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rushmc

There IS a problem with global warming... it stopped in 1998

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It was only last summer when people here were posting "we are more than 25% through hurricane season and still no hurricanes . . . .LOL"  Now as the season draws to a close, the only remaining question is - by how much will the record for number of named storms be broken?  There's currently a storm developing near Bermuda with a <40% chance of becoming a named storm, and that may be the last storm of the season.

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Last year’s average global surface temperature was 2.2 degrees Fahrenheit above the late 19th century average, according to NASA. It was the fifth consecutive year of more than 2 degrees above that base line.

The seven hottest years in 140 years of record keeping are the last seven. In descending record order, they are 2020 and 2016, 2019, 2017, 2015, 2018 and 2014.

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34 minutes ago, kallend said:

Last year’s average global surface temperature was 2.2 degrees Fahrenheit above the late 19th century average, according to NASA. It was the fifth consecutive year of more than 2 degrees above that base line.

The seven hottest years in 140 years of record keeping are the last seven. In descending record order, they are 2020 and 2016, 2019, 2017, 2015, 2018 and 2014.

So the seven hottest years in the last 140 are the LAST seven years, out of order.

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