Sunday, December 12, 2010

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For North India.. Met predicts cooler winds all month ...
Pune - Max temp falls by 3.8 deg C..
Mercury level slated to touch a new low this winter ...
Easterlies may start to fill the S-E Bay from 18-Dec.. and this might bring in some rain to N-E Srilanka and C.coastal Tamilnadu aftr 20-Dec
On 14/15-Dec, a weak low circulation is expected over S-E Arabian sea along Kerala coast.. which may bring some rain to Kerala and karnataka
On 13-Dec an anti-cyclone will form over Bay along central & N. Tamilnadu coast ... which will bring in even more DRY weather for Tamilnadu
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia, Baroda 2.35pm, clear skies and sunny, chillness in the air, feeling cold while the sunshines...
Chennai - had a mild DRY day... with medium high cloud cover thru out the day.
RT @r_khanna: Congratulations to @ndtv for using their might to help SaveOurTigers. Tune in to the telethon -
RT @vikramchandra: We WILL saveourtigers. We will not let the tiger disappear! Pls RT and spread the word! @SrBachchan

CancĂșn hit by coldest ever December.

For several years now, we sceptics have bemusedly eyed a phenomenon known as “The Gore Effect”, in veneration of Global Warming’s High Priest and US ex-Vice President, Al Gore.  It describes almost a seemingly causal relationship of temperature decrease whenever global warming or when a global warming event is held. The Gore Effect" has rather a long and uniquely entertaining history. In simple terms, it strikes the warmists whenever and wherever they gather as if Mother Nature herself is mocking their climate hysteria.

CancĂșn has a tropical climate, specifically a tropical wet and dry climate with little temperature differences between seasons, but pronounced rainy seasons. The city is warm year-round, and moderated by onshore trade winds, with an annual mean temperature of 27.1 °C (80.8 °F). This placed the odds stacked heavily against a Gore Effect strike Cancun. And yet, it didn’t fail us. For six consecutive days during the Cancun Meet, temperatures hit a 100 year low!