Media cite Climate Reanalyzer in reports on polar vortex
The Associated Press, USA Today, The Weather Channel, Forbes, Brisbane Times, The Irish Times, The New Zealand Herald, Belfast Telegraph and Bangor Daily News cited the University of Maine’s Climate Reanalyzer in reports on weather events in the United States linked to the polar vortex. Recent winter storms and extreme cold do not disprove climate change, the reports state. The world as a whole was 0.7 degrees warmer on Jan. 28 and 0.5 degrees warmer on Jan. 29 than the 1979–2000 average, according to the Climate Reanalyzer. Rapid City Journal, Scottsbluff Star Herald and The Florida Times-Union carried the AP report.