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Richard Black Cherrypicking Data – Surely Not?

January 6, 2010

In his latest report:

Arctic roots of ‘upside-down’ weather”

(Of course it’s only upside down if you are an activist, to the real world it is the natural variations in the NAO, mentioned by Richard, but described as an “extreme”).

In his report he says:

“But not everywhere; in fact, other places in the Northern Hemisphere are seeing weather that’s unseasonably warm.

In Goose Bay in Newfoundland, it’s barely getting below 0C – bikini weather, relatively speaking, given that the average minimum for January is -23C.”

Fair point.

However, lets look at the weather for Goose Bay:

By Saturday is going to be -18/-25 degrees celcius, which looks, well kinda seasonal to me.

But then of course,  I am not a cherry-picking  pro-AGW activist dressed up in the clothes of a BBC journalist.


From → BBC Climate Bias

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