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Evidence from Stockholm.

Three cold winters 1939/40 to 1941/42 in succession caused by naval war

 

If the three extreme cold winters in succession in Stockholm from 1939/40, 1940/41 & 1941/42 are rejected as evidence that naval activities during the first three years of WWII contributed, it seems fair to require a better explanation of what have caused the unexpected and unusual climatic event. Although the winter trend was towards warming (see red-arrow in image above) by 1 to 2 C since 1750, the war winters recorded  0,6C lower than the next coldest series more than 100 years earlier.

 

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