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BlasterBates
17th May 2010, 11:31
Nice posting just illustrating what Dr Roy Spencer was saying in a posting a few months back but brings it into focus:

What Climate: What Climate (http://what-climate.blogspot.com/2010/05/what-climate.html)

...and where are temps going in the next few months

Roy Spencer, Ph. D. (http://www.drroyspencer.com/)

Conditions maybe right for a sharp global temp drop.

If the global temps do drop rapidly, will we see a drop in CO2?

interesting few months ahead.

threaded
17th May 2010, 12:05
Nice posting just illustrating what Dr Roy Spencer was saying in a posting a few months back but brings it into focus:

What Climate: What Climate (http://what-climate.blogspot.com/2010/05/what-climate.html)

...and where are temps going in the next few months

Roy Spencer, Ph. D. (http://www.drroyspencer.com/)

Conditions maybe right for a sharp global temp drop.

If the global temps do drop rapidly, will we see a drop in CO2?

interesting few months ahead.

Me and most of my farming buddies have put money where their mouth is and planted cold weather varieties for this year. In fact I choose a variety of Oilseed Rape that required vernalisation, which it most certainly got.

Paddy
17th May 2010, 15:59
Nice posting just illustrating what Dr Roy Spencer was saying in a posting a few months back but brings it into focus:

What Climate: What Climate (http://what-climate.blogspot.com/2010/05/what-climate.html)

...and where are temps going in the next few months

Roy Spencer, Ph. D. (http://www.drroyspencer.com/)

Conditions maybe right for a sharp global temp drop.

If the global temps do drop rapidly, will we see a drop in CO2?

interesting few months ahead.

This also tallies with when I was a kid my parents used to take holidays in May and September. May was always a beach holiday in the UK a latter, taken in Southern France and Spain. These days it far to cold to do so.