Plummeting September 7 Temperatures In The US

September 7 used to be a very hot day in the US, but September 7 temperatures have plummeted over the past 120 years.

On this date in 1939, AR CA CO GA IA IL IN KS LA MN MO MS NE OH OK SC SD TN TX WI all recorded temperatures over 100 degrees.

Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin was 104 degrees. Today’s forecast high is 70 degrees.

Other very hot September 7th’s included 1922 and 1925.

Since 1960, 100 degree readings on September 7 have been very rare. If climate scientists were actual scientists, they would want to understand this rather than altering the data and trying to bury it. But they aren’t scientists – they are criminals stealing from the public coffers.

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11 Responses to Plummeting September 7 Temperatures In The US

  1. GW Smith says:

    Pay me enough and I’ll give you any data and science you wish.

  2. Winnipegboy says:

    Are there any days that you have come across where the trend is up?
    Daily data is actual temps and monthly is ‘adjusted’ is that correct?

  3. Gail Combs says:

    A warning guys,

    If you have a credit score all your information may have been HACKED!
    Massive Data Breach At Equifax – 143 Million Consumers Impacted…

    “Equifax said exposed data includes: names, birth dates, Social Security numbers, addresses, driver’s license numbers and credit card numbers.”

    The percentage of the US population between the ages of 18 and 65 is approximately 63.6% from the 2014. ~ John Grumbine, I create custom tabulations of US Census Data</a.

    324 Million X 63.6% = 206 Million – 143 Million = ~63 million people NOT impacted.

    More than 45 million people, or 14.5 percent of all Americans, lived below the poverty line last year. That leaves only 18 million who have credit scores and were NOT hacked or about 10%.

    May 2015 45 million Americans have no credit score –

    […]research found that about 26 million American adults have no histories with national credit reporting agencies such as Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. In addition to those so-called credit invisibles, an additional 19 million have credit reports that are so limited or out of date that they are unscorable. In other words, 45 million American consumers are living without credit scores.

    Blacks and Hispanics were significantly more likely to be without a credit score, the study found…

    Having a low income was another major predictor of whether someone had a credit score: census tract data showed that nearly 30 percent of consumers in low-income neighborhoods were credit invisible and another 15 percent had credit records that could not be scored. In upper-income neighborhoods, just 4 percent of consumers were credit invisible and an additional 5 percent were unscorable….

    So the chances are very good you got hacked.

    The credit and personal info is bad enough, but Equifax also manages millions of Americans electronic medical records(thanks to Obama). Way to protect your files Equifax. Hope they go out of business, there is no excuse for this

    via phone:

    A security freeze is permanent unless you temporarily unfreeze it in order to obtain credit.

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