In case we took our eyes off the climate challenges during the pandemic, Gaia has sounded an alarm bell to wake us up again. The small town of Verkhoyansk in Siberia in the Arctic Circle has just recorded 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, 32 degrees above the normal high temperature. This is likely the hottest temperature ever recorded in Siberia and also the hottest temperature ever recorded north of the Arctic Circle. It's also essential to add, that other parts of the world in the southern hemisphere are recording seasonally low temperatures. It's almost certainly caused by the impact of solar forcing in the jetstreams.