9 thoughts on “Hottest September Ever

  1. The fanatics supporting MMCC proved they have no interest in science, just propaganda when they appropiated the term “Denier”.
    I may be wrong. But I am not a criminal denying a crime I committed nor do I have a psychological problem that I am denying!!!
    Their use of the term destroys their credibility by showing they have closed minds.

    Yes, I am a doubter. Yet another prediction has been proven wrong this month:

    “UN Scientists Warn Time Is Running Out to Tackle Global Warming

    “Governments are running out of time to address climate change and to avoid the worst effects of rising temperatures, an influential UN panel warned yesterday.

    “Greater energy efficiency, renewable electricity sources and new technology to dump carbon dioxide underground can all help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the experts said. But there could be as little as eight years left to avoid a dangerous global average rise of 2C or more.”

  2. Cape Town – 2015-05-12 Warnings of a bitterly cold winter this year is fast becoming a reality for South Africans, as snow fall was reported again this weekend in the higher parts of the country and Lesotho on Sunday, 10 May.
    Snow fall was reported to Snow Report SA’s Facebook page by travellers on the Sani Pass in KwaZulu-Natal, and from Lesotho’s AfriSki Mountain Resort. Snow fall was also reported from the Letseng Diamond Mine plant in Mokhotlong, Lesotho, and in Elliot in the Eastern Cape.
    The South African Weather Service, in their seasonal weather report, warned that below-normal maximum and minimum temperatures are to be expected until the end of May this year.
    After May, a colder than usual winter is expected to be felt especially in the Eastern Cape of SA, among other regions. Traveller24 reported earlier that a longer than usual winter with bitterly cold, dry conditions, and plenty of heavy frost and sub-zero temperatures can be expected in these areas.
    Eskom is currently not implementing loadshedding (check for updates here), but South Africans are urged to make sufficient preparations for facing the upcoming cold months with limited use of electricity. South Africans are also urged to make safe use of alternative heat and cooking sources such as gas and paraffin.

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