Likely the hottest temperature ever recorded in the Arctic happened today-100.4 F- What's happening in Siberia this year is nothing short of remarkable. The kind of weather we expect by 2100, 80 years early.
For perspective Miami has only reached 100 degrees once on record. https://t.co/WDPRmLRD4d
— Jeff Berardelli (@WeatherProf) June 20, 2020
This is apparently the hottest temperature ever registered in the Arctic (100F ~= 38 Celsius). There’s a good chance that 2020, an already very powerful year, will also become the hottest year on record (PredictIt now puts it at 50/50).
And it’s not even getting boosted by an El Nino, with very low levels of solar irradiation.
All in all, things are certainly looking scorching for climate accelerationism.