Saturday, August 9, 2008

Hawaii: Record Low of 64° on August 3, 2008

More empirical evidence that backs up the undeniable fact that we’re still in a strong cooling trend (see also Alaska’s summer cooling records). Of course, the alarmists will say this is just proof of “global warming” or “manmade climate change.” Or, La Nina’s cooling effect is just masking the warming for at least ten to twenty years, LOL!

Trade winds pick up; fire threat increases:

It may appear to be an abrupt change in conditions, after Maui County experienced a record low 64 degrees on Sunday that combined with steady afternoon showers to provide another near record 65 degrees on Monday, before the daytime temperature zipped up to a high of 91 degrees that afternoon.

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