Monthly Archives: May 2018

Plummeting May 26 Temperatures In The US

May 26 temperatures in the US have declined sharply since about 1910. On this date in 1911, almost the entire eastern US was over 90 degrees. Similar story in 1914, with 90 degree weather up into Vermont.

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So Why Tamper With The Data?

Eli Melaas is bragging that Blue Hill, MA has the best temperature record in the US. And he provided this graph. This is what the actual USHCN daily data looks like. I plotted four versions of the graph – Melaas, … Continue reading

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Plummeting May 25 Temperatures In The US

May 25th temperatures have been declining in the US since the 19th century, with recent years among the coolest.   On May 25, 1911 most of the US east of the Rockies was above 90 degrees., with 100 degree temperatures … Continue reading

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Terrifying Times For Climate Alarmists

Arctic sea ice volume is highest in five years, and approaching the “normal” line. FullSize_CICE_combine_thick_SM_EN_20180523.png (1337×1113) It has been ten years since Mark Serreze and David Barber predicted an ice-free North Pole that summer, and I countered with an article … Continue reading

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Arctic BS Continues

DMI and NSIDC continue to show Arctic sea ice extent declining. Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut NSIDC maps show almost no change over the past two days. red shows ice loss since May 21, green shows ice … Continue reading

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Plummeting May 24 Temperatures In The US

May 24 afternoon temperatures have been declining in the US since the 19th century, and the frequency of hot days has plummeted – with recent years being among the coolest on record. On May 24, 1926, temperatures over 100 degrees … Continue reading

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The Incredible Heatwave Of 1921

On this date in 1921, the Eastern two thirds of the country was extremely hot, with Caruthersville, Missouri at 102 degrees and Hobart, Indiana at 100 degrees. The heatwave of 1921 never let up all summer. Caruthersville had 71 days … Continue reading

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Tenth Anniversary Of The Windsor Tornado

Ten years ago today, Windsor Colorado was largely destroyed by a half mile wide tornado.  I was just a few miles away and drove through there right after the tornado hit.  Hundreds of homes were destroyed and there was natural … Continue reading

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Haircut Day Tomorrow

The Totos get their summer haircuts tomorrow.

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Plummeting May 22 Temperatures In The Washington DC Area

Since the year 1910. May 22nd temperatures at Lincoln, Virginia have dropped nearly 10 degrees.  Lincoln is the closest Virginia USHCN station to Washington DC. On this date in 1911, Lincoln was 102 degrees.  Today’s forecast maximum at Lincoln is … Continue reading

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