10 thoughts on “Rotating global warming sits over North America again”

  1. Just an observation.
    US is having an extremely cold spell, Australia is having a hot spell.
    The US cold spell is equal to a similar episode in 1896. Australia had an extreme heatwave in 1896.
    I suppose it’s just coincidence.

  2. Record January rainfall in the Goldfields.

    Leonora 180mm (old record 168.4mm)

    Kalgoorlie about 2mm short of a record, but still rain around.

    Heaviest rain looked to be to the east of Kal down toward Israelite Bay, but no recording stations in that area.

    And less than a week ago I heard a BoM employee say bushfires would increase because of “our drying climate”. Whereas, over most of Australia the opposite is true. Heavy rain builds up the fuel load.

  3. Todays Kalgoorlie rainfall of 103 mm takes the January rainfall just past the old record of 185.9mm.

    Max temperature for the last 24 hrs is less than 19C. Well above the record low Jan max of 14.4C set in 1967.

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