Plummeting September 1 Temperatures In The US

September 1 used to be a very hot day in the US, but temperatures have plummeted over the past century.

On this date in 1953, half of the Eastern US was over 100 degrees, including West Point, New York.

West Point had three September days over 100F in 1953, and none since.

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5 Responses to Plummeting September 1 Temperatures In The US

  1. RAH says:

    57 deg. F here 30 miles NE of Indianapolis with a fresh breeze making if feel like 51 F.
    Still warm enough the crickets are chirping and some tree frogs calling though. Enjoying it even more than usual because I know it won’t be long before I won’t be hearing them again until next year.

    This summer has been so wet and cool that only once have I been able to skip a week mowing. Usually by late June and through the months of July and August we can get away without mowing for 10 to 14 days. The lawn is still as green as it was in May.

    Today I will be spraying stuff to kill the mold that has built up on the siding on the north side and other shaded places of the house. Worse this year than it has ever been.

  2. RAH says:

    Frost Advisory for Upper mainland and the UP of Michigan last night into this morning:
    https://www.wunderground.com/US/MI/005.html?hdf=1

    This is two weeks earlier than average.

  3. Patrick says:

    I noticed that it has been getting colder (not by actually documenting temperatures) in upper western Illinois (close to Rockford) and decided to run the numbers like Tony does (daily maximum temps).

    I mentioned the idea on YAHOO ANSWERS to a proponent of AGW and he sent me NOAA’s Official calculator where you could pick any city’s temperature record using any series (daily maximum lows, maximum highs, daily mean temps, etc… ). His link provided an answer for the past 12 months of +4.1F for Rockford, Illinois.

    I painstakingly subtracted/added all 52+ weeks one week at a time on paper and then added/subtracted those results to get a final “degree day” for the entire year. It still bothered me that I came up with a result that was +2.668F so I ran them again one day at a time. I came up with the same result +2.668F, which is still 1.432F lower than his NOAA link.

    It is verifiable that these “Climate Clowns” who run our Government’s temperature records are trying to get away with their activism by just being activists. They might as well be those who are tearing down all of the confederate statues. They simply don’t like the truth and would rather write their own history.

    Here’s the ACCUWEATHER link used to get my result. https://www.accuweather.com/en/us/rockford-il/61101/july-weather/328767?monyr=7/1/2017 – I have absolutely no clue where his came from.

    Thanks again to Tony!

  4. RAH says:

    BTW Irma is a CAT III this morning. Where she will end up nobody knows, but meteorological conditions, both current and forecasted, sure make it look like it will ultimately head towards the lower 48. As of this mornings daily update Joe Bastardi believes there is a good chance she will be a CAT IV at landfall and follow the least desirable path of going right up the eastern seaboard.

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