Early Springs Are Global Warming. Late Springs Are Climate Change

Last March, the New York Times announced that the early spring was caused by global warming.

Spring Came Early. Scientists Say Climate Change Is a Culprit. – The New York Times

March temperatures in New York have been falling for 45 years, and five of the last six months of March have been below normal temperature. But facts aren’t relevant at the New York Times.

This year, climate experts say that the late spring is caused by climate change.

The Washington Post also says this year’s late spring is actually an early spring, and it is caused by global warming, just as they expected.

Spring is running 20 days early. It’s exactly what we expect, but it’s not good. – The Washington Post

Had Angela Fritz actually looked at the data, she would know that March temperatures around Washington DC have been running cold in recent years, and there is no long term trend.

A high school student @2050Age tweeted first day of spring DC temperatures yesterday, showing how they have declined.

Ice Age 2050 on Twitter: “March 21st is getting colder in Washington DC… “

This is what the Washington Post early spring looked like yesterday in Philadelphia.

Pennsylvania is having its second coldest march afternoon temperatures on record, twenty-one degrees colder than 1945 and 1946. There has been no trend in Pennsylvania March maximum temperatures since 1895

Warm springs are global warming. Cold springs are climate change. And every month is junk climate science.

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17 Responses to Early Springs Are Global Warming. Late Springs Are Climate Change

  1. Ice Age 2050 says:

    Thanks for putting my graph in your blog post. I didn’t expect you to do that. That really means a lot to me. Thank you very much! The data shows the truth. Toto shows the truth. Tony Heller tells the truth. Stay safe

  2. Robertv says:

    Of course there are little victories CNN doesn’t talk about.

    Free Speech VICTORY: Dr. Tim Ball Defeats Andrew Weaver


  3. Mark Fife says:

    This is off topic, but not really off topic if you know what I mean.

    As much as I have seen, this little bit actually kind of stunned me. Allow me to explain. I have been looking at the GHCN data Berkley Earth uses as part of their data. On paper it sounds pretty impressive. For 1900 through 2011, they have temperature records from 27,721 monitoring stations from around the world, comprised of some 928,000 individual sets of annual data for both daily high and daily low temperature.

    That are a lot of data folks.

    But not so fast. Nearly 30% of those stations were only reporting for 10 years or less. Meaning, if you were going to use all these records to construct an estimate Global Average Temperature for each year you would have to use some type of back fill methodology, right? But that’s okay, because you have this enormous amount of data from which you can use sophisticated statistical modeling techniques to fill in the blanks. So no big deal right?

    What if in actuality your back fill data represented 70% of all your data? I would call that a big deal. I would call that fraud.

    Check it out.

    • kyle_fouro says:

      The BEST guys are active on twitter. Why don’t you make an account and confront them?

      • Mark Fife says:

        I am actually doing so. So far it has been…interesting.

        • AndyG55 says:

          Simply, they use as much JUNK data they can lay their hands on.

          The more “garbage in” data they have the easier it is to FABRICATE the result they want.

          “Garbage out” is an absolute guarantee.

          • Mark Fife says:

            I have been hitting up a couple of people slowly. I think I got their attention.

          • AndyG55 says:

            Choose say a dozen of their sites, and ask them to produce pictures to verify where their data is coming from. ;-)

            Many stations will be a flash in time, or next to an incinerator air conditioner or something like that.

            QUALITY data is a no-no to these guys.

            GARBAGE data is all they want, easier to “adjust” ;-)

  4. TedL says:

    It is nice of you to acknowledge the efforts of the high school student. I saw him yesterday on Twitter. It is encouraging that he has found your methodology and data.

  5. Buck Turgidson says:

    The wapo article refes to “Longer summer temperatures…”. A really crack science team they have there.

  6. Klaus Berger says:

    Tony, you deserve a lot of credit for your work! Have you seen this new Danish scientific paper (from No Tricks Zone). http://notrickszone.com/2018/03/23/uncertainty-mounts-global-temperature-data-presentation-flat-wrong-new-danish-findings-show/#sthash.ZzKolJAF.dpbs
    This new temperature graph shows exactly what you have been telling all the time!! A mega blow for the climate alarmists!

  7. arn says:

    i found an interessting (and short)video about the opposite of global warming as result of a grand solar minimu(would not surprise me ,as we almost always get the opposite of what we are promised by PC party)
    -i don”t know how legit the infos are and wether this guy is the expert he claims to be (and the guy has an annoying voice)
    but it sound interessting and cyclical


  8. Windsong says:

    Uh-oh. Wa-comPost now thinks April 10 is peak cherry blossom date, a huge delay. So much for the earlier predictions of peak (centered) dates of March 25 made on Feb. 27, and April 1 made on March 12.

    Mrs. Windsong is more accurate on predicting actual dates of new grandchildren being born one month away than the WP is at guessing cherry blossoms blooming.

    • arn says:

      i wouldn’t be surprised if they have to delay the peak for another 3-4 days which would make their prediction miss the target by 3 weaks into the wrong direction.
      Missing a prediction that was supposed to happen in 4 weaks
      by 3 weaks(especially with something that generally happens within the usual 10 days of a year) shows how detached from reality these people are.

  9. John of Cloverdale, WA, Australia says:

    “I’m surprised the snow accumulated so quick,” said Julianelle, 41, before lamenting the weather. “I’ve lived in the Northeast my whole life. We never get an early spring.”

  10. AndyG55 says:

    OT, Great News for plant life, and life in general…

    Global CO2 emissions went UP by 1.4% in 2017.


    Still, a long way to go to get up to 700ppm.


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