Summers In Arkansas Starting Much Later

The first 95 degree day in Arkansas comes more than a month later than it did a century ago.


During 1917 Subiaco, Arkansas reached 95 degrees on February 27. NASA says 1917 was one of the coldest years ever.


This year, Subiaco didn’t hit 95 degrees until June 16. NASA says this year is the hottest year ever.


The last day of summer comes about 20 days earlier than it used to.


On October 28, 1927 it was 95 degrees at Pine Bluff, Arkansas


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8 Responses to Summers In Arkansas Starting Much Later

  1. Steve Case says:

    Yes indeed (-:

    If you go to NOAA’s Climate at a Glance web page and select Maximum temperature for 12 months ending in December and click show trend 1895 to 2016 for the state of Arkansas you will find that the trend is negative.

    This true for several states in the Mississippi valley.

  2. David Jay says:

    Thanks for all your work, displaying in so many formats that summer high temperatures are NOT going up. Even with their data manipulation, summer high temps (and the “damage” that are seen in modeled hot conditions – species extinctions, crop yields, etc) are not increasing.

  3. Neal S says:

    While any given one of these ‘oddities’ by themselves is inconclusive, the sheer weight of ALL of them is such that it makes it plain that we are being fed lies about the climate and that these lies are to support Gore-Bull warming.

    Thanks Tony, for being such a busy bee in the bonnet of those who are fraudulently claiming there is Gore-Bull warming.

  4. Andy DC says:

    So much for “settled science”. How can the science be settled when you have presented so much obvious contradictory evidence?

    Yet alarmists want to send us to prison for questioning their highly manufactured and obvious schemes. What kind of “free” country would we have if that were ever to become true? About as free as Stalin’s USSR in the 1930’s.

  5. CheshireRed says:

    Tony, you’ve done great work highlighting the truth about temperatures and in particular data manipulation, but what about other data for hurricanes, rainfall etc? Is it possible to compare previous data with the most up-to-date versions to see if they’re being ‘adjusted’ too? I dare say you’re schedule is very busy so it’s just a thought.

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