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North Pole experiencing temperatures 50 degrees above normal

North Pole is experiencing a heat wave three days before Christmas as depleted sea ice is drawing warm year into the region pushing temperatures 50 degrees above normal level

Fall forecast for the U.S. and Canada — Hold on to that sunscreen

Fall, also called autumn, officially arrives on Thursday, Sept. 22, at 10:21 a.m. EDT, but we may not notice any change in the temperature until the coming weekend in the Northeastern part of the United States and into Canada..

We are at 'Point of no Return' on global carbon dioxide levels

We are running like an out-of-control train down the track of no return toward an age when global concentrations of carbon dioxide will never again dip below 400 ppm, an important and worrisome milestone.

More than 500 dead as deadly heatwave bakes parts of India

Dehli - A blistering and deadly heatwave in India has so far taken the lives of over 500 people, and there are no signs of a let up. Temperatures in some places reached 118 degrees F. this past week. Weather forecasts call for another week of high temperatures.

Tree rings: California's drought history is not a happy story

Meteorologists were pleased with the heavy rains that pummeled California last week, but had to admit that it wasn't enough to improve the state's drought picture, calling the amount a "drop in the bucket." Actually, we have to get used to the drought.

Global warming may be 'politically correct'

New research has come to light on how global warming is studied. Yet many in the scientific community say climate change is being controlled by political and social groups bent on perpetuating a theory that went out of style in the 1960's.

Canadian Summer: Above average, says Chris Scott, Weather Network

The Weather Network's Chris Scott is one of Canada's leading weather experts and he's calling for summer conditions that will more often be above average when it comes to that which we all crave - heat. The weather will be topsy-turvy in June, however.

Toronto under 'Extreme Heat Alert', feels like 41 degrees Celsius

Toronto - Toronto's Medical Officer of Health, Dr. David McKeown, issued a standard heat alert Tuesday, but with temperatures feeling like 40-plus degrees Celsius, the city is now under an Extreme Heat Alert.

Fifteen U.S. states affected by heat wave

Fifteen states in the Midwest, the Southeast and the Plains are under serious heat advisories because of a heat wave that is building up. Temperatures are expected to reach dangerous levels of over 105 degrees Fahrenheit.

Op-Ed: Study predicts half the Earth 'too hot' in 300 years

A University of New South Wales study has found that temperature increases of 12 Celsius are possible over the next few centuries. This is a longer time scale than most predictors, and the study is sparking a controversy.

Snows of Kilimanjaro shrinking rapidly

The latest survey of the ice fields remaining on the mountain indicate the remaining ice fields atop famed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania could be gone within two decades and perhaps even sooner.

Climate Enigma May Be Resolved

Antarctica is warming is the conclusion of scientists analyzing half a century of temperatures on the continent, and the findings may help resolve a climate enigma.

Global Warming=Governments Skipping School

There are some often overlooked facts about global warming. I will focus on temperatures and temperature stations that they use to gather their so called data. It's quite a joke.

The Brits Welcome Unusual Warm Weather For Easter

For the very first time in many years, the UK is set to have sunny, warm weather for the Easter Bank Holiday weekend meaning caravans have hit the roads and barbecue kits are being sold by the dozen

Debate over whether nature or humans are responsible for increasing global temperatures

Debate over whether nature or humans are responsible for increasing global temperatures. Is it humans or nature? I don't think we will ever know.

Scientists Say Earth Temperatures Near Million-Year High

A U.S. research team says global temperatures are reaching a million-year highpoint, and could surpass that peak in coming decades if current global warming trends continue.
 

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Near-term global warming projections (brick-red region) on[0.13, 0.50] K decade-1, compared with observations (green region)that fall on [0.0, 0.11] K decade-1, and the simple model's 21stcentury warming projections (yellow arrow), falling on 0.09 [0.06,0.12] K decade-1. Credit: Science China Press
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U.S. temperature record from 1950 to 2009 according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
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Record low temperatures in Russia
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This graphic was created based on word frequency to call attention to global climate change.
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Temperatures hit new highs
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Temperature reading as of September 1, 2018
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A melting snowman in Arizona
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WEATHER: A city bus makes its way up Hillsborough Street on a snowy day in Raleigh, North Carolina, in October.
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The Arctic's warming temperatures do have an affect on weather patterns and the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (Amoc).
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The Arctic Report Card for 2016 is a stark reminder of what is in store for the world in 2017.
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: a) NOAA Sea Surface Temperature anomaly (with respect to period 1854-2013) averaged over global oceans (red) and over North Pacific (0-60oN, 110oE-100oW) (cyan). September 2014 temperatures broke the record for both global and North Pacific Sea Surface Temperatures. b) Sea Surface Temperature anomaly of September 2014 from NOAA's ERSST dataset.
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These graphs show average sea level pressure and air temperature anomalies at 925 millibars (about 3,000 feet above sea level) for January 2016.
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