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North Pole above freezing mid-march 2022

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    Posted: March 18 2022 at 5:16am

[url]http://arctic-news.blogspot.com/2022/03/signs-of-rise-to-come.html[/url] or http://arctic-news.blogspot.com/2022/03/signs-of-rise-to-come.html ; The image below shows the temperature at the North Pole reaching 0.7°C or 33.3°F (at 1000 hPa, at the green circle) on March 16, 2022, with ocean currents depicted at the background.

DJ Arctic now 3,5C warmer then the 1979-2000 average...The present pandemic most likely has-complex-relations with climate collapse...lots of factors will speed up arctic temperature rise-Most likely also further increase pandemic risks. 

[url]https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-021-01552-7[/url] or https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-021-01552-7 ; To the Editor — The current COVID-19 pandemic is often imagined as a challenge humanity has to weather, with additional, different ones — including climate change — lurking right behind. This conceptualization of the pandemic as a human health crisis, juxtaposed to other, separate issues affecting the planet misses the bigger picture: that this pandemic is part of a syndrome of human effects on the planet. The pandemic and global environmental change are intimately intertwined at multiple levels, and this must be more clearly articulated to the public and in policy.

DJ, it is a mega-mix...and we may not know (yet) many factors...Virusses defreezing may be one of the better known...

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[url]https://flutrackers.com/forum/forum/earth-weather-astronomy-environment/global-climate-change/943531-hot-poles-antarctica-arctic-70-and-50-degrees-above-normal[/url] or https://flutrackers.com/forum/forum/earth-weather-astronomy-environment/global-climate-change/943531-hot-poles-antarctica-arctic-70-and-50-degrees-above-normal ; By SETH BORENSTEIN

Earth’s poles are undergoing simultaneous freakish extreme heat with parts of Antarctica more than 70 degrees (40 degrees Celsius) warmer than average and areas of the Arctic more than 50 degrees (30 degrees Celsius) warmer than average.

Weather stations in Antarctica shattered records Friday as the region neared autumn. The two-mile high (3,234 meters) Concordia station was at 10 degrees (-12.2 degrees Celsius),which is about 70 degrees warmer than average, while the even higher Vostok station hit a shade above 0 degrees (-17.7 degrees Celsius), beating its all-time record by about 27 degrees (15 degrees Celsius), according to a tweet from extreme weather record tracker Maximiliano Herrera.

The coastal Terra Nova Base was far above freezing at 44.6 degrees (7 degrees Celsius).

It caught officials at the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colorado, by surprise because they were paying attention to the Arctic where it was 50 degrees warmer than average and areas around the North Pole were nearing or at the melting point, which is really unusual for mid-March, said center ice scientist Walt Meier. ...

https://apnews.com/article/climate-s...ssh3xh5h6ukstg

DJ, We had Sahara-sand in western Europe a few days ago. Sometimes that (light) sand even reaches the US...It may also end up in the Arctic...decreasing reflection of solar heat...

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