What's Up with Global Warming?
Antartica-Highest September snowfall on record And third largest sea-ice extent:
17 Oct 10 - "Antarctic sea ice reached its annual maximum in September. September 2010 was the third largest sea ice extent on record (2.3 percent above average), behind 2006 (largest) and 2007 (second largest).
"According to Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology, the continent received an average precipitation of 1.91 inches (48.4 mm) during September — nearly double the 1961–1990 average and the highest September value on record.
"Keep in mind that at an average temperature of -60 C extra precipitation is SNOW. And a new record. But don’t expect the MSM (mainstream media) to report it."
The Artic ice volume is up too. Oceans are cooler. Hurricane seasons have not been as brutal as predicted.
So what's up- is our climate getting warmer or not?