The polar vortex has split in two about two weeks ago. While Europe is reporting very cold temperatures, an absolute heat record for February and actually all winter months has been set at Cape Morris-Jesup, the northest point of Greenland, situated at 83.7 ° degrees north latitude. The thermometer reached an amazing + 6.2°C! This is a deviation of approximately – 15°C from the ‘norm’. No less crazy, +0.8°C were measured southeast from the cape.

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Greenland heat record breaks all records since the porlar vortex split in two in February 2018.

Just remember that the polar vortex split in two mid of February, bringing cold weather to Europe, and the US west coast and hot temperatures to Greenland.

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  1. There is someone … who is heating the atmosphere in a bad way with all of us in the middle and changing the climate on planet Earth, our home. That someone … is dividing the polar vortex split
    in two parts … M.F. – S.O.B. HAARP.

  2. […] Such warm water is appearing to have an effect on air temperatures. At the north tip of Greenland, about 400 miles to the south of the North Pole, the weather station Cape Morris Jesup has logged a record-crushing 61 hours above freezing so far this calendar year. The previous record, dating to 1980, was 16 hours through the end of April in 2011, according to Robert Rohde, a physicist at Berkeley Earth, a nonprofit that conducts temperature analysis. At one point, the temperature was as high as 43 degrees (6.1 degrees Celsius). […]

  3. […] Such warm water is appearing to have an effect on air temperatures. At the north tip of Greenland, about 400 miles to the south of the North Pole, the weather station Cape Morris Jesup has logged a record-crushing 61 hours above freezing so far this calendar year. The previous record, dating to 1980, was 16 hours through the end of April in 2011, according to Robert Rohde, a physicist at Berkeley Earth, a nonprofit that conducts temperature analysis. At one point, the temperature was as high as 43 degrees (6.1 degrees Celsius). […]

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