December 10th. An hour of climate activism, please. Mark your calendars.

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By John Jorgensen (not verified) on 01 Dec 2014 #permalink

The temperature over Greenland at present is between about 10 and 50 or so degrees below freezing C. So that might have been an interesting weather event but short lived.

Greg, ignore Robert Scribbler. He tends to go straight to the top...and then quite a bit over. It's not nearly as bad as the stuff from Steven Goddard on the pseudoskeptic side, but you will find most on realist side (that'll be us) ignoring him.