The Sundance Film Festival will be held January 19 – 29 in Park City, Utah with a new climate change movie from Al Gore yet to be named — and the timing could not be better, it coincides with the Presidential inauguration. Whenever there is a meeting on climate change, In Copenhagen, jn Cancoun, Washington, D.C or wherever, it seems to be unusually cold. This film festival has an environmental theme, so the Polar Vortex is here to last.
Bur fear not: Here is Al Gore in front of a radar image of a rare Southern Hemisphere hurricane:
Catastrophe fear was his gripe
“CO2, it is bad
we’ll all die, we’ve been had.”
The Grinch, not the Santa Claus type.
Meanwhile, up near the North Pole it is unusually warm. Why? Because it is snowing much more than normal. Look at this week’s map and chart of Greenland. The snow accumulation is nearly twice normal since the start of the season.
The Polar Vortex is now firmly established over Siberia and North America. Burr, it’s cold outside.