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Hawaii’s wild summer of broken high-temperature records - Honolulu has set 29 record highs

 
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Hawaii’s wild summer of broken high-temperature records - Honolulu has set 29 record highs
Tying or breaking a record high temperature is impressive. Doing it several days in a row? Even more notable. But to do it 20 days in a row? That’s unheard of.

But not this year in Hawaii. The Aloha State just wrapped up probably its warmest summer ever, obliterating records left and right and over and over again. It’s yet another location feeling the heat in an ever-warming world.

Honolulu has seen 45 days with record highs so far this year, including 29 days between June and August. That’s the equivalent of more than two record highs every week. Beginning Aug. 10, Honolulu hit 90 degrees each of the next 37 days.

But even more impressive have been the nighttime lows. From 1950 to 2018, only 14 nights failed to drop below 80 degrees. This year has featured 19 such nights. The combination of toasty daytime highs and even steamier nighttime lows has helped 2019 claim the top spot for having the hottest calendar day on record in Honolulu — and snag second and third place in the process, while tying twice for fourth.

Honolulu also hit 95 degrees on the final day of August. That set a record for the hottest August temperature recorded in more than a century of bookkeeping, as well as tied the record for hottest year-round temperature.

All told, Honolulu recorded its hottest summer in the books, coming in 0.3 degrees warmer than 2005, the previous record holder.

It’s not just a phenomenon local to Honolulu. In fact, of the four long-running climate sites spread along the Hawaiian archipelago, three of them saw their warmest summer on record.

It’s no coincidence that Hawaii’s seeing a flurry of record-high temperatures. As climate change causes warming, the pendulum will continue to swing toward record highs outpacing record lows at an exponentially accelerating clip. All the while, the background temperature continues to sneak upward, Honolulu having warmed about 2.4 degrees Fahrenheit since 1950.

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Current seawater temp:

About 2° above normal and 1° above maximum.

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Same thing for Alaska this summer. Record highs. Record Veges at state fair. Biggest pumpkin ever at over 2000 pounds. Record cabbage, etc etc.
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Fake news.
I am SNOWIE
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Fake news.
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Uh no, it’s not. It’s been truly sweltering here this year. I’ve been in Hawaii 18 years and this has been the hottest by far.
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Pacific Decadal Oscillation

Look it up, it's a long wave that transports the warm/cool waters between North America and Asia coasts. Currently the warm is flowing into the West Coast of NA and the cool towards East Asia coast. This process (we think) takes place every 40 to 50 years, but since we only have had satellite and steady (actual, not postulated) temp reading for the past 60 to 100 years respectively, our grasp on the total picture and how this combines with the other long waves El Nino, La Nina, ADO, is lacking to say the least.
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Pacific Decadal Oscillation

Look it up, it's a long wave that transports the warm/cool waters between North America and Asia coasts. Currently the warm is flowing into the West Coast of NA and the cool towards East Asia coast. This process (we think) takes place every 40 to 50 years, but since we only have had satellite and steady (actual, not postulated) temp reading for the past 60 to 100 years respectively, our grasp on the total picture and how this combines with the other long waves El Nino, La Nina, ADO, is lacking to say the least.
 Quoting: Proskiracer


"What makes this year so extreme? Ocean waters, in particular, have been abnormally warm. But they’re not the sole cause. They were warmer in 2015, when air temperatures weren’t as hot as this summer.

However, this year, compared with 2015, a much broader area of above-average sea surface temperatures exists for thousands of miles east and northeast of Hawaii, from which direction the trade winds blow. Weather Underground reported that August 2019 was the warmest month for global ocean water temperatures on record, based on records dating to 1854. That would have an enormous role in boosting temperatures and humidity."
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Fake news.
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This fuckwit is rather limited in vocabulary, isn't it?

So tell us...how is this article "fake news"?
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Pacific Decadal Oscillation

Look it up, it's a long wave that transports the warm/cool waters between North America and Asia coasts. Currently the warm is flowing into the West Coast of NA and the cool towards East Asia coast. This process (we think) takes place every 40 to 50 years, but since we only have had satellite and steady (actual, not postulated) temp reading for the past 60 to 100 years respectively, our grasp on the total picture and how this combines with the other long waves El Nino, La Nina, ADO, is lacking to say the least.
 Quoting: Proskiracer


"What makes this year so extreme? Ocean waters, in particular, have been abnormally warm. But they’re not the sole cause. They were warmer in 2015, when air temperatures weren’t as hot as this summer.

However, this year, compared with 2015, a much broader area of above-average sea surface temperatures exists for thousands of miles east and northeast of Hawaii, from which direction the trade winds blow. Weather Underground reported that August 2019 was the warmest month for global ocean water temperatures on record, based on records dating to 1854. That would have an enormous role in boosting temperatures and humidity."
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Thats not climate- thats FUKUSHIMA radiation HEAT spreading across oceans, escalating annually, as the emissions off Japan never stopped since 2011.
w/ rads, the problem BIOACCUMULATES, doesnt disperse. Convection then evaporates the hot isotopes into the atmosphere, boiling the entire hot zone in a water loop.
Its been cooler than ever on E coast.
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Re: Hawaii’s wild summer of broken high-temperature records - Honolulu has set 29 record highs
Pacific Decadal Oscillation

Look it up, it's a long wave that transports the warm/cool waters between North America and Asia coasts. Currently the warm is flowing into the West Coast of NA and the cool towards East Asia coast. This process (we think) takes place every 40 to 50 years, but since we only have had satellite and steady (actual, not postulated) temp reading for the past 60 to 100 years respectively, our grasp on the total picture and how this combines with the other long waves El Nino, La Nina, ADO, is lacking to say the least.
 Quoting: Proskiracer


"What makes this year so extreme? Ocean waters, in particular, have been abnormally warm. But they’re not the sole cause. They were warmer in 2015, when air temperatures weren’t as hot as this summer.

However, this year, compared with 2015, a much broader area of above-average sea surface temperatures exists for thousands of miles east and northeast of Hawaii, from which direction the trade winds blow. Weather Underground reported that August 2019 was the warmest month for global ocean water temperatures on record, based on records dating to 1854. That would have an enormous role in boosting temperatures and humidity."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72963006


Thats not climate- thats FUKUSHIMA radiation HEAT spreading across oceans, escalating annually, as the emissions off Japan never stopped since 2011.
w/ rads, the problem BIOACCUMULATES, doesnt disperse. Convection then evaporates the hot isotopes into the atmosphere, boiling the entire hot zone in a water loop.
Its been cooler than ever on E coast.
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Weather Underground reported that August 2019 was the warmest month for global ocean water temperatures on record, based on records dating to 1854.

LOL...do you even have a clue how much energy would be required to heat up all the global oceans to reach a record monthly average temperature?

Or even just the entire north Pacific Ocean?
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To the Moran that gave me red karma saying I’m not in Hawaii -

I returned from Texas end of July. tongue
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or the birds in the sky, and they will tell you;
or speak to the earth, and it will teach you,
or let the fish in the sea inform you." - Job 12:7,8

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Many fires on the islands as well
to be expected with the sweltering heat
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To the Moran that gave me red karma saying I’m not in Hawaii -

I returned from Texas end of July. :tongue:
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Breaking news:

Its hot in Hawaii!

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Another one yesterday. That makes it 30.





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