Shock News : European Cold Has Nothing To Do With Arctic Ice Extent
September 25, 2012
Originally posted on Real Science:
Our friends have been saying that late summer Arctic ice loss causes cold winters in Europe, but remarkably Europe sometimes has cold winters when late summer Arctic ice extent is high.
I have no idea how anyone could be dumb enough to believe that variations in September ice extent could control January/February weather, but peer review tells us that stupidity is rampant.