Tuesday, November 30, 2010

'Hottest Year Ever' Update: Norway at 140 Year Record-Breaking Cold

via Google Translate of the Meteorology Institute of Norway Posted 11/26/2010 10:37

Both of Buskerud, Telemark and Aust-Agder, it was cold set records Thursday night. Never before has it been so cold in November in the three counties.

In the Hovden were measured minus 29.4 degrees Thursday night. There are three degrees colder than the old record from 2002. During the 140 years of measurement stations have been operating, there has never been so cold at Hovden in November.

- It's the coldest that has been measured by the official weather station of the meteorological department in Aust-Agder in the last 140 years. This is very special, "says Bernt Lie vêrstatistikkar nrk.no.

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  1. It's even worse than we thought.

    Trondheim, coldest November in 222 years!


  2. Perhaps Norway should rest some of its hydropower plants and start building coal power plants to introduce some warming.

  3. It is going to have to take us all, the general populace around the globe, to come out onto the streets, once and for all, and protest against these stubborn politicians and UN fat cats needlessly demonizing CO2 and promoting the IPCC's man-made global warming mantra con ... and scream at the top of our heads "We're fed up of this great big global warming swindle, and we're not going to put up with it anymore". We must also demand for the immediate dismantling of the fraudulent and corrupt IPCC.

  4. 18 all-time NATIONAL heat records in 2010 somehow seems a little more persuasive to me than 3 counties in Norway in November having cold records.

  5. Please provide the 18 national heat records for verification.

    Please explain why 18 out of 195 countries in the world constitutes an anomaly.