As those of us in the Upper Midwest shiver through a deep freeze, it might be worth remembering these facts:
Consider that the 15 hottest years on record have all come since 1997. Or that this will be the third straight decade to break the mark for global temps. And that it’s been 358 months since the planet had a cooler-than-average month, and more than 100 years since we last had a record-cold month.And this graph of atmospheric carbon dioxide levels is interesting:
Via Paul Douglas' On Weather blog.