90th Hottest June On Record

Drudge is reporting “record hot temperatures” in June, when in fact there were almost none. Almost all US record June daily maximum temperatures were set prior to 1989, with CO2 below 350 PPM.  The peak years were 1933, 1911, 1988 and 1936, with 2018 near the bottom.

June was not a hot month in the US, with maximum temperatures and the frequency and areal coverage of hot weather all  declining over the past 100 years.

The amazing thing about climate science, is that most climate scientists don’t know anything about the past climate, the present climate, or the future climate of the US.  And then Drudge parrots their BS.

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16 Responses to 90th Hottest June On Record

  1. arn says:

    The thing that has change the most during the climate change era
    is the coverage.
    Your former “yet another off the mill noone gives a poo about 30 degrees Celsius Day” is now a “we’ve never ever seen before in history 30 degrees armageddon” and proof of AGW and you must feel offended and upset-day+
    feel guilty while lying in the sun.
    That’s how you create guiltridden snowflakes.

  2. RW says:

    Drudge deals in click bait. Not much better than a provocateur, really. You have to take a lot of what he puts up there with a grain of salt.

  3. Disillusioned says:

    Disillusioning data, a mountain of failed predictions, the long list of statements and Apologetics by the pro-AGW crowd, should be plenty for intelligent people to question, if not come to realize they are being conned.

    The ignorance and gullibility of otherwise successful and moderately intelligent people never ceases to amaze me.

  4. steve case says:

    “Disillusioned says:

    The ignorance and gullibility of otherwise successful and moderately intelligent people never ceases to amaze me.”

    Propaganda – never underestimate the power of cleverly worded non-sense.

    • Andy DC says:

      The key to being “otherwise successful and moderately intelligent” is being able to absorb and practice whatever mommy and daddy and the fake news media tells you and to never rock the boat. In other words, to be a docile, conforming sheep where your main goal is to never appear be out of step.

    • Gator says:

      One of the top hottest for western Nebraska. Top 100? And what about the rest of the state? Guess it’s a slow weather day.

      • RAH says:

        Last night was pretty nice here at my place in central Indiana. The lightning bugs or fireflies or what ever you want to call them were out in force. Time to break out the big (6′ x 10′) colors even though there is a possibility for thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday.

        • pseudo-intellectual says:

          Temperatures here in central Illinois dropped 20 degrees Sunday afternoon, after a front rolled through.

          Wasn’t that hot to begin with- 90 or so.

  5. Jacob Frank says:

    Drudge is great if you really need a Zionist view of alt news, since I don’t really need that I seldom visit him.

  6. pseudo-intellectual says:

    One explanation for the hysteria over June temperatures might be the never-ending emphasis on the “heat index.”

    The weather folks have a lot of people convinced the HI is the same as air temperature.

  7. Steven Fraser says:

    OT, but today the UAH June report was released.

    Of particular interest to the Aussies amongst us: The AUS anomaly was -.55C.


    Stay tuned.

  8. TA says:

    June this year was a very mild month in Oklahoma.

    It has started heating up the last few days but we are still getting weather fronts coming through the area which means the weather will be milder than normal as long as this pattern continues.

    Any rain we can get during the summer is a blessing as our normal weather is usually very hot and very dry.

  9. RAH says:

    Didn’t take vacation days over the holiday but it looks like it will work out. In 1 1/2 hours I take off on a run to Trenton, Missouri with two other stops in that area before coming back. Should be back in time to grill kabobs on my new grill and set of fireworks on the 4th.

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