 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Happy Holidays!

The sun is up in north Florida, and still we are well below freezing.
When is this unseasonably warm weather supposed to hit? I am ready for it.

For the holidays, my brother-in-law admitted he is a climate conservative. It is hard to keep your ears open and re-explain about sea level rise, temperature trends, what is and isn't urban heat island effects, etc.

It is great to have Dr. Masters blogs on various topics to refer folks to.

Thanks for that gift.
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694. keywestdingding
1:51 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
thanks MichaelSTL, but i though for some reason he had posted one since the 24th. I'm probably imagined it. BRAIN FREEZE!! LOL
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693. calusakat
1:49 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting Neapolitan:

I'd have to disagree with your assessment. My words were in direct response to those who say things like, "Yes, Dr. Masters supports the theory of Global Warming, while Anthony Watts doesn't. They're both meteorologists, so who's to say who's right and who's wrong?" It's not "poisoning the well" to question the credibility of an "expert"; attorneys do it all the time in court.

Simply put, Dr. Masters has a PhD in meteorology, while Watts (to name but one example) is an ex-TV weatherman who holds no known degrees in any field of science. If one wishes to say that makes them even in terms of credibility and knowledge, they're certainly free to do so--but I personally think that would be unwise.

It's funny to me that so many contrarians repeatedly claim that all or most government and university climate science sites are chock full of fakery, trickery, fraud, deceit, and just general hogwash--yet when a contrarian climate site's accuracy is questioned, that's considered "poisoning the well".

And so it goes... ;-)



The East Anglia leaks show clearly that those same so-called scientists, PhD's included, all accepted the idea that it was okay to alter data. They also concurred that it was appropriate to prevent access to both the field data as well as the underlying computer programming data calling it proprietary.

You call that science?

Do they teach PhD's that sort of nonsense in schools today?

Stop being a lemming.

Weather science stopped being 'blind' long ago and their bias is so profuse and outrageous that their conclusions must be challenged at every turn.

According to you, every weather event is AGW.

How absurd.

And thankfully, due in large part to the contributions of people like yourself, the rest of the world is beginning to see the silliness and fraud that is AGW.

Keep it up, your help is, indeed, greatly needed.




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690. keywestdingding
1:42 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
what happened to the blog Dr.Masters did a few days ago. maybe im crazy and he didnt write a new one, I though it talked more in depth about the change of pressure at the Arctic? i know he talked about it on the 23rd some, but maybe i dreampt about it.
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689. PensacolaDoug
1:10 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting Neapolitan:

I'd have to disagree with your assessment. My words were in direct response to those who say things like, "Yes, Dr. Masters supports the theory of Global Warming, while Anthony Watts doesn't. They're both meteorologists, so who's to say who's right and who's wrong?" It's not "poisoning the well" to question the credibility of an "expert"; attorneys do it all the time in court.

Simply put, Dr. Masters has a PhD in meteorology, while Watts (to name but one example) is an ex-TV weatherman who holds no known degrees in any field of science. If one wishes to say that makes them even in terms of credibility and knowledge, they're certainly free to do so--but I personally think that would be unwise.

It's funny to me that so many contrarians repeatedly claim that all or most government and university climate science sites are chock full of fakery, trickery, fraud, deceit, and just general hogwash--yet when a contrarian climate site's accuracy is questioned, that's considered "poisoning the well".

And so it goes... ;-)


What about Dr Richard Linzen? He is Proffessor Emitius MIT witha Phd in Atmospheric Sciences. He doesn'e buy the AGW theory either. (I probably spelled all that wrong but ya'll get the point)
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688. IKE
12:38 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
28.8 my morning low.


RIP Teena.....

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687. Neapolitan
12:32 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting hcubed:


As somebody else stated, this is a case of "poisoning the well", a method used to try to get people to stay away from sites they consider "wrong".

I'd have to disagree with your assessment. My words were in direct response to those who say things like, "Yes, Dr. Masters supports the theory of Global Warming, while Anthony Watts doesn't. They're both meteorologists, so who's to say who's right and who's wrong?" It's not "poisoning the well" to question the credibility of an "expert"; attorneys do it all the time in court.

Simply put, Dr. Masters has a PhD in meteorology, while Watts (to name but one example) is an ex-TV weatherman who holds no known degrees in any field of science. If one wishes to say that makes them even in terms of credibility and knowledge, they're certainly free to do so--but I personally think that would be unwise.

It's funny to me that so many contrarians repeatedly claim that all or most government and university climate science sites are chock full of fakery, trickery, fraud, deceit, and just general hogwash--yet when a contrarian climate site's accuracy is questioned, that's considered "poisoning the well".

And so it goes... ;-)
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686. MissNadia
12:30 PM GMT on December 27, 2010
Morning,
Check the pressure and it is rising !

Quaise, Nantucket, Massachusetts (PWS)
Updated: 0 sec ago

38.1 °F
Rain Mist
Windchill: 28 °F
Humidity: 94%
Dew Point: 36 °F
Wind: 21.0 mph from the SE

Wind Gust: 33.0 mph
Pressure: 28.44 in (Rising)
Visibility: 5.0
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685. NJNorEaster
11:00 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Just about done here in Oceanport, NJ (coastal NJ) and estimated at around 24-30". This was a textbook blizzard (not the kind they talk about on the news).

My wife and I (both meteorologists) were out looking for a lost corgi puppy in Sea Bright when the first flake fell at 9am and conditions deteriorated rapidly. (hope he hunkered down)... at the peak last night we had 2-3" per hour snowfall, 20-30mph winds (gusting over 45), zero visibility and at least four blasts of Thundersnow, now that's cool!!!
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684. HurrikanEB
9:48 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Looks like the grand prize is going to go to New Jersey..

LYNDHURST (outside of Newark and NYC) 29.0inches 230 AM 12/27 TRAINED SPOTTER

That was 2 hours ago... probably pick up another inch or so before it's all done.


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683. Skyepony (Mod)
6:59 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Update on the Moscow poweroutage.. that does look like it was rain freezing on impact & not hail. Odd inversion..

Freak snowy weather that wrought havoc across Europe hit Russia over the weekend, disrupting air and railway traffic and leaving tens of thousands of people without electricity. Within minutes, freezing rain coated electricity wires, trees and roads with ice. Power cables snapped, causing massive power outages that affected over 100,000 people around Moscow, and many more in other regions in central Russia. Russia's busiest airport, Domodedovo, outside Moscow halted all flights on Sunday after power supply was cut. Suburban trains ground to a halt and roads turned into icy paths, leading to numerous traffic accidents. At least one person was killed by a falling tree in the Moscow region and hundreds suffered fractured bones and other injuries on slippery pavements. Russia's Chief Sanitary Inspector Gennady Onishchenko urged Muscovites to stay home to avoid possible injury. Weather experts said central regions of Russia experienced a rare weather phenomenon when the air 1.5 km above the ground was warm whereas surface temperatures were below zero Centigrade causing rain drops to freeze as soon as they hit the ground.
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682. EnergyMoron
6:49 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting aerojad:
This is from just recently, off of TrafficLand's cameras for the New York City area.



US46 @ NJ23 southbound. Those cars in the entrance ramp can't clear the snow bank to get onto the relatively-plowed highway. Yikes!


As P.T. Barnum once said.... well...
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681. EnergyMoron
6:45 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Have you planted your tree today (well, in the Northeast and Nebraska, try April 29...)?

Trees for Houston (by reference)

Let's see... 0.9 (headed toward -0.1) and pulled 3 Bradfords purchased on sale from an organization which knows lot's about appliances but little about invasives.

Had fruit on one of the Bradfords... not allowed.

Yup, brought down trees today (going to anti-erosion efforts on the beach). INVASIVES (yugly).

Good night.
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680. Orcasystems
6:27 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Complete Update






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679. aerojad
6:13 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
This is from just recently, off of TrafficLand's cameras for the New York City area.



US46 @ NJ23 southbound. Those cars in the entrance ramp can't clear the snow bank to get onto the relatively-plowed highway. Yikes!
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678. aerojad
6:09 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Boston - Logan has one heck of an observation right now...


Last Update on Dec 27, 12:54 am EST
Heavy Snow Blowing Snow Freezing Fog and Windy
Temperature: 27 °F (-3 °C)
Humidity: 92 %
Wind Speed: N 31 G 44 MPH
Barometer: 29.03" (982.9 mb)
Dewpoint: 25 °F (-4 °C)
Wind Chill: 11 °F (-12 °C)
Visibility: 0.25 mi.
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677. aerojad
6:05 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Envious over here in Michigan that we can't get snow storms this awesome.

That storm sure doesn't seem like it's in a hurry at this late hour.

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676. washingtonian115
5:47 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting DontAnnoyMe:


I thought you knew better ;-)

Duke Energy has knocked the outages in the Carolinas from 12,000 to 1700. Thanks to all those linesmen out there, risking their lives.
I have family members that live in,and around Raleigh,and they said they have never seen like this before.Their have been local reports down there that due to the heavy wet like snow tree branches,and limbs were falling which were the main problems for power outages.
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675. hcubed
5:44 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting Neapolitan:

"Character assassination"? I merely pointed out--as I will again here--that equating Dr. Masters and guys like Watts where it comes to climate science isn't wise, that's all. If you or anyone else wishes to give the sides equal credence, that's certainly your prerogative--but most reasonable folks know that the difference between a met with a PhD and an undegreed ex-TV weatherman is night and day.


As somebody else stated, this is a case of "poisoning the well", a method used to try to get people to stay away from sites they consider "wrong".

Sometimes it works. After reading through several sites, and finding out that there were two main targets (WUWT and Climate Audit), had me curious enough to check them out.
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674. Stoopid1
5:19 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Got a nice snow going here in Saratoga Springs, NY. Looks like 5-8 inches overnight and another 2-4 in the morning. Not too bad.
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672. BahaHurican
4:49 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Hey, I think +50 is bad... so judge -25... lol
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671. DontAnnoyMe
4:43 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting BahaHurican:
Hmmm... eastern MA has a blizzard warning... freezing fog in Boston area... sure am glad I'm not visiting friends / family there tonight..... lol


Think that's bad?

Current Weather Conditions:
Mount Washington, NH, United States

Wind from the NE (050 degrees) at 70 MPH (61 KT) gusting to 79 MPH (69 KT)
Visibility less than 1 mile
Sky conditions obscured
Weather Light snow Blowing snow Freezing fog
Temperature 6 F (-14 C)
Windchill -25 F (-32 C)
Dew Point 6 F (-14 C)
Relative Humidity 100%
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670. PSLFLCaneVet
4:39 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting DontAnnoyMe:


Takes one...


LOL!


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669. BahaHurican
4:36 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Hmmm... eastern MA has a blizzard warning... freezing fog in Boston area... sure am glad I'm not visiting friends / family there tonight..... lol
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668. DontAnnoyMe
4:34 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting PSLFLCaneVet:


You know me well!


Takes one...
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667. PSLFLCaneVet
4:29 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting DontAnnoyMe:


I'm sure!


You know me well!
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666. PSLFLCaneVet
4:28 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting BahaHurican:
u guys realize that as soon as the trolls realize u r having fun they will stop.... there's no use in U having fun at THEIR expense... lol



Another, LMAO. Nice!
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665. DontAnnoyMe
4:26 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting BahaHurican:
u guys realize that as soon as the trolls realize u r having fun they will stop.... there's no use in U having fun at THEIR expense... lol


Interesting hypothesis! But not sure of its validity. ;-)
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664. DontAnnoyMe
4:24 AM GMT on December 27, 2010
Quoting PSLFLCaneVet:



LOL.

Ah, I charge the bull often enough. You'll have many more opportunities to observe, methinks.


I'm sure!
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