Plummeting August 21 Temperatures In The US

August 21 used to be a hot day in the US, but maximum temperatures have declined since the 19th century.

On August 21, 1936 twenty one percent of US stations were over 100F, compared to two percent last year (NASA’s hottest year ever)

About half of the Eastern US was over 100F on August 21, 1936

August 21, 1983 was the hottest day on record in North Carolina. Fayetteville was 110 degrees.

NOAA doesn’t like the fact that August afternoon temperatures in the US are declining, so they simply alter the data in a hockey stick to hide the decline.

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4 Responses to Plummeting August 21 Temperatures In The US

  1. GW Smith says:

    Hi Tony – Where do you get the CO2 data?

  2. Psalmon says:

    I am sure that August 21st, 2017 temperatures in the US are all due for an “eclipse adjustment” upwards.

    The one comment you heard the most on the live broadcasts was the cooling effect of the eclipse. To be clear though, the sun has no impact on climate.

  3. Timothy Dean says:

    Hi Tony ever heard of the “Polar Vortex” It transports cool air from the artic to the mid-latitudes. You may want to take a look at that. Also global dimming from the millions of acres of our forests that have burned. The suspended ash TEMPORARILY BLOCKS SOLAR radiation.

    • Civil Centric says:

      Fires burn large somewhere in the world almost every year – especially Downunder . . .
      Is the Polar vortex a 2017 phenomenon only?

      Good work Tony – you spot interesting anomalies – in data “processing”.

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