Or the view Monday afternoon. The shade from the trees is clearly a positive for the cube.
Compare this against what it looked like on Friday when it was installed.
The temperatures during the past several days have been near or slightly higher than normal.
And the forecast is for warmer than normal conditions this week, with temperatures reaching the mid-70s. Not good for Mr. Cube.
Regarding our little contest, please no more entries..in fact, we won't count any posted after Saturday, since it would not be fair to do so.
Seattle's Ice Block History
Seattle in 1872. Ice cream was the rage then thanks to California ice
Talk on Northwest Climate Surprises on September 28.
During the evening of September 28, I will be giving a talk in Seattle at UW's Kane Hall on Climate Surprise: Unexpected Impacts of Global Warming on the Pacific Northwest. You think global warming will simply bring warmer temperatures, drought, less snow, and more storms? Think again. The latest climate model simulations provide a far more nuanced prediction of what will happen here, with some of the results quite surprising. This talk is sponsored by CarbonWa and the Audubon Society To find out more or to secure tickets, please go here.