More On The Record US Cold

Over the past 10 months, 74% of the US has been below normal, with the average deviation being -1.25 degrees F.

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Seventy four percent of the US has been below normal temperature over the past 10 months

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The temperature anomaly weighted by area shows that cold temperatures have been heavily dominating the US climate.

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15 Responses to More On The Record US Cold

  1. philjourdan says:

    Until they “adjust” the figures.

  2. But the US is only X% of the world, California is above normal, etc.

  3. Gail Combs says:

    Steve I think Al Gore ate my last comment July 31, 2014 at 2:06 pm

  4. Really cold here in Adelaide Australia. We just had some snow fall at 200 mtrs elevation at Flagstaff Hill. It rarely gets below zero here and then only above 400 odd mtrrs.


  5. DedaEda says:

    Where is Jim Hunt, I could use some laugh today

  6. R. Shearer says:

    Outside of the EPA hearings in Denver, “The Climate Reality Project” was giving out ice cream as part of its “I’m Too Hot” campaign. In real life, it should have been giving out hot chocolate, as the record low temperature high (62F) was set for the date. Is the Gore Effect real?’t-cooperate-al-gore’s-group’s-visit-denver-epa-hearings

  7. Check out the responses on here to Lagarde and the IMF in relation to Climate Change…

    There is some hope… some folks even knew about NASA/NOAA altering data !!–business.html;_ylt=AwrTWf1bb9pTlFkAmZjQtDMD

  8. gregole says:


    Really like the last two charts – the weighted anomaly chart (last chart) is very good. How did you do them?

  9. Are those charts of real data? Or representations of what a normal distribution with the same average and sigma would look like?

    They look too perfect.

  10. James the Elder says:

    Lifted from Ice Age Now: Julember. From the older times, July through August were known as the “dog days” in the NH; very hot, very humid, and very stagnant. Anyone in the Mid-Atlantic through the South and over to East Texas knows those days well. So far this summer, the dogs ain’t hunting.

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