2 thoughts on “NOAA: Northeast shelf sea temps highest in 150 years — cause, meaning unknown”

  1. If something like it happened 150 years ago, I am unalarmed. Unless it causes another Gettysburg like it did in 1863. I hear it was hot there. (/s)

  2. It is a feature of reversed easterly type wind flows becoming more frequent as the mid latitude jets sink equatorward due to low solar activity.

    I recall the same phenomenon being commented on in the cold winter pf 62-63.

    The easterly flows cause some backing up of warm Gulf Stream water in the region around NE USA before iot resumes travel across the north Atlantic.

    It is one of many signs of a cooling global climate regime.

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