Yesterday it was announced on the Servus TV Weather Programme that September 2016 was the warmest September for much of Austria of all time.
Officially of all time applies only to the 250 years since records of daily temperatures have been kept in Austria.
Austrians know of all time is far longer than than a mere 250 years. Maybe it's many thousands of years. The evidence of the country's retreating glaciers indicates a very long time.
Many theories have been put forward for climate change.
Reasons I have not heard discussed are the effects of wars, bombs and aircraft on climate.
Before 2016 the previous hottest September in Austria occurred in 1947.
The number of planes flying around this part of the world is phenomenal.
What happens to the jet fuel released into the sky prior to landing?
Is the sky getting sick?
Or was it always like this? And maybe I just didn't notice.
The photos have been enhanced to highlight the clouds and their various colours as seen from below.
Atmospheric CO2 at Mauna Loa Observatory is now 401 parts per million. The last time the CO2 level was over 400 ppm was 15,000,000 years ago.