Hot Days In The Midwest Occur Half As Often As They Did 100 Years Ago

One of the greatest frauds being pushed by climate criminals is the idea that (imaginary) global warming is making summer temperatures hotter in the US. In fact, the frequency of hot days in the midwest has dropped by more than 50% over the past century.

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5 Responses to Hot Days In The Midwest Occur Half As Often As They Did 100 Years Ago

  1. Steve Case says:

    I know that’s true for Wisconsin.

  2. Chip Bennett says:

    It actually hit 91 yesterday in Ann Arbor, MI. Thus, I’m sure that yesterday will be deemed “climate”, and the past couple months of occasional 50s/60s daytime highs, and even some nighttime lows in the 40s, will be deemed merely “weather”.

  3. Bill Hoyt says:

    There is a difference between weather and climate. Weather is the atmospheric conditions in which you live. Climate is what provides grants to scientists.

  4. bobmaginnis says:

    One hundred years ago there wasn’t much artificial irrigation. A few millimeters of water evaporated over a given area of farmland requires the equivalent energy as heating the entire miles high column of atmosphere above it one degree C. IOW, the irrigation water has skewed modern temps cooler.

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