US Climate Getting Less Extreme

Extreme temperatures over 100F or below 0F are both on the decline in the US

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In 1936, more than 8% of temperature readings were either over 100F or below 0F, Recent years have been closer to 3%

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3 Responses to US Climate Getting Less Extreme

  1. bobbyv says:

    two graphs labeled same?

  2. Steve Case says:

    I will be 71 this year, and I certainly notice that both winters and summers in Wisconsin have been more mild than when I was a kid.

  3. Chewer says:

    Yesterday marked the 100th anniversary of a 100 degree high record temperature measured in Alaska at Ft. Yukon.
    Apparently 1915 didn’t exist, so the scam artists use dates for the past 60 years to show a catastrophic warming…

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