September 16 Temperatures Plummeting In The US

The percentage of the US over 90F on September 16 has plummeted in the US over the last century. During the 1930′, about one fourth of the country was over 90F, but now only about one tenth of the US is over 90F on September 16.

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On this date in 1927, almost half of the US was over 90F and 100 degree temperatures were recorded in Indiana, Illinois and Virginia – just west of Washington DC.

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6 Responses to September 16 Temperatures Plummeting In The US

  1. Steve Case says:

    Off Topic:

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  2. Steve Case says:

    More Off Topic:

    Sea-level rise to radically affect military strategy, study says
    Stars & Stripes

    Very disappointing to read Climate Change crap in the Stars & Stripes

    Dunno, maybe the Stars & Stripes just like so many publications has been taken over by left wing zealots years ago.

    • AndyG55 says:

      If the military can’t cope with a sea level rise of around 1.5-2 mm per year…

      ….. there is something SERIOUSLY WRONG with the military. !!!!

    • gator69 says:

      The Stars and Stripes gets most of its content from outside sources. And we all know that 90% of journalists are leftists. GIGO.

  3. Ron Clutz says:

    Thanks Tony for producing such useful graphs from USHCN data. I used one of them from your Sept.3 post in an essay rebutting “hottest ever” claims.

    https://rclutz.wordpress.com/2016/09/16/its-not-hotter-its-milder/

  4. Andy DC says:

    August 1927 was the coldest August on record in much of the Northeast, then all that heat on September 16th. The jet stream must have been undulating even back then!

    Undeniable proof that the evil Model T was already destroying the planet way back in 1927! (sarc)

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