Hot Days Are Disappearing From The Lives Of Americans

Both the frequency of hot days and the areal coverage of hot days has rapidly declined in the US. Last year had the smallest areal coverage on record for 95 degree days, with only 55% of US HCN stations reaching 95 degrees during the year. In 1931, 93% of the US reached 95 degrees.


The fraudsters at Climate Central claim the exact opposite of what the data shows. For example, they say that Fond Du Lac, WI will average 89°F during summers in the future.


Blistering Future Summers for 1,001 U.S. Cities | Climate Central

The frequency of 89 degree days in Fond Du Lac has dropped by two thirds since the 19th century, with the vast majority of thir hot days occurring with CO2 below 350 PPM.


Not only is their claim empirically flawed, but it has no theoretical basis. Radiative transfer models show that the amount of downwelling longwave radiation during mid-latitude summers hardly increases with increasing CO2.


There is no empirical or theoretical basis for the Climate Central claims. They are 100% fraudulent. Climate criminals make Enron accountants look like Mother Theresa.

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4 Responses to Hot Days Are Disappearing From The Lives Of Americans

  1. Morph says:

    Allegedly Mother Theresa wasn’t that nice is real life.

    • mother theresa says:

      Your Spongebob jammies are looking a bit frowsy, Morphie…lets get you into some fresh ones so you can go bunny-bye. Kiss kiss!

    • mother theresa says:

      Now Morphie, those spongebob jammies are looking a bit frowzy…lets get you into some fresh ones so you can go bunny-bye!
      Kisskiss from mother t.

  2. ralph says:

    I work in a tin building surrounded by asphalt in central Florida, probably the hottest part of the state, and we haven’t seen a 100 degree day in over 2 years. 100 degree days used to be pretty common where I work.

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