Plummeting September 19 Temperatures In The US

 

September 19 used to be a hot day in the US, but temperatures have plummeted over the past century. As with most summer days, temperatures dropped sharply after 1955.

On this date in 1925, most of the eastern US was over 90 degrees, Nebraska, Indiana, Kentucky and much of the south was over 100 degrees.

If government climate scientists were actual scientists, they would want to understand this prior warmth – rather than bury it.

But they aren’t scientists, and they have no interest in science.

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16 Responses to Plummeting September 19 Temperatures In The US

  1. Steve Case says:

    If government climate scientists were actual scientists, they would want to understand this prior warmth – rather than bury it.

    Oh wow! That comment cuts right to the heart of the matter.

    If there ever is a Red Team Blue Team debate that issue needs to be brought up.

  2. Andy DC says:

    It is interesting how the extreme warm September 1925 was followed by probably the coldest October on record, with extreme cold and snow over much of the US. -30 F in Montana!

    If that were not strange enough, that was followed by probably the lastest US hurricane on record in December 1925, from FL to NC! Global Weirding is nothing new.

  3. Rob says:

    Thanks for the daily charts, Tony!

    Saw at another site how they’re now fear mongering about what a cat 5 hurricane would do to NYC and naturally bringing up their global warmism religion by saying storms are getting worse. Haha.

    Won’t be long before I start reading about how cat 1000000 hurricanes are coming to where I live sixty mins from Toronto.

    • Andy DC says:

      Hurricane Hazel hit Toronto with hurricane force wind gusts during 1954. Even worse, over 80 died from catastrophic flooding in the Toronto area related to Hazel.

      During the 1955 hurricane season, two reporters from the Tononto newspaper died while on board during a hurricane hunting trip into Hurricane Janet. The only plane that has ever gone down while penetrating a hurricane.

  4. Iowa Climate says:

    Iowa State University has a climate graphing tool that produces very similar results as your custom tool. You may want to share so that everyone can easily make their own graphs. Keep up the great work! Love the daily updates and videos.

    https://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/plotting/auto/?_wait=no&q=74&network=IACLIMATE&station=IA0000&season=all&dir=above&var=high&threshold=90&year=1893&dpi=100&_fmt=png

  5. Anon says:

    Hi Tony,
    Just came across these two articles:

    Climate Alarmists Finally Admit ‘We Were Wrong About Global Warming’

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/09/19/delingpole-climate-alarmists-finally-admit-we-were-wrong-about-global-warming/

    Which linked to this one:

    Did 1.5°C suddenly get easier?

    The implications of this paper are breath taking. No, I am not exaggerating. And the implications are to do both with politics and with science.

    Because of the political and scientific implications of this paper are so immense, it will need a rigorous assessment by the scientific and policy communities. That is going to take time, perhaps years.

    http://www.cicero.uio.no/no/posts/nyheter/commentary-did-15c-suddenly-get-easier

    The real crux of the article is in understanding the plots in the “What did the Authors Do?” section. This is beyond my limited ken of Climate Science, but I am guessing you will understand what they did? There are too many shifts, rearrangements and baseline changes for me to follow.

    Can you elucidate this section? Does it make sense? Or is it bogus?

    • neal s says:

      But the false premise of all this is that “We are currently at around 1°C above pre-industrial levels (based on 1870)” It is only by ‘cooking the books’ and ‘torturing the temp records’ that anyone can arrive at that falsehood.

      When you start with a falsehood, you can wind up anywhere, but don’t think that your result is in any way meaningful. It is kind of like dividing by zero.

      The trick of ‘shift in axes’ is simply hiding the fact that bad models are bad models. It is no more structurally sound, than wallpapering over a big gaping hole in the wall.

      They are still trying to sell you a dead horse. It has been given a fresh coat of paint, and the head has been propped up and some straw has been put sticking out of its mouth … but it is STILL a dead horse.

      • CheshireRed says:

        The Guardian is reporting that the self-confessed failure of models is proof the models are a success. I kid you not. Up is down in their twisted world.

    • MrZ says:

      Below is from my new WEB based application. I will release to public coming weeks. It will make the USHCN data available for anybody to examine in ways previously not possible.
      Graph to the left replicates Tony’s famous Reported vs Measured graph.

      Tony, the right hand graph is with individual anomaly baselines. I am sure you already know but thought it would be a useful point for your paper.
      By using individual baseline averages for measured_max and reported_max they can efficiently hide that they have tampered with the history. And they do…

  6. RAH says:

    Rocky Mountain National Park, Yellowstone, and the Tetons have already seen some snow this fall.

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