Plummeting October 20 Temperatures In The US

October 20 used to be a warm day in the US, but temperatures have plummeted over the past century.

On this date 70 years ago, there were 90 degree temperatures across the Great Plains. North Loup, Nebraska was 98 degrees.

On this date 80 years ago, almost all of the US east of the Rocky Mountains was over 80 degrees, with 90 degrees in Virginia.

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10 Responses to Plummeting October 20 Temperatures In The US

  1. Rob says:

    I wouldn’t call that plummeting given where the current is compared to the start but it is obvious we now live in a world where hyperbole is the norm.

    • tonyheller says:

      The average temperature has dropped five degrees since 1940. But thanks for your usual pointless comment, particularly as the first on the thread.

    • AndyG55 says:

      So, Rob, a fall of 5ºF since 1940 is not plummeting..

      …but a rise of 0.8ºC since the 1800’s is disastrous, requiring the wholesale destruction of modern society and electrical supply systems ???

      You need to rethink your child-minded argument..

    • JimS says:

      The climate alarmists are the masters at exaggeration.

    • gator69 says:

      Jim, you have replies to your Fascistbook post. May I suggest that you offer the scientifically illiterate web monkeys this…

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjlPvwRP-fM

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        ‪Jim Mcculley “Unfortunately, since NOAA has tampered with the past temperature records to cool the past and warm the present I can’t believe anything they produce.”‬

        Charlie Hohn “The oil companies are sincere though right?”

        It’s good to start a day by reading scientific rebuttals by Zuckerberg’s fellow Progressives. It removes all delusions one might suffer from before the first cup of coffee kicks in.

        • menicholas says:

          Yeah, nice to see Charlie did not duck the question, change the subject, or offer up a straw man response.
          *rolls the eyes*

      • AndyG55 says:

        One of you guys should be able to pull Burlington data out using Tony’s software, and places nearby that are not in the middle of an ever expanding city.

        Would be interesting see where the temps on that chart are measured.

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