Lowest temperatures in Buenos Aires in 90 years

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Lowest temperatures in Buenos Aires in 90 years
Al Gore Wrong Again
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16 Nov 07 - Residents of Argentina and Brazil wonder if this winter will ever end. With temperatures plunging to 2.5C on Thursday, November 15, Buenos Aires recorded the lowest November temperature in 90 years. Only two days have had colder lows in November since records began more than a century ago -once in 1914 (1.6) and again in 1917 (2.4). And remember, the urban heat island effect was much less pronounced back then than it is now. 

In Brazil's southernmost province Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil temperatures fell to 2.3C. In Sao Joaquim Monday's (Nov., 12) the temperature was -1.2 C with frost.

The culprit is a developing la Nina , a cooling of the water in the eastern Pacific along the South American coast, that some climatologists believe could indicate a return to the la Nina dominated situation that dominated from1947 to 1977. El Ninos, a warming of East Pacific waters. have been more common since then. Some climatologists believe the el Ninos may have caused what the IPCC calls "global warming". (I agree.)

NASA has recently indicated that the circulation of the Arctic Ocean has changed from the counterclockwise circulation of the 1990's to the pre-1990 clockwise circulation which could result in a cooling trend in the Arctic.

http://my.telegraph.co.uk/reasonmclucus/november_2007/al_gore_wrong_again.htm
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe and Robert Branch for this info
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