Summer 2015 Was One Of The Least Hot On Record In The US

Meteorological summer is over. For the third year in a row, the number of 100 degree readings and their areal extent were near record lows in the US.

The frequency of 100 degree days in the US is down by 40% over the last century. Less than 3% of readings were over 100F, compared to more than 15% in 1936.

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Similarly, the percentage of 90 degree days has also plummeted, and near record lows.

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Just over 25% of stations reached 100 degrees sometime during the summer, compared to 75% in 1936. The area reaching 100 degrees is down 30% over the past century.

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Data : ftp://ftp.ncdc.noaa.gov/pub/data/ghcn/daily/hcn/

The criminals at the EPA claim the exact opposite, saying that the areal extent of hot days is increasing and at record highs. This is completely false, and is based on NOAA’s 100% fraudulent temperature adjustments. The graphs above show NOAA data before they tamper with it.

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High and Low Temperatures | Climate Change | US EPA

The US is getting cooler, and the White House doesn’t want you to know about it. So government agencies simply make up fake data to meet the President’s agenda.

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4 Responses to Summer 2015 Was One Of The Least Hot On Record In The US

  1. Steve Case says:

    Thanks for the link to the data. It’s way too much for me to handle. I hope that independent professional auditors eventually verify what you are finding.

  2. Stephen Richards says:

    Below average across the UK as well

  3. Brad says:

    More change in “hot” Lows than “hot” Highs. Classic UHI affect. NOAA needs to get their monitoring stations away from blacktop.

    Also, what kind of scientific metric is “unusually hot summer temperatures?” Science is continually getting dumbed down.

  4. James the Elder says:

    You just get it; the US is to blame. We are 5% of the world’s population but we consume 20% of the cold, leaving all that heat for the other poor bastards to suffer through.

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