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## YYMMDD ext Source Title and Notes (if any) *Title from filename
1 ------ jpg 2002-02-21-record-warmth
2 011211 htm
StarTrib M P L S44 Days Temps Above Ave
  1. "Without snow cover, it's pretty hard to keep those temperatures down,"
  2. The previous record stretch of above-normal temperatures was 42 days,
3 011223 htm StarTrib Record56days Above Ave
  1. Minnesota's stretch of above-average daily temperatures is expected to end at 56
4 020109 htm
StarTrib Temp Record45-49-
  1. Record warm day, 49, in Twin Cities; 50s elsewhere in Minnesota
5 020219 htm StarTrib Early Spring Twin Cities
  1. The Twin Cities' unusually warm weather is tricking tulips, crab apples, maples and other plants into thinking that the April-like weather actually is spring
  2. "It's not just early. It's outrageously early,"
6 020221 htm USAToday Winter Record4 Degrees Up
  1. The nationally averaged temperature was 39.94 degrees Fahrenheit for November through January, 4.3 degrees above the 1895-2001 long-term average
  2. The previous record for the same three-month period — 39.63 degrees Fahrenheit — was in 1999-2000. Since 1976, the nationally averaged November-January temperature has risen at a rate of 1.2 degrees Fahrenheit per decade, the data center reported Thursday
7 020813 htm NYT Heat Waves Deadly
  1. Most Deadly of the Natural Disasters: The Heat Wave
8 040720 htm
USAtoday Nome Heat Record
  1. It was the second wettest June on record for Mississippi and No. 3 for Louisiana,
  2. Alaska had record warmth, with a statewide temperature 5.2 degrees above normal
9 050528 htm
USAtoday Seattles First Ever Heat Alert
  1. Friday's high of 89 degrees at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport broke a 33-year-old record for the date. Thursday's high — also 89 degrees — broke a 58-year-old record.
10 060802 htm
USAToday Summer nights heating up, scientists say
  1. During heat waves, like the one that now has a grip on much of the East, one of the major causes of heat deaths is the lack of night cooling that would normally allow a stressed body to recover, scientists say.
  2. A top federal research meteorologist said he "almost fell out of my chair" when he looked over U.S. night minimum temperature records over the past 96 years and saw the skyrocketing trend of hot summer nights.
  3. While the highest-ever figure was in the middle of America's brutal Dust Bowl, when 41% of the nation had much above normal summer-night temperatures
## YYMMDD ext Source Title and Notes (if any) *Title from filename
11 070315 htm
USAtoday 2006-7 Winter Warmest On Record
  1. the combined land and ocean temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere for December through February were 1.3°F above average for the period since record keeping began in 1880.
12 070315 htm
USAToday Winter2006-2007 Warmest Ever
  1. combined land and ocean temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere for December through February were 1.3°F above average for the period since record keeping began in 1880.
13 070402 htm
WashPost Russia Sees Ill Effects of 'General Winter's' Retreat
  1. Experts have long feared that Earth's warming climate would cause tropical diseases such as malaria to spread into more temperate zones, but a dramatic example of an apparently climate-related disease outbreak cropped up this winter in a cold place -- Russia.
14 070513 htm
USAToday Eastern U S10degrees Hotter
  1. Future eastern USA summers look much hotter than originally predicted with daily highs about 10 degrees warmer than in recent years by the mid-2080s,
15 070626 htm
USAToday Dozens Dead European Heat Wave
  1. Power blackouts hit more than a dozen parts of Athens on Wednesday and 95 fires were reported around Greece as a deadly heat wave plaguing southeast Europe simmered on.
16 070712 htm
WashPost Report Warns of a Much Warmer Northeast -
  1. Winters would be on average 8 to 12 degrees higher by the end of the century, and summers 6 to 14 degrees higher. [RSB only for a few years or months before getting hotter faster!!!!]
17 070718 htm
USAToday Killer Heat Bakes Europe
  1. A heat wave sweeping central and southeastern Europe has killed at least 13 people this week, with soaring temperatures causing forest fires and damaging crops
  2. The extreme heat and lack of rain is also causing concern among farmers in the area.
  3. Residents across the south of England reported flooded neighborhoods and London's Underground closed subway lines and stations across the city because of excess water.
18 070816 htm
USAToday Swelters In Record Heat Japan
  1. The mercury hit 105.6 degrees Fahrenheit in the western city of Tajimi and also the central city of Kumagaya on Thursday afternoon, breaking a previous national record of set in 1933
  2. rail tracks were bent out of shape in the sun
19 071002 htm
USAToday Heat Robs U Sof Prime Fall Colors
  1. "We're slightly behind because of the warm temperatures at night,"
20 071008 htm
WashPost Record Heat Halts Chicago Marathon
  1. 88-degree heat and smothering humidity forced organizers to shut down the course midway through the race
  2. The temperature was a record for the Chicago Marathon, topping the previous mark of 84 degrees in 1979
## YYMMDD ext Source Title and Notes (if any) *Title from filename
21 080115 htm
USAToday 2007 Warmest On Record
  1. 2007 was another sizzling year for the planet — the warmest year ever recorded for the Earth's land areas, federal scientists at NOAA's National Climatic Data Center reported Tuesday, with an average temperature about 1.84 degrees above the long-term average
22 080124 htm
USAToday Spring Like Warmth After Records
  1. Record lows to give way to near spring-like warmth
23 080319 htm
USAToday Spring Keeps Coming Earlier For Birds Bees Trees
  1. Pollen is bursting. Critters are stirring. Buds are swelling. Biologists are worrying.
  2. Satellites measuring when land turns green found that spring "green-up" is arriving eight hours earlier every year on average since 1982 north of the Mason-Dixon line
  3. Biological timing is called phenology
  4. warmer temperatures and increased carbon dioxide cause earlier, longer and stronger allergy seasons.
  5. Phenology data go back to the 14th century for harvest of wine grapes in France.
  6. taken May 30, 1868, shows bare limbs. But the same scene photographed May 30, 2005, by Boston University biology professor Richard Primack shows them in full spring greenery.
  7. Even western wildfires have a timing connection to global warming and are coming earlier.
24 090428 htm
USAToday East Record Heat Fire Threat
  1. Widespread high temperatures will top out at 10 to 25 degrees above average
25 100715 htm
USAToday World sizzles to record
  1. The world is hotter than ever.
  2. March, April, May and June set records, making
  3. 2010 the warmest year worldwide since record-
  4. keeping began in 1880
  5. There were exceptions: June was cooler than
  6. average across Scandinavia, southeastern China,
  7. and the northwestern USA
  8. •Flooding rains like those in Nashville in May will
  9. be more common.
  10. "The atmosphere is able to hold more water as it
  11. warms, and greater water content leads to greater
  12. downpours," he says.
  13. He says NASA satellite data shows the average
  14. temperature in June was 0.43 degrees higher than
  15. normal. NOAA says it was 1.22 degrees higher.

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