What should the people in Greenland and Iceland
be doing right now?
On edit: It's very hard to make out the way Photobucket resized the images, but in the southwest corner of that map where the southern tip of Greenland is, we have two weather stations reporting 50 degrees Fahrenheit, and another nearby showing 35. Bear in mind those weather stations are very close to the Arctic Circle.
Or, say, the fine folks in Longyearben, Svalbard (at latitude 74 degrees north
), or along the northern tip of Norway?
Seven degrees above zero, up there, in January? Intriguing.
Only two weather station between both of those images have a current temperature colder than any major city in the continental US, and those are both in northeastern Russia where one would expect
temperatures well below zero in January.
Do you really think this current climate pattern is Al Gore's fault? There's probably something else going on which explains just why it's so cold in most of the US right now, and which has quite a number of actual scientists highly alarmed. Would you happen to know exactly what that is by any chance?