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What Global Warming? Alaska is Headed for an Ice Age as Scientists Report State’s Steady Temperature Decline!

Colder: Since 1977, the mean annual temperature has been steadily rising but starting in the early 2000s that has been falling.

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  • What global warming? Alaska is headed for an ice age as scientists report  state’s steady temperature decline! 
    by Daily Mail Reporter, 
    – Since 2000, temperatures in Alaska have  dropped by 2.4 degrees Fahrenheit
    – Scientists reviewed weather reports from 20  climate stations operated by the National Weather Service located across Alaska
    – 19 of the 20 weather stations reported  falling temperatures
    – An ocean phenomenon has disrupted a storm  regulating system thus allowing cold winter storms to linger longer and bring a  deep chill
    – Local residents have noticed the colder  temps but say its no big deal since they are already bundled up for 20-below  zero temperatures

    New research from the Alaska Climate Research  Center shows that since the beginning of the 21st century, temperatures in the  snow covered land of Alaska are actually getting colder – bucking the overall  global warming trend.

    In the Last Frontier, where temperatures can get as cold as 50 degrees below zero, local residents have experienced the increasing chill and scientists now confirm that the Northwest state is indeed seeing a temperature drop.

    A new report from the research center at the  University of Alaska Fairbanks reveals that the 49th state of the union has  cooled by 2.4 degrees Fahrenheit since 2000.

    The drop is described as a ‘large value for a  decade,’ in the academic paper ‘The First Decade of the New Century: A Cooling  Trend for Most of Alaska.’ Scientists based their research on  temperature readings from weather stations operated by the National Weather  Service.

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January 3, 2013 - Posted by | Social Trends | , , , , ,

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