A fundamental tenet of global warming is shorter winters and longer melt seasons in the Arctic.
It appears quite possible that the winter of 2011-2012 will be the longest winter on record in the Arctic. Freeze-up began during the first week in September, and probably won’t end until the last week in March. Nearly seven full months of increasing ice extent - almost a full month longer than normal.
This is very bad news for alarmists, who will have to lie about the Arctic even more than they normally do.longest alaska winter on record, longest alaskan winter, Longest recorded winter season in alaska, longest winter in alaska?, yhs-002