Hottest Month Ever

Experts says that July 2016 was the hottest month ever.  Less than 2% of US stations reached 110 degrees during 2016, compared to 24% in 1936.


Greenland recorded their coldest July temperature on record during 2016, which is just what you would expect during the hottest month ever. Melt on the Greenland ice sheet was normal or below every day during the hottest month ever.

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Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

Temperatures north of 80N were below normal almost every day in July, during Earth’s hottest month ever.

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Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Somewhere it was really hot in July. Most likely in some NASA scientist’s bank account.

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13 Responses to Hottest Month Ever

  1. Andy DC says:

    It is hard to know whether to laugh or cry. The only way to ever overcome this is to root out this entire corrupt establishment.

  2. Steve Case says:

    Yeah Tony, you’re playing the role of the small child who points out that the king is naked, but you know what? It’s a really big parade, funded by an unbelievable pile of money. Several $Billion per year buys a lot of propaganda.

    A couple of days ago I had the hottest July ever pointed to me, and I used your dust bowl stats to say nearly every state in the USA48 was over 100 F in July of 1936 and it didn’t register that there might be something wrong.

    Well anyway, keep up the good work. I still hope that some day you will be regarded as a National treasure.

  3. gator69 says:

    Yeah, but it’s a lie heat.

  4. If you vote for Hillary Clinton this nonsense will continue.

    Vote for Donald Trump so that coal miners have jobs while Michael Mann is looking for honest work.

    • Gail Combs says:

      …and Mikey gets the door slammed in his face even at McFoo burgers.

      • David Blake says:

        Mikey will use his “special” statistics to prove that McFoo burgers is the healthiest food on the planet.

        • Gail Combs says:

          He will have to work really hard at that.

          From my research several years ago:
          As a result of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture that did away with import regulations, the USA exports 700,000 tons of quality beef while importing 1,500,000 tons from countries with: Naegleria fowler, Encephalitis, Vesicular Stomatitis virus, Leptospirosis, Trypanosomiasis (Chagas disease), and foot and mouth disease.

          The US imports 2.5 million live cows from Canada with BSE aka Mad Cow Disease (now found in USA)

          from Mexico with tuberculosis (now found in USA), brucellosis (now found in USA) cattle tick fever, (now found in USA) Trypanosoma cruz (now found in USA), and Bluetongue (now found in USA).

          Wide open borders, reduced disease surveillance, the closing of testing labs, slaughter vs first point (live herd) testing all seem to be designed to invite disease into this country and allow it a good foot-hold in wild and domesticated species.

          The USDA turned over cattle crossing facilities to private firms. The largest, accounting for 25% of the cattle imported from Mexico, is at Santa Teresa, NM, Chihuahuan cattle producers [Mexican] operate both sides of the cattle port-of-entry. USDA publication

          Before 1995 cattle imported to the USA were quarantined and tested, in April 2001, the USDA published a “rule requiring Mexican feeder steers to originate from herds that had recently been tested [in MEXICO] for TB. The USDA then agreed to grant waivers to whole-herd testing.

          What are the effects on Bovine TB of the USDA implementing the WTO/corporate policies? “Effect April 1, 2002… Dr. Logan… said, the disease is extremely rare in U.S. herds. However, more TB-lesioned cattle are being detected at slaughter, and ear tags indicate that many of these animals are of Mexican origin.” TAHC state of Texas
          In 2007 American herds in Oklahoma and New Mexico were found TB positive and the cattle slaughtered. Additionally, it is anticipated that both New Mexico and California will lose their TB “free” status in 2008. TAHC state of Texas meetings minutes

          The present policies are playing Russian roulette with American livestock and crops. In 2005 the tenth TB positive herd was identified More ominous is the report of 397 deer and two elk confirmed with disease in a five county area of Michigan

  5. A C Osborn says:

    Tony, as you have pointed out many times, the heat is where there are no people or thermometers to notice or measure it.

  6. Natalie Green says:

    Steve Case-and in my area, EVERY day in July was below average, substantially so: 10-15 degrees C, instead of 25-35 degrees C. But definitely the hottest on record! /sarcasm font

  7. Douglas Rogalla says:

    Living in Wisconsin, we relish the nice warm days of Summer; i was just reading about the Greenland ice sheet that is nearly 2 miles thick at it’s highest point; reminds me of the Wisconsin glaciation that helped scour Lake Michigan. The last ice age began nearly 1.8 million years ago and lasted until only 11,700 years ago. In relative terms, the most recent ice age just finished. The post-glacial rebound (rise in land masses that were depressed by the significant weight of the ice sheets) continues today and is expected to continue for another 10,000 years. Just be happy that we live in the climate friendly interglacial period we are experiencing today.

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