Daily Archives: September 1, 2016

September 1, 1913

Today marks the beginning of meteorological Autumn.  It has been cold here in Colorado the last couple of weeks, but in 1913 it was over 100F on this date. Almost the entire country was over 90F on September 1, 1913, … Continue reading

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Another Worst Hurricane Ever?

Last year, Hurricane Patricia was declared to be the most powerful hurricane ever with 400 foot high waves and 230 MPH winds, even though it did essentially no damage at landfall other than possibly ruffling up a bunny’s fur. Hurricane … Continue reading

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Summer Afternoons Cooling in 71% Of US States

Thirty four out of 48 states show cooling during summer afternoons since 1930. The thirty four states that are cooling, listed in reverse alphabetical order.    

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First Hurricane In Florida In Eleven Years

During the 19th century, Florida averaged more than one hurricane per year, but Hermine is forecast to be the first hurricane to hit Florida since 2005 – ending the longest hurricane free period on record in Florida. Look for experts to … Continue reading

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Ice Free Arctic Blocked With Ice

Home – The Polar Ocean Challenge

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Average And Peak Summer Afternoon Temperatures Plummeting

The press keeps making 100% fictitious claims about record summer heat in the US. The reality is that for most of the US, summer afternoons have been cooling for a century, and are near or at record lows now. Peak … Continue reading

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