Snow in Saudi Arabia in May?

From the Saudi Gazette In one of the rare occasions, Saudis enjoy the snowfall in Al-Baha city south-west of Riyadh, Tuesday. Torrential rains pouring down on Al-Baha accompanied by gusty winds were accompanied by snow capping the mountains and covering the valley areas and the forests of Al-Zaraeb and Khayrah. Advertisements


Caption this photo

WUWT reader David Summers sends this photo along taken a few days ago in 2007 in Australia from a colleague that “returned there for the summer”. I thought it might make a fun photo caption exercise.

Spencer on an alternate view of CO2 increases

This interesting essay by Dr. Spencer is reposted from his blog, link here: Global Warming Causing Carbon Dioxide Increases: A Simple Model May 11th, 2009 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D. Global warming theory assumes that the increasing carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere comes entirely from anthropogenic sources, and it is that CO2 increase…

PDO — ENSO, Aleutian Low, or some of each?

PDO — ENSO, Aleutian Low, or some of each? Guest Post by Basil Copeland Introduction In a recent post here at WUWT, as well as on his own blog, Bob Tisdale challenged the popular view that the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) is a principal driver of climate independent of the tropical El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO)…