Very hot day in the Sierra de Urbión, N. Spain, #España: looking for the last snowdrifts.— Agustín Sandoval (@meteoduruelo) August 4, 2018
But the worst is in central and southwestern Spain: the weather forecast for today is 40 C in Madrid and around 45 C (113 F!) in Sevilla or Córdoba.@StormHour@EarthandClouds#ThePhotoHour pic.twitter.com/BMY8gYqd8p
“Southern California coastal waters have been anomalously warm since the beginning of 2014, when we experienced a marine heatwave,” @Scripps_Ocean— Ed Joyce (@EdJoyce) August 4, 2018
Scripps Pier records highest ocean temperature in its 102-year history: 78.6° https://t.co/LOMKkHqUeS #oceans #cawx #ClimateChange pic.twitter.com/Rtc39bTbE4
Nice charts deniers never see or listen to...
Because they already "know" everything.
Apparently we just lived through the warmest year on record in Austria, going back at least to the 1700s and probably a lot longer. I have a really interesting Twitter thread I want to tell about that #AustriaWX ... https://t.co/r2eVku5Zon ... 1/ pic.twitter.com/G1gGn4kcaG— Bob Berwyn (@bberwyn) December 20, 2018