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Inuvik Hourly Mean Temperature
Statistics provided by Weatherstats.ca courtesy of Environment and Climate Change Canada. inuvik.weatherstats.ca

Eureka Hourly Mean Temperature
Statistics provided by Weatherstats.ca courtesy of Environment and Climate Change Canada. eureka.weatherstats.ca

Iqaluit Hourly Mean Temperature
Statistics provided by Weatherstats.ca courtesy of Environment and Climate Change Canada. iqaluit.weatherstats.ca

Draw your own conclusions, but compare these trends to the IPCC warming prediction of 0.5 degrees Celcius per decade in the first 30 years of this century.

The North Magnetic Pole moves over time. At the present time it is drifting towards Siberia. Ironically, this drifting out of Canadian waters seems to coincide with the Western Arctic warming. Is there a connection, because nothing else seems to explain this phenomenon? Is the pole shift causing a dramatic change to Northern weather patterns?

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