September/October Afternoon Temperatures Plummeting In The US

September used to be a hot month in the US, but isn’t any more. Since the 1930’s September afternoon temperatures have plummeted.

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October temperatures have dropped even more.

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The same pattern is occurring across the Northern Hemisphere, with autumn snow cover at record levels.

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Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

NASA says that the planet is overheating and snow and ice is disappearing.

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5 Responses to September/October Afternoon Temperatures Plummeting In The US

  1. Jack Striker says:

    Do the pins–blue, green, yellow, red–mean large decrease, slight decrease, slight increase, and large increase, respectively? It’s harder to parse without a key.

  2. Steve Case says:

    You know Goddard, your map shows that California temperatures have gone up since the ’30s. That’s all anyone needs to know. Why don’t you get with the program.

  3. Analitik says:

    Good news, Tony – Boulder has pledged to go 100% renewable energy by 2030. I guess they love snow there (I only visited in summer a couple of decades ago).

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