Draining The EPA Swamp

This is the sort of fraud which the EPA had on their website on Obama’s last day in office.

The annual number of days above 90°F is projected to increase, especially for southern portions of the Northeast region.

Climate Impacts in the Northeast | Climate Change Impacts | US EPA

The Obama EPA claims had no historical or scientific basis. The frequency and areal coverage of 90 degree days in the Northeast has been declining since the 19th century, and have been near record lows in recent years.

“Projected increases in temperature could reduce snow cover and shorten winter snow seasons”

Autumn and winter snow cover has been increasing across the northern hemisphere for 50 years, indicating that cold Arctic air is penetrating further and further south.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

We are expecting a foot of snow today here in Philadelphia, and Joe Bastardi thinks this snow may continue all month – four years after the Fake News New York Times announced the end of snow.

The End of Snow? – The New York Times

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6 Responses to Draining The EPA Swamp

  1. wert says:

    The snow extent is not only growing, it has an accelerating trend. I see an opportunity to blame it on climate change. /sarc

  2. Steve Case says:

    The frequency and areal coverage of 90 degree days in the Northeast has been declining since the 19th century

    “…declining since the 19th century.” Great line!

    Since good records only go back to the late 19th century, one wonders what the how hot summer afternoons 200 years ago really were.

  3. Robertv says:

    There never should have been an agency with so much power. Law should be made by lawmakers chosen by the people and not by agencies.

  4. GeologyJim says:

    Classic case of bureaucratic mission creep. EPA has no legal authority or Congressional mandate to study or publish on the subject of “climate change”.

    And, afterall, their report is nothing more than a book-report of cherry-picked studies and modeling exercises by other agencies. No original work.

    Just like IPCC junk reports

    All belong in the circular file or landfill

  5. Advocatus Diaboli says:

    Interesting that EPA chose to start their averaging period (1971-2000) during the deepest extended trough of 90-degree days; this would make a regression to the mean look like “warming” even if, as Tony’s graph shows, it merely continues a long-term decline.

  6. BallBounces says:

    Children just won’t know what the NYT was…

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