Australia Ten Degrees Cooler Than 1896

On January 9, 1896 the Sydney Morning Herald reported Australia was cooling down, and temperatures at Bourke were only 117 degrees. That is ten degrees hotter than today’s forecast.

09 Jan 1896, Page 5 – The Sydney Morning Herald at

Bourke, Australia Forecast | Weather Underground

Later in the month, temperatures were over 120F, deaths were reported everywhere, and almost the entire country was over 100 degrees.

24 Jan 1896, Page 5 – The Sydney Morning Herald at

BOM throws out all pre-1910 data, because it is inconvenient for their global warming scam.

The forecast for Sydney looks brutal, with temperatures well up into the mid 70s today.

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8 Responses to Australia Ten Degrees Cooler Than 1896

  1. Kris Johanson says:

    We know who to blame for this… in Australia at least

  2. frederik wisse says:

    There was news today that in 1936 Sydney-wintertemperatures reached a maximum of 50 degrees Celsius , so 80 years ago the climate over there was definitely hotter , but the MSM of course fails to mention this .In Holland the upcoming political leader Thierry Baudet demanded action against the state-owned KNMI meteorological institute for their crazy Paris-induced climate propaganda , putting the real world upside down .
    Btw this much respected institute was last summer caught in flagranti altering the temperature-records by upping low temperature-reading with over 1 degree Celsius .
    Also adapt 2030 mentioned this in previous messages . How deep can you sink !

    • Robertv says:

      Thierry Baudet must have a very difficult time as a dutch politician because intellectually he is FAR above the rest.

    • Robertv says:

      In a Time of Universal Deceit — Telling the Truth Is a Revolutionary Act

      Thierry Baudet will have a very difficult time as a dutch politician .

  3. John of Cloverdale, WA, Australia says:

    Melbourne’s still-standing record mean maximum for February of 30.2 °C was in 1898. Also, for Melbourne, back in those early times, the record mean maximum for January is 31.0 °C, set in 1908.
    Figures found here:

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