September 17 Temperatures Plummeting In The US

Prior to 60 years ago, September 17 was normally a very hot day in the US, with the hottest years being 1927, 1895, 1931, 1925 and 1955.

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On September 17, 1927 almost half of the US was over 90F, and a large percent was over 100F.

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Fifteen states reported temperatures over 100F on September 17, 1927.

SELMA               	AL			102
TALLADEGA           	AL			102
BREWTON 3 SSE       	AL			101
FAIRHOPE 2 NE       	AL			100
GREENSBORO          	AL			100
HIGHLAND HOME       	AL			100
TROY                	AL			100
PINE BLUFF          	AR			105
CORNING             	AR			101
NEWPORT             	AR			101
POCAHONTAS 1        	AR			101
PRESCOTT 2 NNW      	AR			100
PARKER              	AZ			100
ALBANY 3 SE         	GA			102
EASTMAN 1 W         	GA			102
ROME                	GA			102
MILLEN 4 N          	GA			101
NEWNAN 5N           	GA			101
QUITMAN 2 NW        	GA			101
WASHINGTON 2 ESE    	GA			100
FAIRFIELD           	IA			101
ALBIA 3 NNE         	IA			100
PALESTINE           	IL			102
HARRISBURG          	IL			101
MCLEANSBORO         	IL			101
SPARTA 1 W          	IL			101
COLUMBUS            	IN			101
WASHINGTON 1 W      	IN			101
HOPKINSVILLE        	KY			101
BOWLING GREEN WARREN	KY			100
DONALDSONVILLE 4 SW 	LA			103
PLAIN DEALING 4 W   	LA			102
AMITE               	LA			100
CALHOUN RSCH STN    	LA			100
FRANKLIN 3 NW       	LA			100
JENNINGS            	LA			100
WINNSBORO 5 SSE     	LA			100
FARMINGTON          	MO			101
MEXICO              	MO			101
BRUNSWICK           	MO			100
ABERDEEN            	MS			104
BROOKHAVEN CITY     	MS			104
COLUMBIA            	MS			103
CRYSTAL SPGS EXP STN	MS			102
HATTIESBURG 5SW     	MS			102
MONTICELLO          	MS			102
POPLARVILLE EXP STN 	MS			102
UNIVERSITY          	MS			102
LOUISVILLE          	MS			101
WATER VALLEY        	MS			101
BATESVILLE 2 SW     	MS			100
BOONEVILLE          	MS			100
CLARKSDALE          	MS			100
KOSCIUSKO           	MS			100
LAUREL              	MS			100
WAYNESBORO 2 W      	MS			100
MC COOK             	NE			100
CALHOUN FALLS       	SC			100
GREENWOOD           	SC			100
WINNSBORO           	SC			100
CLARKSVILLE WWTP    	TN			102
DOVER 1 W           	TN			100
LEWISBURG EXP STN   	TN			100
MC MINNVILLE        	TN			100
MURFREESBORO 5 N    	TN			100
MARSHALL            	TX			104
LIBERTY             	TX			102
TEMPLE              	TX			101
BROWNWOOD 2ENE      	TX			100
ENCINAL             	TX			100
LAMPASAS            	TX			100
QUANAH 2 SW         	TX			100

Temperatures that hot are inconceivable now, as money-grubbing fraudsters posing as climate experts claim the exact opposite.

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Global Warming and Heat Waves – National Wildlife Federation

The occurrence of heatwaves has plummeted in the US, where summer afternoon temperatures are nowhere near as hot as they were a century ago.

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9 Responses to September 17 Temperatures Plummeting In The US

  1. Steve Case says:

    Dr. Amanda Staudt, in your link said, “climate models indicate that an average summer in 2050 will have even more days topping 90°F if global warming continues unabated.”

    Further down of the link is a map with a city in Arkansas and the stark warning about more extreme heat waves. Follow the link to Climate at a Glance to what the trend is in the state of Arkansas since 1895

  2. Andy DC says:

    Not only are they lying about warming, they are lying about more pollution. We used to have many more smoggy days in DC 20-30 years ago. We almost never have a “code red” alert anymore.

    We have obviously already done a good job cleaning up real pollution. As innovation and scientific advances take place, there does not appear to be justification for the draconian action that alarmists talk about, at least in this country.

  3. John F Hultquist says:

    RE: air pollution in urban areas ~~ 2050?

    Not in the USA and other modern cities
    Transportation, intracity, will be much more efficient pollution-wise.
    Likewise with industry, if there is any left.
    The main issue will be the smell of deep fryers as potatoes, chicken, and other tasty things are prepared in hot oils.
    Well, those could be banned too.
    I won’t be here.

    We need something like a business card. One side has pictures of cAGW alarmists. The other side, in nice crisp RED script should be:
    These folks just make stuff up!

  4. TA says:

    Tony easily puts the lie to all these “Hottest Ever” claims. Who can look at those graphs and claim today is the hottest ever with a straight face? The only thing the climate criminals have are their bastardized Hockey Stick surface temperature charts. If not for those, they would have nothing to point at to try to prove their CAGW theory. They created a Hockey Stick lie, everyone knows its a lie, and yet they continue perpetrating the lie.

  5. RAH says:

    Since it’s a slow day a little US history for this day in history:
    This day in 1787 the Constitution was signed by 38 of the 41 delegates present at the Convention. To become binding law it had to await the ratification of the states. The US Constitution is the oldest written Constitution still in effect.

    This day in 1862 the battle of Antietam (Union Name) or Sharpsburg (Confederate Name) reached it’s climax in the bloodiest single day of battle in American history. Lee’s first invasion of the north ended when his forces were fought to a tactical standstill which forced Lee to abandon the field and retreat back to Virginia thus handing the Union a strategic victory. The Union victory prompted Lincoln to pull a previously written document titled the Emancipation Proclamation from his desk, and issue it publically.
    Casualties for this battle:
    Union:
    2,108 dead
    9,540 wounded
    753 missing
    Total – 12,401

    Confederate:
    1,546 dead
    7,752 wounded
    1,108 missing
    Total – 10, 406
    Union general McClellan, grossly misinformed by Allan Pinkerton as to the true size of Lee’s Army, failed to pursue Lee. Lee’s actual forces available were little more than half of what Pinkerton reported them to be. And thus McClellan, as he never failed to do, blew a great opportunity to seriously damage Lee’s Army and reputation.

  6. Rud Istvan says:

    There are two problems with this line of argument. 1. The US is not the world, and the government claims are usually world claims. So the counter is apples to oranges. 2. There is no good reliable global surface data. Coverage issues, siting issues, UHI… It is clear that surface ‘adjustments’ have cooled the past and warmed the present. This site is a leader at showing that. Unfortunately, the post 1978 global satellite readings do not translate easily to the surface since lapse rate varies with humidity and the lower troposphere sat temp is for a few km height. The best that can be done is show the growing satellite/surface anomaly discrepancy, another way of calling out the surface ‘adjustments’ that make the apples rotten.

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