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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 4:13pm

 pigtail wrote:

so glad you're here to keep me honest.  I have no reason to lie.  The recorded temps in Crystal Cove today was 92.  Google the actual temperature.  Not someone in a studio that knows nothing about what she's reporting.  I could really care less at this point.  The fact that you would try to prove I am lying on a damn forum is funnier than anything else.  And yeah far fetched was my point!
  
No, you just posted it as an example or was it proof of Climate Change by posting it in this thread ?  I have a very hard time seeing the temp above 75 anywhere on the actual beach in SoCal at 9 AM unless there is an offshore wind.

The place where the temp for Crystal Cove is taken is inland at John Wayne Airport.  There is no official temp reporting station at Crystal Cove which is just a click south of my home beach, Pelican Point.

https://www.willyweather.com/ca/orange-county/crystal-cove-state-park.html

https://weather.com/weather/monthly/l/Crystal+Cove+State+Park+3170:19:US
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This is how the myth's grow and continue.  People who don't know any better are going to believe you because "you are there."

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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 3:43pm

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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 3:16pm



 kurtster wrote:

ok I didn't expect to debate anyone about what I'm experiencing firsthand but yeah just google it.  




Just did.  Today is Wednesday, right ?

So again, where was it 96 at the beach this morning in SoCal ?

I wouldn't have questioned it if your statement about the beach temps was not so far fetched.


 



 

so glad you're here to keep me honest.  I have no reason to lie.  The recorded temps in Crystal Cove today was 92.  Google the actual temperature.  Not someone in a studio that knows nothing about what she's reporting.  I could really care less at this point.  The fact that you would try to prove I am lying on a damn forum is funnier than anything else.  And yeah far fetched was my point!
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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 2:38pm

 pigtail wrote:


 kurtster wrote:

2nd generation native here.

I'll bet the temps you cited were for the South Bay, from Palos Verdes Point north to Santa Monica.  Very typical with the heat from the SF Valley radiating towards the beaches.

From Seal Beach south through HB and beyond, I'll bet that the actual temps at the beach itself are only in the upper 80's as I mentioned.  There is a big difference between upper 80's and upper 90's.

My high school which was built in 1962 was built with central AC.  There was a reason for that.  It was hot more than it was not hot.
 
ok I didn't expect to debate anyone about what I'm experiencing firsthand but yeah just google it.  



Just did.  Today is Wednesday, right ?

So again, where was it 96 at the beach this morning in SoCal ?

I wouldn't have questioned it if your statement about the beach temps was not so far fetched.


 


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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 2:37pm



 Red_Dragon wrote:


pigtail wrote:

ok I didn't expect to debate anyone about what I'm experiencing firsthand but yeah just google it.  


 


  How long have you known Kurt?

 

Right?  I shoulda known better.
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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 2:33pm



pigtail wrote:

ok I didn't expect to debate anyone about what I'm experiencing firsthand but yeah just google it.  


 


  How long have you known Kurt?

pigtail

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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 2:23pm



 kurtster wrote:

2nd generation native here.

I'll bet the temps you cited were for the South Bay, from Palos Verdes Point north to Santa Monica.  Very typical with the heat from the SF Valley radiating towards the beaches.

From Seal Beach south through HB and beyond, I'll bet that the actual temps at the beach itself are only in the upper 80's as I mentioned.  There is a big difference between upper 80's and upper 90's.

My high school which was built in 1962 was built with central AC.  There was a reason for that.  It was hot more than it was not hot.
 
ok I didn't expect to debate anyone about what I'm experiencing firsthand but yeah just google it.  

kurtster

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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 2:16pm

 pigtail wrote:


 kurtster wrote:

Not what ?

You do know that SoCal is actually a desert ?
 
Yes I am very aware.  Born and raised here.  I don't know about the 60's but the temp at the beach ANY time of year has rarely been over 85.  90+ is extremely out of character. 

 
2nd generation native here.

I'll bet the temps you cited were for the South Bay, from Palos Verdes Point north to Santa Monica.  Very typical with the heat from the SF Valley radiating towards the beaches.

From Seal Beach south through HB and beyond, I'll bet that the actual temps at the beach itself are only in the upper 80's as I mentioned.  There is a big difference between upper 80's and upper 90's.

My high school which was built in 1962 was built with central AC.  There was a reason for that.  It was hot more than it was not hot.
pigtail

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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 1:55pm



 kurtster wrote:

Not what ?

You do know that SoCal is actually a desert ?
 
Yes I am very aware.  Born and raised here.  I don't know about the 60's but the temp at the beach ANY time of year has rarely been over 85.  90+ is extremely out of character. 

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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 1:39pm

 pigtail wrote:


 kurtster wrote:

Yeah, I remember many days like that back in the 60's.  I basically lived on the beach then with only a 10 minute lazy walk to the beach from my house.  You know where I lived.  Pretty common actually.  This time of the year was always very volatile and was most often when the Santana's whipped up as well.

For a really good time dial 714 - 536 - 9303

At 12.45 pm PT it was only 87° at the Huntington Pier. Water temp 67°.  Yep, pretty normal.
 

NOT
 
Not what ?

You do know that SoCal is actually a desert ?
pigtail

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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 1:27pm



 kurtster wrote:

Yeah, I remember many days like that back in the 60's.  I basically lived on the beach then with only a 10 minute lazy walk to the beach from my house.  You know where I lived.  Pretty common actually.  This time of the year was always very volatile and was most often when the Santana's whipped up as well.

For a really good time dial 714 - 536 - 9303

At 12.45 pm PT it was only 87° at the Huntington Pier. Water temp 67°.  Yep, pretty normal.
 

NOT
kurtster

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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 12:59pm

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96 degrees at 9:30AM on the beaches of southern CA.  Yeah, that sounds normal for Autumn
 
Yeah, I remember many days like that back in the 60's.  I basically lived on the beach then with only a 10 minute lazy walk to the beach from my house.  You know where I lived.  Pretty common actually.  This time of the year was always very volatile and was most often when the Santana's whipped up as well.

For a really good time dial 714 - 536 - 9303

At 12.45 pm PT it was only 87° at the Huntington Pier. Water temp 67°.  Yep, pretty normal.
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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 12:44pm

96 degrees at 9:30AM on the beaches of southern CA.  Yeah, that sounds normal for Autumn
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Posted: Sep 30, 2020 - 4:36am

Torres Straits Islanders claims against Australia  could set a global precedent as they claim
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Posted: Sep 28, 2020 - 12:05am

Marine heatwaves are human made
A marine heatwave (ocean heatwave) is an extended period of time in which the water temperature in a particular ocean region is abnormally high. In recent years, heatwaves of this kind have caused considerable changes to the ecosystems in the open seas and at the coast. Their list of negative effects is long: Marine heatwaves can lead to increased mortality among birds, fish and marine mammals, they can trigger harmful algal blooms, and greatly reduce the supply of nutrients in the ocean. Heatwaves also lead to coral bleaching, trigger movements of fish communities to colder waters, and may contribute to the sharp decline of the polar icecaps.

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Posted: Sep 20, 2020 - 12:34pm

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Posted: Sep 18, 2020 - 3:40am



 rgio wrote:


 R_P wrote:
Two major Antarctic glaciers are tearing loose from their restraints, scientists say
Pine Island and Thwaites glaciers already contribute 5 percent of sea-level rise.

 
Just take a shovel and fill in the gaps.  One day, they will just go away.  It'll be beautiful!

 

If only they'd raked those glaciers. I knew about this years ago. 
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Posted: Sep 18, 2020 - 12:39am

How Climate Migration Will Reshape America
Millions will be displaced. Where will they go?
New Climate Maps Show a Transformed United States
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Posted: Sep 15, 2020 - 12:27pm



 R_P wrote:
Two major Antarctic glaciers are tearing loose from their restraints, scientists say
Pine Island and Thwaites glaciers already contribute 5 percent of sea-level rise.

 
Just take a shovel and fill in the gaps.  One day, they will just go away.  It'll be beautiful!

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Posted: Sep 15, 2020 - 12:01pm

Two major Antarctic glaciers are tearing loose from their restraints, scientists say
Pine Island and Thwaites glaciers already contribute 5 percent of sea-level rise.

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