This blog is being sent to the Connecticut Legislative Task Force on Climate Change and Shoreline Preservation. With the reported extreme warming and meltdown in Greenland a little data might be in order. Be sure to read the NASA article to see how it compares to the temperature record. It is summer in Summit Greenland. They deserve it for saving the planet 360 days a year from catastrophic sea level rise.
Satellite images analyzed by NASA revealed that the icy surface of Greenland has melted more this month than at any time in the history of its observation from space. Almost the entire ice sheet experienced some sort of melting at its surface in recent weeks.
A couple of hours just above the freezing mark, isn’t a major meltdown.
Temperatures have gotten higher numerous times in the last few decades. Apparently NASA just missed them.