Frequency Of 40ºC Days Plummeting Over The Past Century

Before 1960, afternoons over 40ºC (104ºF) were fairly common in the US, but they rarely happen any more.

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2 Responses to Frequency Of 40ºC Days Plummeting Over The Past Century

  1. nielszoo says:

    I’m sure they’ll get those records fixed so that we won’t know about any of those previous warm periods.

    Question for those in the climate business:
    I saw something interesting this AM. I went over to the NCDC ftp site (to look up something that had been referenced by a commenter elsewhere) and while poking around I noticed under the GHCN “daily” data “by year” that every single gZip compressed csv file, from 1763 to 2014 had a creation date of 8/29/2014 with all the timestamps in a 4 minute window. Is this a normal occurrence? No read_me files that I saw for the date explaining a change to format or reason so I have to wonder what’s up since I’ve never poked around in that part of the site. Just wondering…

  2. Andy DC says:

    Warming, cooling, whatever. It is all Mann-made and approved by 97% of people being paid to say there is climate change.

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