Daily Archives: May 10, 2018

Declining Summer Temperatures At Weatherford, Texas

The USHCN station at Weatherford, Texas is the closest station to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Over the last 70 years, the frequency of hot days and average afternoon summer temperatures at Weatherford have declined.

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Top Pictures From This Morning

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How Not To Measure Temperature

I have been showing how summer temperatures have been declining at well sited rural stations. Now I am going to show the exact opposite. The weather station at Fort Collins, Colorado showed a huge jump in temperatures when they started … Continue reading

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Plummeting Summer Temperatures At Omaha, Nebraska

Ashland, Nebraska is the closest USHCN station to Omaha.  Summer temperatures and the frequency of hot days have plummeted there over the past 80 years.

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Plummeting Summer Temperatures At Bloomington, Indiana

Prior to the 1960’s, summers at Bloomington, Indiana were typically very hot – but over the last 80 years summer maximum temperatures and the frequency of hot days have plummeted.

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Nothing Happening In The Arctic

There has been almost no change in Arctic sea ice extent over the past two days. May 7      May 9

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Plummeting Summer Temperatures At Lincoln, Virginia

Lincoln, Virginia is the closest Virginia USHCN station to Washington, DC. The frequency of hot days has plummeted there over the last 90 years. Google Earth

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Plummeting Summer Temperatures At Ithaca, New York

Hot days used to occur quite frequently at Ithaca, New York – but since 1954 the frequency of hot days has plummeted and rarely occur any more. Google Earth

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