Bild.de alarmistisch met bikini-foto: “2010 kan het heetste jaar allertijden worden”

FORSCHER ALARMIERT2010 könnte das heißeste Jahr aller Zeiten werden!

24.05.2010 – 13:45 UHR

Regen, Kälte, Wind – seit Wochen frieren die Deutschen sich durch den Frühling, der sich gar nicht wie Frühling anfühlt. Die Temperaturen sind bislang kaum über die 20-Grad-Marke geklettert, und auch im Rest von Europa vermiest das Wetter den Menschen die Laune. Jetzt kündigten Forscher an: 2010 könnte zum heißesten Jahr aller bisherigen Zeiten werden!

WIE PASST DAS ZUSAMMEN?

Nach einem Bericht der „Sunday Times“ fanden Klima-Forscher heraus: Schon zwischen Januar und April waren die globalen Temperaturen rekordverdächtig hoch. Und dieser Trend könnte sich den Rest des Jahres fortsetzen!

Lees hele artikel -> bild.de

En vergelijk: drroyspencer.com/2010/05/global-average-sea-surface-temperatures-poised-for-a-plunge/

Door | 2010-05-24T23:33:51+00:00 24 mei 2010|2 Reacties

2 Reacties

  1. Paul van Egmond 25 mei 2010 om 03:01 - Antwoorden

    Kijk eens aan… een warmere wereld heeft dus toch nog voordelen! Hoewel het met die extra warmte snel voorbij zal zijn als alle meisjes dergelijke ultrahoog-albedo-bikini’s gaan dragen!

  2. Z&T 25 mei 2010 om 16:29 - Antwoorden

    Grappig dat Platts het tegenovergestelde naar voren brengt.

    Z&T

    Cool summer likely for UK, N Europe

    25-05-2010

    Source: Platts gas news 25-05-2010

    Temperatures across northern mainland Europe and the UK are

    expected to be cooler than normal in June and July though the

    southern mainland is expected to be warmer than normal, USbased

    forecaster Weather Service International said Monday.

    According to WSI, the UK, rural parts of Scandinavia and

    northern mainland Europe will experience cooler than average

    temperatures in June and July, though by August temperatures in

    the UK and parts of northern mainland Europe are forecast to be

    slightly warmer than normal.

    WSI said that southern mainland Europe would experience

    warmer than normal temperatures throughout the summer, while

    southeastern Europe is the most likely region to see significant

    and prolonged heat this summer.

    “The recent historic persistence of the negative phase of the

    North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) shows no signs of abating, and

    this, along with the very quick transition to La Nina conditions

    and relatively cool local ocean temperatures, suggests another

    cool summer for the UK and parts of northern Europe,” said WSI

    Chief Meteorologist, Dr. Todd Crawford. “Warmer weather, relative

    to normal, will be confined to southern European locations this

    summer.” Temperatures can have a significant impact on gas and

    electricity demand with heating demand typically increasing in

    winter months, while in the summer particularly hot conditions

    can also increase electricity demand due to increased usage of

    air conditioning systems.

    In March, Jonathan Powell, senior weather forecaster at

    Positive Weather Solutions, told Platts that the forecaster was

    expecting “a warmer than average summer” and that some

    temperature records could be broken.

    In 2009, the UK state-funded weather forecaster, the Met

    Office, predicted a “barbecue summer” for 2009, but actual

    temperatures left sun-lovers disappointed.

    The Met Office came under further fire after it predicted a

    warmer-than-average winter for 2009-10, which turned out to be

    one of the coldest winters in decades, sending gas demand

    soaring to new records.

    The Met Office has since decided to stop publishing long-range

    seasonal forecasts for the general public.

Geef een reactie