August On Track To Be One Of The Most Fraudulent

Steve Case pointed out this garbage in the Milwaukee Sentinel.

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August on track to be one of warmest

This article is utter nonsense. August in Milwaukee was 14th warmest since 1947, and five degrees cooler than 1988.


August 1988 was much hotter than August 2016, with the hottest temperatures 17 degrees warmer than this year’s hottest temperature of 91. There were six 100 degree days in Milwaukee in 1988, but none there in the last 15 years. Maximum temperatures in August 1988 averaged 89 degrees, compared to 83 degrees in 2016. For the first 18 days of the month, 1988 averaged more than twelve degrees warmer than 2016.


The number of 90 degree days was below normal in Milwaukee this August.


The article was completely fraudulent, which is the norm for climate reporting.

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12 Responses to August On Track To Be One Of The Most Fraudulent

  1. TG says:

    They are wondering why vehicle accidents and deaths have been increasing recently. Climate change?

  2. Steve Case says:

    Thank you Tony, I luvs what it is that you duz (-:

  3. Brad says:

    I would expect no less from a city that has elected three separate socialist mayors.

  4. Steve Case says:

    I sent off an email, with a link to this posting, to and and copied you.


    Your recent article on August temperatures for 2016 was
    posted on Steve Goddard’s Real Climate Science web log.
    Click on the link to see what he has to say.

    Best Regards

    Steve Case
    **** Street
    City, WI *****
    *** *** ****

  5. Andy DC says:

    It appears that what you are saying is that the cancer of NWS temperature rigging continues to spread as the climate alarmists are in a fight for their livelihoods with respect to the upcoming election.

    It is seems obvious that a large dichotomy had developed between the NWS run stations and whomever is running these other stations, probably volunteers with no ax to grind.

  6. Dave N says:

    Where does the data come from for the August 1988/2016 comparison? Just curious to compare that, and whatever source the NWS use.

  7. ltregulate says:

    Good job by Steven Crowder trying to reach the young indoctrinated people.

  8. Melissa Snare says:

    Oh noes! The poor people of Milwaukee have been subjected to temperatures hovering around the 80’s for most of August!

    How many fatalities have been recorded due to this “unprecedented heat wave”? Should we send aid?

    This is a tragedy!!

    Do I need a sarc tag?

  9. RickS says:

    Hmm ?

    Maybe he lives in “South” Milwaukee !

    And of course South Milwaukee is closer to the Equator making it warmer than North Milwaukee which is closer to the North Pole !!

    So you see, just like how the Global Warming Science is settled, this Milwaukee thing is settled !!!

    Okay, I’m done, now beam me up Scotty…

  10. Steve Case says:

    Here’s what’s going on:

    Milwaukee MAXIMUM Temperatures

    Milwaukee MINIMUM Temperatures

    If you follow those two links, it will become abundantly clear that day time highs are decreasing just like Tony says, but night time lows are getting warmer, and by a greater margin. That will average out to an increase, but not in the heat of the afternoon, and that’s the dishonesty that our friends on the left keep banging on. They keep on showing dry caked earth with live stock skulls when that’s not the case. It’s more humid which keeps it warm at night and there’s more rain to cool it off during the day.

    After all, the IPCC’s AR4 tells us:

    For a future warmer climate … Globally averaged mean water vapour, evaporation and precipitation are projected to increase.

  11. Steve Case says:

    And I forgot to add the clincher which is this:

    Climate at a Glance Milwaukee Precipitation. August

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