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temp records shatters across N; 33+ die from heat stroke in Canada
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M***@kymhorsell.com
2018-07-06 02:09:19 UTC
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Plot for Canada daily avg temps:

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Since 1990:
Canada: +3.64 +- .24 deg C/cent
N Am: +2.90 +- .19
N Hem: +2.56 +- .19
Glb Land: +2.16 +- .11

Graph for Canada daily MAX:

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<robertscribbler.com>

Temp Records Shattered Across Northern Hemisphere; 33 Lives Lost to
Heat in Quebec

Over the past week, 21 all-time temperature records were shattered
across the Northern Hemisphere. These records coincide with an extreme
heatwave blanketing large parts of Europe, North America, Africa, the
Middle East and Asia. A heatwave that has resulted in the tragic loss
of 33 lives in Quebec.

Heatwave Shatters Temperature Records Across Northern Hemisphere

(Global heatwave in context.)

According to news reports, major temperature records in this broad
ranging swath of heat included a 105 F (40.5 C) reading in Denver, a
scorching 122.4 F (50.2 C) temperature in Pakistan, a ridiculous 97.9
F (36.6 C) reading in Montreal, and a 91.8 F (33.2 C) reading in
Motherwell Scotland of all places (see graphic here).

In Quebec, safety officials were inundated with 1,200 calls per day
due to heat stress and heat injury. Emergency crews were at the ready
with 3,400 house visits conducted each day. Despite the high state of
readiness, 33 people so far are reported to have lost their lives -
primarily middle aged to elderly males. High heat, high humidity, and
lack of residential cooling all contributed to heat injuries and loss
of life over this typically much cooler region.

My thoughts are with the loved ones of those who have died in
Quebec during this heat wave. The record temperatures are expected
to continue in central & eastern Canada, so make sure you know how
to protect yourself & your family: https://t.co/JSPPsU80x9

- Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) July 4, 2018

In context, a total of 23 all time record high maximum and record high
minimum temperatures have been produced as a result of the present
heatwave during the past 7 days. This compares to zero all time record
low maximum and zero record low minimum temperatures over the same
time period. Daily and monthly record highs and record high minimum
temperatures are outpacing record low temperatures on a global basis
at a rate of 4-12 to 1.

Global warming due to fossil fuel burning has put us in a 115,000 year
heatwave on a whole Earth system based context. So we can continue to
expect record high temperatures to be breached at higher rates.

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(Very high incidence of all time record hot temperatures over the past
7 days. Image source: NOAA.)

According to GFS model forecasts, extreme heat is expected to continue
to impact of number of Northern Hemisphere regions over the coming
days. Though the North American East may see a respite from the heat
over the 1-5 day horizon, high temperatures are expected to continue
to hammer western and central zones. Northeast Siberia is predicted to
see extreme heat early on, which is then expected to shift west into
Eastern Siberia and Scandinavia. Meanwhile, the Middle East, North
Africa, and parts of Central Asia are predicted to continue to
experience much hotter than normal summer temperatures.

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Bret Cahill
2018-07-06 02:37:09 UTC
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Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
<http://berkeleyearth.lbl.gov/auto/Regional/TAVG/Figures/canada-TAVG-Trend.png>
Canada: +3.64 +- .24 deg C/cent
N Am: +2.90 +- .19
N Hem: +2.56 +- .19
Glb Land: +2.16 +- .11
<http://berkeleyearth.lbl.gov/auto/Regional/TMAX/Figures/canada-TMAX-Trend.png>
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<robertscribbler.com>
Temp Records Shattered Across Northern Hemisphere; 33 Lives Lost to
Heat in Quebec
Over the past week, 21 all-time temperature records were shattered
across the Northern Hemisphere. These records coincide with an extreme
heatwave blanketing large parts of Europe, North America, Africa, the
Middle East and Asia. A heatwave that has resulted in the tragic loss
of 33 lives in Quebec.
Heatwave Shatters Temperature Records Across Northern Hemisphere
http://youtu.be/T89RwVEsHKg
(Global heatwave in context.)
According to news reports, major temperature records in this broad
ranging swath of heat included a 105 F (40.5 C) reading in Denver, a
scorching 122.4 F (50.2 C) temperature in Pakistan, a ridiculous 97.9
F (36.6 C) reading in Montreal, and a 91.8 F (33.2 C) reading in
Motherwell Scotland of all places (see graphic here).
In Quebec, safety officials were inundated with 1,200 calls per day
due to heat stress and heat injury. Emergency crews were at the ready
with 3,400 house visits conducted each day. Despite the high state of
readiness, 33 people so far are reported to have lost their lives -
primarily middle aged to elderly males. High heat, high humidity, and
lack of residential cooling all contributed to heat injuries and loss
of life over this typically much cooler region.
My thoughts are with the loved ones of those who have died in
Quebec during this heat wave. The record temperatures are expected
to continue in central & eastern Canada, so make sure you know how
to protect yourself & your family: https://t.co/JSPPsU80x9
You should have seen the number of lives lost to heat waves back in the Big Banglocene!
Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
In context, a total of 23 all time record high maximum and record high
minimum temperatures have been produced as a result of the present
heatwave during the past 7 days. This compares to zero all time record
low maximum and zero record low minimum temperatures over the same
time period. Daily and monthly record highs and record high minimum
temperatures are outpacing record low temperatures on a global basis
at a rate of 4-12 to 1.
Global warming due to fossil fuel burning has put us in a 115,000 year
heatwave on a whole Earth system based context. So we can continue to
expect record high temperatures to be breached at higher rates.
<https://robertscribbler.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/global-all-time-record-high-temperatures.png?w=600&h=165>
(Very high incidence of all time record hot temperatures over the past
7 days. Image source: NOAA.)
According to GFS model forecasts, extreme heat is expected to continue
to impact of number of Northern Hemisphere regions over the coming
days. Though the North American East may see a respite from the heat
over the 1-5 day horizon, high temperatures are expected to continue
to hammer western and central zones. Northeast Siberia is predicted to
see extreme heat early on, which is then expected to shift west into
Eastern Siberia and Scandinavia. Meanwhile, the Middle East, North
Africa, and parts of Central Asia are predicted to continue to
experience much hotter than normal summer temperatures.
LOL! It was hotter back in the Big Banglocene!
Catoni
2018-07-06 17:04:03 UTC
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Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
<http://berkeleyearth.lbl.gov/auto/Regional/TAVG/Figures/canada-TAVG-Trend.png>
Canada: +3.64 +- .24 deg C/cent
N Am: +2.90 +- .19
N Hem: +2.56 +- .19
Glb Land: +2.16 +- .11
<http://berkeleyearth.lbl.gov/auto/Regional/TMAX/Figures/canada-TMAX-Trend.png>
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<robertscribbler.com>
"Robert Scribbler" LOL ha, ha, ha, ha, ha That moron again.
Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
Temp Records Shattered Across Northern Hemisphere; 33 Lives Lost to
Heat in Quebec
During a study for The Lancet, undertaken between 1985 - 2012,the Canadian findings showed nearly 4.5 per cent of deaths in this country over the study period were DUE TO COLD....

..... compared with 0.5 per cent for heat.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/cold-deemed-deadlier-than-heat-when-it-comes-to-weather-deaths-1.3081053
Catoni
2018-07-06 17:06:37 UTC
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<robertscribbler.com>
"Robert Scribbler"... (AKA Robert Marston Fanney: Fantasy scribbler) ...scribbling to build Socialism...
Catoni
2018-07-06 17:18:16 UTC
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Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
<http://berkeleyearth.lbl.gov/auto/Regional/TAVG/Figures/canada-TAVG-Trend.png>
Canada: +3.64 +- .24 deg C/cent
N Am: +2.90 +- .19
N Hem: +2.56 +- .19
Glb Land: +2.16 +- .11
<http://berkeleyearth.lbl.gov/auto/Regional/TMAX/Figures/canada-TMAX-Trend.png>
-- snip --
<robertscribbler.com>
Temp Records Shattered Across Northern Hemisphere; 33 Lives Lost to
Heat in Quebec
Over the past week, 21 all-time temperature records were shattered
across the Northern Hemisphere. These records coincide with an extreme
heatwave blanketing large parts of Europe, North America, Africa, the
Middle East and Asia. A heatwave that has resulted in the tragic loss
of 33 lives in Quebec.
Heatwave Shatters Temperature Records Across Northern Hemisphere
http://youtu.be/T89RwVEsHKg
(Global heatwave in context.)
According to news reports, major temperature records in this broad
ranging swath of heat included a 105 F (40.5 C) reading in Denver, a
scorching 122.4 F (50.2 C) temperature in Pakistan, a ridiculous 97.9
F (36.6 C) reading in Montreal, and a 91.8 F (33.2 C) reading in
Motherwell Scotland of all places (see graphic here).
In Quebec, safety officials were inundated with 1,200 calls per day
due to heat stress and heat injury. Emergency crews were at the ready
with 3,400 house visits conducted each day. Despite the high state of
readiness, 33 people so far are reported to have lost their lives -
primarily middle aged to elderly males. High heat, high humidity, and
lack of residential cooling all contributed to heat injuries and loss
of life over this typically much cooler region.
My thoughts are with the loved ones of those who have died in
Quebec during this heat wave. The record temperatures are expected
to continue in central & eastern Canada, so make sure you know how
to protect yourself & your family: https://t.co/JSPPsU80x9
In context, a total of 23 all time record high maximum and record high
minimum temperatures have been produced as a result of the present
heatwave during the past 7 days. This compares to zero all time record
low maximum and zero record low minimum temperatures over the same
time period. Daily and monthly record highs and record high minimum
temperatures are outpacing record low temperatures on a global basis
at a rate of 4-12 to 1.
Global warming due to fossil fuel burning has put us in a 115,000 year
heatwave on a whole Earth system based context. So we can continue to
expect record high temperatures to be breached at higher rates.
<https://robertscribbler.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/global-all-time-record-high-temperatures.png?w=600&h=165>
(Very high incidence of all time record hot temperatures over the past
7 days. Image source: NOAA.)
According to GFS model forecasts, extreme heat is expected to continue
to impact of number of Northern Hemisphere regions over the coming
days. Though the North American East may see a respite from the heat
over the 1-5 day horizon, high temperatures are expected to continue
to hammer western and central zones. Northeast Siberia is predicted to
see extreme heat early on, which is then expected to shift west into
Eastern Siberia and Scandinavia. Meanwhile, the Middle East, North
Africa, and parts of Central Asia are predicted to continue to
experience much hotter than normal summer temperatures.
Where are your tears and wheeping for the many many more that die of cold ? ? ?

You're pretend concern is really so very phony/fake..... just a show. ...
k***@gmail.com
2018-07-06 18:51:06 UTC
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.""However, over the fifteen years to 2016 the HadCRUT4v5 and Cowtan & Way GMST trends, of 0.138°C /century and 0.160°C /century respectively, are equally close to the 0.149°C /century ERAinterim trend; the GISTEMP and NOAAv4.0.1 trends are both above 0.17°C /century..."""
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