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    Fresh weather data collected on the road Halifax-Sambo Creek

    MeteoTracker
    By MeteoTracker,

    Mild temperatures along the route from Halifax going towards the see at noon time.

    Data collected with my mini weather station MeteoTracker. It takes also some nice weather pictures.

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    Did the early settlers have air stagnation like we do? (Serious replies only)

    Link
    By Link,

    I'm actually curious from an upper atmospheric standpoint if early settlers suffered thru these long fog episodes like we do today? Did they suffer more or less due to knowing how to build houses tougher as the east coast usually doesn't go thru this BS they now suddenly have to encounter OR were it more clear skies then today making it colder?


    The Dramatic Warming Of January Over The Past Century...Clearbrook WA

    snow_wizard
    By snow_wizard,

    I made this graphic a few years ago, but I'm sure many on this forum haven't seen it.  The graph dramatically illustrates the incredible warming that has taken place in the month of January in Clearbrook WA over the past 100 years or so.  Obviously everywhere in the NW has seen the same warming, but it shows up more clearly at this location due to it's easy access to Arctic air when compared to other Western Lowland locations.  To me it is astonishing that anywhere in the Western Lowlands actually had a decade average of 33 for the month of January so relatively recently.  The 1910s averaged 33.0 while the 1950s averaged almost as cold.  Another noteworthy thing that stands out is how abruptly the month of December overtook January as being the coldest month.  That suggests this could be a cyclical phenomenon and not just the result of a warming climate.  Anyway...this gives a pretty fascinating look at how cold the month of January has been in the fairly recent past.  Perhaps we can at least partially return to that with the same abruptness that it ended.

     

     

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