Plummeting March 24 Temperatures In The US

“There is something fascinating about science. One gets such wholesale returns of conjecture out of such a trifling investment of fact.”

  • Mark Twain

March 24 temperatures have plummeted in the US since the year 1900. Prior to 1950, March 24 was typically a warm day in the US, but recent years have been quite cold on this date.

The likelihood of warm or hot weather on March 24 dropped off sharply after the 1940’s.

The likelihood of cold weather on March 24 has increased sharply since the year 1900, with 2014 being the coldest.

On March 24, 1910, afternoon temperatures in the US averaged an incredible 74 degrees, with most of the eastern US over 80 degrees.

If we had weather that hot now, climate scientists would state that they were 97% certain it was due to man-made CO2. As is almost always the case in climate science, the claims of its practitioners are the exact opposite of reality.

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2 Responses to Plummeting March 24 Temperatures In The US

  1. Nicholas Schroeder, BSME, PE says:

    Wrote this for someone elsewhere and thought it worth sharing.

    IR is an indirect or inferred measurement and IMHO unreliable for measuring temperatures. What “surface” is the IR measuring? There HAS to be one. Why does the IR match 1.5 m air temps and not soil surface? Fakery? How do molecules at 1.5 m even form a surface? Pointing an IR instrument into the sky is clueless. And S-B W/m^2 cannot be determined from temperature without considering emissivity.

    When the sun goes down the air loses energy rapidly and becomes cooler than air and the energy absorbed by the soil during the day makes the soil warmer than the air as the sun sets and during the night.

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