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Welcome to the NEW ClimatePatrol.com

I want to welcome everyone to the new ClimatePatrol.com. I am still working on the site and making changes/tweaks. I wanted everyone to be able to start using the features of this site while I finish moving content over from the old site. I have moved over all of the discussions and replies. If you were to browser the categories right now you would notice that you only see post titles and no excerpts. Unfortunately I have to go through one by one and manually add in excerpts. That will take time. I will likely work on those starting with the most recent posts and working backwards. There are over 5,000 to edit. [...]

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ClimatePatrol Version 3.0

A new version of the website is coming very soon. I’d love to say that I am working on upgrades to the forum software but I am not. I am moving the site to Wordpress. It will be easier to keep the site up to date. I am nearly done getting the layout to look the way I want it. Once I have finished the layout I will create accounts on the new site for people who have posted on the current site. The system will email temporary passwords. Hang on to those for when the site goes live. I will also be writing a script to import all the posts into the new site. That is going to be a bit of a project but hopefully it won’t take more than a week or two to complete. [...]

Posted in Announcements | 8 Comments

Over 2000 cold records broken in last 7 days in the US

Record cold numbers are double and triple the amount of record warm temps.

Look at the Month to Date for the Monthly temp records.
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Posted in Climate Change | 5 Comments

Where has the heat gone?

Okay I know the heat is out west but people in my area have to be wondering what is going on. First we have the winter that never seems to end. And now we have a summer that really isn’t much of a summer. So far for the month of July we have had 10 days where high temps failed to reach 80 degrees. Of the other 11 days we hit 80-81 degrees 6 times. Of the 21 days in the month we have been below normal 19 days. The two days that finished above normal we were at 1 and 2 degrees above normal. So far this year we have had ZERO 90 degree days. It is possible we may hit 90 today but then a big cool down comes starting tomorrow. [...]

Posted in Forecasts and Local Weather Reports | 5 Comments

Big patch of Blacktop road has melted in Yellowstone

“Firehole Lake Drive in Yellowstone National Park has been temporarily closed due to a damaged road surface. Extreme heat from surrounding thermal areas has caused thick oil to bubble to the surface, damaging the blacktop and creating unsafe driving conditions on the popular, scenic road, located off the Grand Loop Road halfway between Old Faithful and Madison Junction in the park’s Lower Geyser Basin.” [...]

Posted in Yellowstone Super Volcano | 3 Comments

US in decade-long cooling period

“According to the USCRN temperature readings, U.S. temperatures are not rising at all – at least not since the network became operational 10 years ago.” [...]

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Indonesian volcanic eruption

Looks like a VEI 3.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2…r-the-pause/#comment-1652312 [...]

Posted in Global Volcanism | 1 Comment

Hurricane Sandy and Cyclone Evan, Weather Warfare?

I have been doing quite a lot of research into weather modification (manipulation of weather for military purposes) and I would like to invite people to read the articles provided. I have reason to believe that Hurricane Sandy and Cyclone Evan may have been manufactured. Take some time to read what I have written. Hopefully it will persuade people to turn their attention to this cause. [...]

Posted in General | 4 Comments

my bands new CD is released today

My bands new CD is released today.

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/thefundamentals [...]

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Antarctic sea ice at record levels

“ANTARCTIC sea ice has expanded to record levels for April, increasing by more than 110,000sq km a day last month to nine million square kilometres.
The National Snow and Ice Data Centre said the rapid expansion had continued into May and the seasonal cover was now bigger than the record “by a significant margin’’.” [...]

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Weather Channel Founder: Climate Change Is A Scam

“Weather Channel co-founder John Coleman is not buying the Obama White House climate-change agenda.

This week, the Obama administration released a new report, the National Climate Assessment, containing dire warnings about climate change.” [...]

Posted in Global Warming | 4 Comments

M8.2 – 95km NW of Iquique, Chile

2014-04-01 23:46:46 UTC
2014-04-01 18:46:46 UTC-05:00 at epicenter
2014-04-01 19:46:46 UTC-04:00 system time
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Posted in Earthquake Monitoring | 1 Comment

No Warming Left To Deny;Global Cooling Takes Over;CET Annual Mean Temperature Plunges 1C Since 2000

“Looking at the data for the last decade or so, one thing stands clear: Global temperatures have been showing many more signs of cooling than warming. Already we are sensing that global temperature has lost the battle to stay up. The HadCrut data series above shows that cooling has gained the upper hand. Indeed warming is now in the history books, having died some 15 years ago.” [...]

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Coldest U.S. winter in a century

“The last U.S. winter colder than this one was in 1911/12, before the First World War.” [...]

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Polar vortex – or ice age?

“‘Coldest Mardi Gras Ever?’ asked the New Orleans Times-Picayune as revellers sported long underwear under their costumes to cope with temperatures in the thirties. On the same day it was four degrees Fahrenheit at the Baltimore-Washington International Airport, an all-time low — breaking a record set in 1873. Niagara Falls has frozen over twice this winter, and the ice cover on Lake Michigan reached 90 percent, matching the all-time record.” [...]

Posted in Ice Ages | 2 Comments