I would tend to agree with David. I think he got it wrong. It's the
low level clouds and their albedo that reflect it back out. There by
cooler temps...Been reading your stuff. Trying to do to many things
at once. Also trying to just sit back and think about everything. It
helps some times.
BTW not to sure if you ever saw my posts at Storm2k about these two
papers. They are gems.
"Influence of solar wind on the Global electric circuit and Infared
effects on cloud microphysics,temperatures, and dynamics in the
Boberg and Lundscedt
"Solar wind electric field modulation of the NAO: A correlation
analysis in the lower atmosphere"