Maximum temperatures in North Carolina have plummeted almost two degrees over the past century. This wrecks their theory, so the fraudsters at NOAA simply made the decline disappear.
They accomplished this through a spectacular hockey stick which cools the past by almost two degrees, and warms the present by almost half a degree.
The frequency of 95 degree days has plummeted, providing further evidence that the adjustments are fraudulent.
The level of fraud at these government agencies is just mind-blowing.
I have lived in Raleigh, NC for 18 years. The past two summers have been the coolest summers I ever remember. Other changes are occuring. The early Fall trees are changing about 2 weeks earlier. I used to fight with fire ants every summer, and I have not seen any for about three years. June bugs used to destroy my plants, but in the past 5 years, I have barely seen any. I have always been very observant of weather and outdoor occurances, and these are the things I have noticed that seem to support the cool down shown in this graph.
Have you checked out climatestoriesnc.org? Very interesting. Has info regarding North Carolina’s weather/climate.
I will check it out a little further, but on first glance it appears to just be warming propoganda. The first few headlines I saw looked like typical cyclical weather, (aka climate). Remember we have 30 yr cycles in the ocean and 11, 100, 200 yrs cycles of the sun, so really, I see very little in these stories that mean much. Which includes my observations. They are cyclical too. Basically we appear to be in a cooling cycle.
NC State agrees with you:
This is kind of a cheesy public service channel broadcast, but I found it interesting. Hadn’t heard about moon orbit cycles….
Thank you for your analyses! We have had a very hot summer (July into August) this year after a couple years of moderate temperatures. Oh well, that’s weather for you.
June was a little hot, July was pretty cool, Aug. is about normal. Over all expect a 1-2 degree below normal summer for NC.
Love to see this same analysis for Texas, if you have it Tony. Keep up the good work!