The Sherrick winter

The Sherrick winter

PostBy: coalnewbie On: Thu Jul 10, 2014 3:56 pm

William has been predicting a cool summer and a btichy winter

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/cap ... next-week/

Hmmmmm,,,, got coal
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: Pancho On: Thu Jul 10, 2014 10:24 pm

....yes he has....so it's HIS fault!. :x

50's in July. @)#*(&%(*&!@#%$P)(U&
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: wsherrick On: Fri Jul 11, 2014 12:02 am

So. You shouldn't be surprised then since I told you months ago. Your expletives bring me great comfort. :D

All kidding aside. This pattern is supposed to continue for an indefinite period. They are thinking that maybe September will be a little warmer before the decent into the coming winter.
Even if it is a normal winter it is still better to have more coal rather than less.

Below is the temperature forecast for the next 45 days. It is expected to average well below normal for the rest of the Summer.
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: CapeCoaler On: Fri Jul 11, 2014 6:41 am

Looks like we get the warm stuff...
Time to get out the AC...
The Sharks will like it too...
They caught one on film in The Bay...
No one is safe now...
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: Pancho On: Fri Jul 11, 2014 8:46 am

wsherrick wrote:So. You shouldn't be surprised then since I told you months ago. Your expletives bring me great comfort. :D

All kidding aside. This pattern is supposed to continue for an indefinite period. They are thinking that maybe September will be a little warmer before the decent into the coming winter.
Even if it is a normal winter it is still better to have more coal rather than less.

Below is the temperature forecast for the next 45 days. It is expected to average well below normal for the rest of the Summer.


Here's to hoping you are wrong on that point.....but that aside, the weather dude this morning on the news said this cold snap is caused from the residue of that beastly typhoon that hit Japan. If that's truly the case....this shouldn't be a trend.....I hope. :surrender:

BTW, coal should be delivered next week. I'll get my 6 tons of stove that I ordered and I'll pick up some nut to have on deck if need be.
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: Pancho On: Fri Jul 11, 2014 8:46 am

wsherrick wrote:So. You shouldn't be surprised then since I told you months ago. Your expletives bring me great comfort. :D

All kidding aside. This pattern is supposed to continue for an indefinite period. They are thinking that maybe September will be a little warmer before the decent into the coming winter.
Even if it is a normal winter it is still better to have more coal rather than less.

Below is the temperature forecast for the next 45 days. It is expected to average well below normal for the rest of the Summer.


Here's to hoping you are wrong on that point.....but that aside, the weather dude this morning on the news said this cold snap is caused from the residue of that beastly typhoon that hit Japan. If that's truly the case....this shouldn't be a trend.....I hope. :surrender:

BTW, coal should be delivered next week. I'll get my 6 tons of stove that I ordered and I'll pick up some nut to have on deck if need be.
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: wsherrick On: Fri Jul 11, 2014 11:19 pm

It's a trend and it's not just me making it up. This happens on a regular basis. The Sun goes through cycles of much lowered activity every 200 years or so. It's time for it again. And it is happening. It will take another five or six years for the average person to catch on. Look up Maunder Minimum and Dalton Minimum. Another Solar Minimum is upon us. Some winters will be warmer than others of course, but; the trend has been downward for almost a decade and it will continue to do so for several more decades.
Those Currier & Ives postcard winters are returning for the remainder of our lifetimes.
The water temperatures in the middle of Lake Superior and the other upper lakes are just above freezing still.
There is still ice floating in the Lakes even now. See article below.

https://twitter.com/TillyLaCampagne/status/484776177794441216/photo/1
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: scalabro On: Sat Jul 12, 2014 6:46 am

Weather Bell Analyitics had an article on this phenomenon recently. I'll try to find it and post a link.
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Sun Jul 13, 2014 9:11 am

wsherrick wrote:It's a trend and it's not just me making it up. This happens on a regular basis. The Sun goes through cycles of much lowered activity every 200 years or so. It's time for it again. And it is happening. It will take another five or six years for the average person to catch on. Look up Maunder Minimum and Dalton Minimum. Another Solar Minimum is upon us. Some winters will be warmer than others of course, but; the trend has been downward for almost a decade and it will continue to do so for several more decades.
Those Currier & Ives postcard winters are returning for the remainder of our lifetimes.
The water temperatures in the middle of Lake Superior and the other upper lakes are just above freezing still.
There is still ice floating in the Lakes even now. See article below.

https://twitter.com/TillyLaCampagne/status/484776177794441216/photo/1


I thought it was global warming that was causing global cooling? I'm confused.
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: Sunny Boy On: Sun Jul 13, 2014 9:41 am

Flyer5 wrote:
I thought it was global warming that was causing global cooling? I'm confused.


Sheesh ! It's "climate disruption". Ya gotta keep up.

It's already on it's third name because the other names didn't fool enough people into becoming believers!

I hear they are already holding a contest to try and come up with an even better name, but it's turning out to be tough to make out the suggestions - what with their teeth chattering ! :D

Paul
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: jpete On: Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:07 am

As long as we don't have another "year without a summer", I'll take the cooler weather and say "Thank you." :D

http://history1800s.about.com/od/crimes ... Summer.htm

Newspapers in Connecticut decades later reported that old farmers in the state referred to 1816 as "eighteen hundred and starve to death."
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: fifthg On: Sun Jul 13, 2014 12:07 pm

Sunny Boy wrote:
Flyer5 wrote:
I thought it was global warming that was causing global cooling? I'm confused.


Sheesh ! It's "climate disruption". Ya gotta keep up.

It's already on it's third name because the other names didn't fool enough people into becoming believers!

I hear they are already holding a contest to try and come up with an even better name, but it's turning out to be tough to make out the suggestions - what with their teeth chattering ! :D

Paul

Now doggone it fellas,I thought I straightened this out before.If coal causes globull warming, then what could be better than that?.The more ya burn,the less you'll need.Badabing badabang badaboom,problem solved. Unless you're a coal producer.
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: carlherrnstein On: Sun Jul 13, 2014 12:47 pm

jpete wrote:As long as we don't have another "year without a summer", I'll take the cooler weather and say "Thank you." :D

http://history1800s.about.com/od/crimes ... Summer.htm

Newspapers in Connecticut decades later reported that old farmers in the state referred to 1816 as "eighteen hundred and starve to death."



Funny you should mention that there is a man around here that has a journal of one of his ancestors' from 1816 and it mentions that there were killing frosts in every month of that year. They had to kill there horses to have something to eat.
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: rberq On: Sun Jul 13, 2014 12:59 pm

jpete wrote:As long as we don't have another "year without a summer", I'll take the cooler weather and say "Thank you."

And THAT's what is so scary about this *censored* with global warming and sun cooling and some places getting colder because other places get warmer.
Ice is still floating in Lake Superior today???
Think about the narrow margin between having summer and having ice last until -- what -- July? August? Later? A mere 12,000 years ago, perhaps 150 human lifetimes ago, large parts of North America were covered by glaciers year-round. I fully believe humans are causing global warming, to some extent, but whether that is good or bad I don't think anybody knows. I read a theory years ago that said, ice ages don't come on gradually, rather when the tipping point is reached one springtime, it just doesn't stop snowing, and we are *censored*. Scares the *censored* out of me, though I don't expect to be around to see it.
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Re: The Sherrick winter

PostBy: jpete On: Sun Jul 13, 2014 2:46 pm

It has to be more than man made or else we wouldn't have the earlier ice ages. I think man is a flea to the earth. A minor annoyance.
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