Record warmth at the top of the Greenland Ice Sheet

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 9:25 PM GMT on July 18, 2012

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The coldest place in Greenland, and often the entire Northern Hemisphere, is commonly the Summit Station. Located at the top of the Greenland Ice Sheet, 10,551 feet (3216 meters) above sea level, and 415 miles (670 km) north of the Arctic Circle, Summit rarely sees temperatures that rise above the freezing mark. In the 12-year span 2000 - 2011, Summit temperatures rose above freezing only four times, according to weather records researcher Maximiliano Herrera. But remarkably, over the past week, temperatures at Summit have eclipsed the freezing mark on five days, including four days in a row from July 11 - 14. There are actually three weather stations located at the location--Summit, Summit-US, and Summit AWS. The highest reliable temperature measured at any of the three stations is now the 3.6°C (38.5°F) measured on Monday, July 16, 2012 at Summit-US. A 4.4°C reading at Summit in May, 2010 is bogus, as can be seen by looking at the adjacent station. Similarly, a 3.3°C reading from June 2004 is also bad. Records at Summit began in 1987.


Video 1. A 20-ton tractor attempting to repair a bridge washed out by the raging Watson River on July 11, 2012 in Kangerlussauaq, Greenland gets washed downstream. The driver escaped unharmed. Image taken from an article, Warm air over the ice sheet provides great drama in Greenland, at the Danish Meteorological Institute's web site.

Record heat leads to major flooding in Greenland
The record heat has triggered significant melting of Greenland's Ice Sheet. According to the Arctic Sea Ice Blog, on July 11, glacier melt water from the Russell Glacier flooded the Watson River, smashing two bridges connecting the north and south of Kangerlussuaq (Sønder Strømfjord), a small settlement in southwestern Greenland. The flow rate of 3.5 million liters/sec was almost double the previous record flow rate. The latest forecast for Summit calls for cooler conditions over the coming week, with no more above-freezing temperatures at Summit.

Another huge iceberg calves off of Greenland's Petermann Glacier
A massive ice island two times the size of Manhattan and half as thick as the Empire State Building calved off of Greenland's Petermann Glacier on Monday, July 16, 2012. According to Andreas Muenchow, associate professor of physical ocean science and engineering at the University of Delaware's College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment in his Icy Seas blog, the break-off point has been visible for at least 8 years in satellite imagery, and has been propagating at 1 km/year towards Nares Strait. The same glacier calved an iceberg twice as big back on August 4, 2010--the largest iceberg observed in the Arctic since 1962. The freshwater stored in that ice island could have kept the Delaware or Hudson rivers flowing for more than two years, or kept all U.S. public tap water flowing for 120 days. “While the size is not as spectacular as it was in 2010, the fact that it follows so closely to the 2010 event brings the glacier’s terminus to a location where it has not been for at least 150 years,” Muenchow said in a university press release. “Northwest Greenland and northeast Canada are warming more than five times faster than the rest of the world, but the observed warming is not proof that the diminishing ice shelf is caused by this, because air temperatures have little effect on this glacier; ocean temperatures do, and our ocean temperature time series are only five to eight years long — too short to establish a robust warming signal.”


Figure 1. The calving of a massive 46 square-mile iceberg two times the size of Manhattan from Greenland's Petermann Glacier on July 14 - 18, 2012, as seen using MODIS satellite imagery. Image credit: NASA.


Figure 2. Look familiar? Two years ago, a 100 square-mile ice island broke off the Petermann Glacier. It was the largest iceberg in the Arctic since 1962. Image taken by NASA's Aqua satellite on August 21, 2010. Image credit: NASA. I've constructed a 7-frame satellite animation available here that shows the calving and break-up of the Petermann Glacier ice island. The animation begins on August 5, 2010, and ends on September 21, with images spaced about 8 days apart. The images were taken by NASA's Aqua and Terra satellites.

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Unprecedented May heat in Greenland; update on 2011 Greenland ice melt

Greenland update for 2010: record melting and a massive calving event

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Quoting yoboi:



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When using Dr. Masters' blog, please refrain from posting material not relevant to the discussion of tropical weather, or the topic of the blog entry itself. Please do not engage in personal attacks or bickering. Material not conforming to these standards should be flagged with the button and ignored.

Not saying the climate change talk isn't relevant right now, but it won't be on every blog either.
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Chuckletown and Yobi and many others realize that it's a fact that there is so very very little will to do anything about GW. 90% of the people of the world are aware of GW and they are not thinking about GW virtually ever. As Chuckletown stated it's at the bottom of the list people are thinking about. That why corporations have been so successful and scientists have been so unsuccessful in getting the message out. The battle for the moment has been won by the corporations and current living conditions for individuals has played a huge role in people not being overly concerned by GW. Opinion may never change, considering the obvious is all around us, and most people think of GW as an annoyance and not a world changer.
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Quoting bappit:
Seems that all that Chucktown and yoboi have time to blog about is GW.


No, just a brief blog check-in while at work. Carry on.
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I wonder when that line of storms is going to come.They seem to be moving slowly.Bad news if they come this way for people that have been flooded out over here.I don't think the wave Levi is talking about will develop.
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Good afternoon Patrap,

I am in Slidell and we've had 3 inches of rain in the last hour and a half. Water is coming in my office and the streets are flooded. It's so bad the sewers are overflowing into the streets and it smells like Bourbon Street. Yes it's a cool 72 degrees right now but it's raining cats and dogs. We are under a Flash Flood Warning until 5pm.............
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Quoting LargoFl:
............................GEE THAT DANGEROUS LINE OF STORMS IS REALLY HOLDING TOGETHER


storms are starting to pop up all over..
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Quoting Patrap:
Some even worry dat da trees arent the right height too.



What do we need an ebonics translator now?
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923. yoboi
Quoting bappit:
Seems that all that Chucktown and yoboi have time to blog about is GW.



and
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SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
506 PM EDT THU JUL 19 2012

MDZ001-PAZ075-076-WVZ022-023-192200-
FAYETTE PA-FAYETTE RIDGES PA-GARRETT MD-MONONGALIA WV-PRESTON WV-
506 PM EDT THU JUL 19 2012

...HEAVY RAIN...

THUNDERSTORMS WITH HEAVY RAIN WILL MOVE THROUGH THE FOLLOWING
COUNTIES...
GARRETT...FAYETTE...PRESTON...MONONGALIA AND FAYETTE RIDGES...

AT 500 PM EDT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR IN PITTSBURGH INDICATED
THUNDERSTORMS WITH HEAVY RAIN 5 MILES NORTH OF CHEAT NECK...MOVING
EAST AT 35 MPH.

THESE THUNDERSTORMS ARE GENERATING HEAVY RAIN BETWEEN 0.50 AND 0.75
INCHES AN HOUR THAT WILL POND WATER ON ROADS AND IN LOW LYING AREAS.

SOME LOCATIONS THAT WILL BE IMPACTED BY THESE THUNDERSTORMS
INCLUDE...
CHEAT NECK... FAIRCHANCE... UNIONTOWN...
LAUREL RUN... HOPWOOD... BRUCETON MILLS...
VALLEY POINT... ELLIOTTSVILLE... CHALKHILL...
CLIFTON MILLS... FARMINGTON... HAZELTON...

THIS WILL IMPACT THE FOLLOWING HIGHWAYS...

ROUTE 43 IN PENNSYLVANIA BETWEEN MILE MARKERS 1 AND 7.
I-68 IN WEST VIRGINIA BETWEEN MILE MARKERS 11 AND 32.
I-68 IN MARYLAND BETWEEN MILE MARKERS 1 AND 30.

DO NOT DRIVE INTO AREAS WHERE WATER COVERS THE ROAD. THE WATER DEPTH
MAY BE TOO GREAT TO ALLOW SAFE PASSAGE. MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND.

PLEASE REPORT HEAVY RAIN AND FLOODING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
BY CALLING TOLL FREE...1-877-633-6772.

LAT...LON 3957 7902 3955 7986 3993 7982 3996 7935
3986 7941 3982 7936 3978 7935 3978 7938
3977 7937 3975 7939 3973 7938 3973 7898
3967 7895

$$
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............................GEE THAT DANGEROUS LINE OF STORMS IS REALLY HOLDING TOGETHER
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Seems that all that Chucktown and yoboi have time to blog about is GW.
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Some, if not most people, will do nothing until it's too late to do anything. Just because that is true largely today, doesn't make it a good thing. Quite the opposite, we may be sealing our world's fate by the choice we do or don't make now.
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SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
421 PM EDT THU JUL 19 2012

MDZ024-025-192045-
INLAND WORCESTER MD-MARYLAND BEACHES MD-
421 PM EDT THU JUL 19 2012

...STRONG THUNDERSTORM MOVING ACROSS THE COAST OF THE LOWER MARYLAND
EASTERN SHORE SOUTH OF OCEAN CITY...

AT 419 PM EDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A
STRONG THUNDERSTORM OVER EAST CENTRAL WORCESTER COUNTY...OR ABOUT 8
MILES SOUTHWEST OF OCEAN CITY...MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 10 MPH. THE
STRONG THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE NEAR RURAL EASTERN WORCESTER COUNTY AT
430 PM EDT.

WIND GUSTS TO 45 MPH ARE POSSIBLE WITH THIS STORM. ADDITIONALLY
ROTATION HAS BEEN REPORTED WITH THIS STORM.

EXPECT FREQUENT CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING IN THE PATH OF THESE
STORMS. IF YOU HEAR THUNDER...YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING. MOVE INTO A SAFE SHELTER BEFORE THESE STORMS REACH YOUR
AREA. REMAIN INDOORS UNTIL THE STORMS HAVE PASSED.

LAT...LON 3831 7509 3828 7510 3820 7514 3822 7517
3823 7517 3823 7518 3826 7522 3833 7518
3832 7508

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ZIMMERMAN
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keep your fingers crossed..

from Levi
A strong tropical wave currently along the meridian in western Africa will propagate into the Atlantic next week, and will likely maintain a definitive signature as it moves westward. An abundance of sinking air due to the suppressing subtropical high should keep it in check during its journey.
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FLOOD ADVISORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
509 PM EDT THU JUL 19 2012

MDC045-047-200000-
/O.NEW.KAKQ.FA.Y.0023.120719T2109Z-120720T0000Z/
/00000.N.ER.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.000000T0000 Z.OO/
WICOMICO MD-WORCESTER MD-
509 PM EDT THU JUL 19 2012

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN WAKEFIELD HAS ISSUED A

* FLOOD ADVISORY FOR HEAVY RAINFALL AND MINOR FLOODING IN...
EAST CENTRAL WICOMICO COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST MARYLAND...
EAST CENTRAL WORCESTER COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST MARYLAND...

* UNTIL 800 PM EDT

* AT 503 PM EDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED
THUNDERSTORMS WITH HEAVY RAINFALL OVER EAST CENTRAL WORCESTER
AND EAST CENTRAL WICOMICO COUNTIES. DOPPLER RADAR
ESTIMATED RAINFALL OF ONE TO TWO INCHES HAS FALLEN OVER THE AREA
OVER THE PAST HOUR AND ONE TO TWO INCHES OF ADDITIONAL RAIN
IS POSSIBLE THROUGH 600 PM.

* RUNOFF FROM THIS HEAVY RAINFALL WILL CAUSE MINOR FLOODING TO
OCCUR...ESPECIALLY ALONG SMALL STREAMS...IN LOW LYING AREAS...AND
AREAS OF POOR DRAINAGE. SOME LOCATIONS THAT WILL EXPERIENCE MINOR
FLOODING INCLUDE...OCEAN CITY...BERLIN...CAPE ISLE OF WIGHT AND
NEWARK.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

EXCESSIVE RUNOFF FROM THIS STORM WILL CAUSE MINOR FLOODING OF SMALL
CREEKS AND STREAMS...URBAN AREAS...HIGHWAYS...STREETS AND UNDERPASSES
AS WELL AS OTHER DRAINAGE AREAS AND LOW LYING SPOTS.

EXCESSIVE RUNOFF FROM HEAVY RAIN WILL CAUSE MINOR FLOODING OF SMALL
CREEKS AND STREAMS...COUNTRY ROADS...AS WELL AS FARMLAND ALONG THE
BANKS OF CREEKS AND STREAMS.

DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE INTO AREAS WHERE THE WATER COVERS THE
ROADWAY. THE WATER DEPTH MAY BE TOO GREAT TO ALLOW YOUR CAR TO CROSS
SAFELY. TURN AROUND...DO NOT DROWN.

&&

LAT...LON 3832 7507 3831 7509 3820 7515 3820 7520
3823 7521 3821 7525 3823 7538 3835 7539
3838 7512 3836 7510 3839 7508 3839 7505

$$

JFOSTER
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A rain cooleth comfy Temperature of

76.8 F
Feels Like 77 F



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When I say third world conditions, I mean economic recovery becomes very difficult when crop failures around the globe occur. Inflation slows any recovery. With an ever increasing price tag that natural disasters incur states and governments are stretched thin to say the least. The next twenty to fifty years is an unknown largely. But the last fifteen tell us that this is increasing in intensity and quickly. Poles are melting fastest, don't have to tell anyone here that; just making the point this can only go faster now. What will the intensity of heat waves, severe weather, and tropical disturbances be twenty years from now? How long until both the poles are ice free? The path were on, it's going to happen.
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Quoting floridaboy14:
what el nino? looks the same. el nino wont be declared till late september probably. as long as the cold pdo stays it will prohibit rapid development of el nino
He's trolling
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The Harbour view bridge (Kingston, Jamaica) was completely destroyed in TS Gustav (2008) Leaving residents stranded.


The new Harbour View Bridge


Construction of the four-lane bridge was undertaken by the NWA (National Works Agency) at a cost of approximately US$8.9 million
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Quoting StormTracker2K:
Say hi to El-Nino. Probably in the +.05C range now.

7/16/2012


7/19/2012


what el nino? looks the same. el nino wont be declared till late september probably. as long as the cold pdo stays it will prohibit rapid development of el nino
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Dr. Jeff Masters webinar from last Tuesday.

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Go fig ya?

Military is preparing for climate change
charley-on-the-mta | Wed, Jul 20, 2011 4:46 PM EST


This is not new. But everyone should know about it anyway. And it should be an issue in the Senate campaign, big time. In last year’s Quadrennial Defense Review, the Department of Defense notes climate change as one of the major challenges it will face:

Climate change will affect DoD in two broad ways. First, climate change will shape the operating environment, roles, and missions that we undertake. The U.S. Global Change Research Program, composed of 13 federal agencies, reported in 2009 that climate-related changes are already being observed in every region of the world, including the United States and its coastal waters. Among these physical changes are increases in heavy downpours, rising temperature and sea level, rapidly retreating glaciers, thawing permafrost, lengthening growing seasons, lengthening ice-free seasons in the oceans and on lakes and rivers, earlier snowmelt, and alterations in river flows.
Assessments conducted by the intelligence community indicate that climate change could have significant geopolitical impacts around the world, contributing to poverty, environmental degradation, and the further weakening of fragile governments. Climate change will contribute to food and water scarcity, will increase the spread of disease, and may spur or exacerbate mass migration.
While climate change alone does not cause conflict, it may act as an accelerant of instability or conflict, placing a burden to respond on civilian institutions and militaries around the world. In addition, extreme weather events may lead to increased demands for defense support to civil authorities for humanitarian assistance or disaster response both within the United States and overseas. In some nations, the military is the only institution with the capacity to respond to a large-scale natural disaster.
My emphasis throughout that quote. Yeah, you mess with people’s supply of food and water, and you might expect problems to result. Nah, doesn’t sound serious, and certainly not anything to trouble the head of our junior Senator.

Recommended by greg-bialecki.
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If we don't worry about it now, our next two generations will; and it'll be a nightmare to deal with. Not acting now may cause the next two generations to be living in third world conditions here in US and across the West in general. No will to act now at all, I agree with that largely, but we must.
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Some even worry dat da trees arent the right height too.

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904. yoboi
Quoting Chucktown:


Here is a big juicy fact - we are a silent minority here on this blog whether we believe in climate change or not. 99.9 % of the worlds population have too many other things to worry about than the state of the world's climate. The world's poor economy and whether or not family's can feed their kids and pay their mortgage is on the top of their to do list. Why worry about something that we are not sure is even happening and on top of that, most people aren't going to do a thing about it.



very good point...
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If ya can't take the heat...
stay outa the kitchen...

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/global- warmings-terrifying-new-math-20120719
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Quoting BobWallace:


Here's a great big juicy fact for you to chew on. This is the statement about climate change provided by this site, Dr. Masters' site...

"Earth's climate is warming. This time, humans are mostly responsible, and the overwhelming majority of climate scientists agree.

The warming climate is already causing significant impacts to people and ecosystems, and these impacts will grow much more severe in the coming years.

We can choose to take economically sensible steps to lessen the damage, and the cost of inaction is much higher than the cost of action.
"

(I tweaked the format a bit just to help you follow along.)

Link


Here is a big juicy fact - we are a silent minority here on this blog whether we believe in climate change or not. 99.9 % of the worlds population have too many other things to worry about than the state of the world's climate. The world's poor economy and whether or not family's can feed their kids and pay their mortgage is on the top of their to do list. Why worry about something that we are not sure is even happening and on top of that, most people aren't going to do a thing about it.
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SST

TCHP
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is not time of Cape Verde season we are in july 19th, in july historically storms form in Carribean and GOM and is a month of less activity.



the strong waves, that are coming of africa is a signal of the beginning of CV, but i think will be in the next 20- to 25 days when the cyclogenesis will act together in this part

we have nearly one month without storm....thats rythm lol
and the active start of the season has us with anxiety

also, we are in a Enso neutral phase ,not in La Nina of recent years
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Then I will bid you a good night Pottery. At least we are both lucky enough to live on a tropical island:)
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Quoting kwgirl:
Beautiful! But you should watch it Hydrus, the hr will take offense and start at ya!

Hmmm,
I doubt that.
There really isn't much going on right now. And that's an overstatement!
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Quoting hydrus:
This Hubble photo is of a small portion of one of the largest-seen star-birth regions in the galaxy, the Carina Nebula. Towers of cool hydrogen laced with dust rise from the wall of the nebula. The pillar is also being pushed apart from within, as infant stars buried inside it fire off jets of gas that can be seen streaming from towering peaks. Credit: NASA, ESA, and M. Livio and the Hubble 20th Anniversary Team (STScI). View larger image

For the latest news on Hubble, visit http://www.nasa.gov/hubble.
Beautiful! But you should watch it Hydrus, the hr will take offense and start at ya!
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Quoting StormTracker2K:
Say hi to El-Nino. Probably in the .05C range now.

7/16/2012


7/19/2012



You don't see how those anomalies have held steady/slightly cooled lately? We were above 0.5C for two weeks, but fell below that and anomalies are now down to 0.4C.

With the SOI positive for 12 days now, and forecast to stay positive for at least a few more days, El Nino is not coming anytime soon.
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Quoting hydrus:
This Hubble photo is of a small portion of one of the largest-seen star-birth regions in the galaxy, the Carina Nebula. Towers of cool hydrogen laced with dust rise from the wall of the nebula. The pillar is also being pushed apart from within, as infant stars buried inside it fire off jets of gas that can be seen streaming from towering peaks. Credit: NASA, ESA, and M. Livio and the Hubble 20th Anniversary Team (STScI). View larger image

For the latest news on Hubble, visit http://www.nasa.gov/hubble.

Galactic Hot Towers !
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Quoting nigel20:

Agreed. I think that the West Indies can win the series With an all round (Batting, fielding and bowling) effort.

Hot humid weather will be to our advantage too.
Should get that this weekend and beyond.
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Quoting pottery:

Yeah, nice games with a great WI fighting attitude.
(not that NZ showed much skill though)

I think we will need to approach the Tests in a different way.
Have to occupy the crease for long periods at the top of the innings.
Not sure we can do that, yet
.

Agreed. I think that the West Indies can win the series With an all round (Batting, fielding and bowling) effort.
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This Hubble photo is of a small portion of one of the largest-seen star-birth regions in the galaxy, the Carina Nebula. Towers of cool hydrogen laced with dust rise from the wall of the nebula. The pillar is also being pushed apart from within, as infant stars buried inside it fire off jets of gas that can be seen streaming from towering peaks. Credit: NASA, ESA, and M. Livio and the Hubble 20th Anniversary Team (STScI). View larger image

For the latest news on Hubble, visit http://www.nasa.gov/hubble.
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889. yoboi
Quoting Tazmanian:




can you plzs stop jumping the gun on things and saying things that are not ture at all


you cant this say hi too EL nino by looking at a map


the ones that call things and say it is EL nino is noaa



hey taz how does the weather look on ya new tv??
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888. JLPR2
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:


Yes, just for fun. Do you know how many times per week the CFS updates?


Seems to be once a day at 00GMT. Though the run I posted is Tuesday's.
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Quoting MAweatherboy1:
You know the deal with long range forecasts like these, but for what it's worth here are the brand new 1 and 3 month outlooks from the CPC...








Looks like Doomsville, to me.
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You know the deal with long range forecasts like these, but for what it's worth here are the brand new 1 and 3 month outlooks from the CPC...







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Quoting nigel20:

Hey Pottery! Did you enjoy the ODI and T20 series against New Zealand and do you think that we'll win the test series?

Yeah, nice games with a great WI fighting attitude.
(not that NZ showed much skill though)

I think we will need to approach the Tests in a different way.
Have to occupy the crease for long periods at the top of the innings.
Not sure we can do that, yet.
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Quoting MAweatherboy1:
Good afternoon everyone... No tropical cyclones anywhere in the world today... The closest thing to being one is in the West Pac...


Good afternoon MA!
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Quoting aspectre:




inre 796 WxGeekVA: More HERE

I'm not able to see the images.
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882. yoboi
Quoting yoboi:



i am ready about that now...


*reading
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881. yoboi
Quoting pottery:

You better hurry.
They won't be around for long.



i am ready about that now...
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Good afternoon everyone... No tropical cyclones anywhere in the world today... The closest thing to being one is in the West Pac...

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