"If we had June or July sun, it would have been 80 degrees, but we didn't."
We are in #RunawayAbruptClimateChange and the situation is extremely dire.
There is a small number of us trying to warn about it with varying degrees of success but we will continue to try.
We are in the exponential phase of this catastrophe and our biosphere will now unravel at lightning speed, brace for imminent impact when the summer cooks the Arctic.
The Arctic sea ice has already hit a record low, it is about to be annihilated.
The temperature just hit 71 degrees (22 centigrade)
31 March, 2016
Alaska has had plenty of uncharacteristic weather in recent months, but Thursday took it to a new extreme.
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And there it is. The first 70°F reading in Alaska during March in any year! #akwx #StateRecord pic.twitter.com/qeGNVViR0v
— Brian Brettschneider (@Climatologist49) March 31, 2016