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North Pole rainfall 'bizarre': climatologist

North Pole rainfall 'bizarre': climatologist 29 Apr 2010 Spring showers are next to non-existent in the High Arctic, so Environment Canada's senior climatologist says he's baffled to hear that it rained near the North Pole this week. A group of British scientists working off Ellef Ringnes Island, near the North Pole, reported being hit with a three-minute rain shower over the weekend. The group reported the rain on Tuesday. Rain in the High Arctic in April is nothing short of bizarre, said David Phillips, senior climatologist with Environment Canada. Phillips said 50 to 60 years of historical weather data show no signs of rainfall ever occurring in April in the High Arctic. "For the end of April, it is really bizarre," he said.

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I wish there was more information. What is the average april temperature in the artic and where is magnetic north these days? If the axis of the earth is tipping or the magnetic poles are shifting then it might follow that places that were formerly frozen might be thawing and other places are freezing anew as the earth shifts to a new pole position. Are the polar bears OK? How about the krill and shrimp, are they surviving in good numbers? Are unusual migrations of birds and other animals going to new places instead of their old stomping grounds? All of these things and more are relavant concerning the weather changing in the poles and artic.