Probably the best blog post you’ll read this year

Eli Rabett publishes a translation of Stefan Rahmstorf’s superb German-language discussion of what climate scientists expected from a world with unusually low spring maximum sea-ice cover, what their computer models forecast, and just how closely the forecasts correspond to the weather North-West Europe is putting up with.

That’s what you get if you plug the expected results for surface pressure into a weather forecasting model. Red is unusually hot, blue is unusually cold. And here are the observed temperatures:

Bloody freezing.

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Alex Harrowell is a research analyst for a really large consulting firm on AI and semiconductors. His age is immaterial, especially as he can't be bothered to update this bio regularly. He's from Yorkshire, now an economic migrant in London. His specialist subjects are military history, Germany, the telecommunications industry, and networks of all kinds. He would like to point out that it's nothing personal. Writes the Yorkshire Ranter.

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