Plummeting Summer Temperatures In The US

With the arrival of summer, climate snake oil salesmen are up to their usual tactics of lying about the weather. Summer maximum temperatures and the frequency of hot days have plummeted in the US over the past century.

After accepting this, climate fraudsters complain that the US is only 2% of the planet – but it is the only large region of earth where you can do this sort of analysis. Data from the rest of the world is generally close to useless.

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During the week of July 3 to July 10, 1936 – afternoon temperatures at Cottonwood, South Dakota averaged a mind boggling 111 degrees, topping out at 117 degrees on July 5, 1936.

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10 Responses to Plummeting Summer Temperatures In The US

  1. RAH says:

    Most of the warming anomalies have been in the polar regions over the last few years with the exception of the El Nino spikes.

  2. gregole says:

    It isn’t getting hotter. Even with CO2 at over 400 ppm. Not much of anything out of the ordinary is happening. 2018 and all’s well.

  3. steve case says:

    After accepting this, climate fraudsters complain that the US is only 2% of the planet – but it is the only large region of earth where you can do this sort of analysis. Data from the rest of the world is generally close to useless.

    BINGO!

    Here’s more on that thought from a WattsUpWithThat post from a year ago:

    richard verney July 8, 2017 at 6:24 am
    Given:

    1. CO2 is said to be a well mixed gas and therefore operates in like manner on a global scale (subject to differences in humidity/water vapour feedback); and
    2 The US is a large tract of Northern Hemisphere land; and
    3. The US is a good representative sample of geography and topography, and is therefore a valid sub set of the behavoir of land masses in the Northern Hemisphere;
    4. The US has the best sampling of data of any significant land surface.

    If the US is not showing warming (the US was warmest in the 1930s/1940s), one would needs a strong explanation as to why the US is an outlier and not behaving in the same manner as the Northern Hemisphere as a whole.

    The fact is that when you have good quality data, there is no warming, just multidecadal variations, seriously begs the question as to the quality and validity of the data for other areas, and whether the so called AGW thing is just a data issue brought about the manner in which poor quality data with insufficient spatial coverage is presented.

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/07/07/how-they-airbrushed-out-the-inconvenient-pause/comment-page-1/#comment-2545754

  4. Robertv says:

    There is something rotten in the school system as everywhere progressives are in control.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/07/03/epas-pruitt-confronted-by-teacher-at-washington-restaurant-report-says.html

    • Johansen says:

      U.S. public schools are not really concerned with education. They’re more concerned with keeping voters in the ‘right groups’. You might be surprised at what they’re being paid….
      “Wilson’s total compensation package was $400,096 last year. By comparison, the superintendents of Ontario-Montclair, Poway Unified and Whittier Union districts, all in Southern California, held the top three spots, earning $516,573, $448,861 and $417,865, respectively.

      The next largest pay packages for Bay Area public K-12 educators went to Livermore Valley Joint Unified Superintendent Kelly Bowers, who was paid $383,105 last year; San Francisco Unified Superintendent Richard Carranza, who made $378,536; West Contra Costa superintendent Bruce Harter, who made $352,417, Santa Clara County Office of Education superintendent Jon Gundry, who earned $347,165, and Oak Grove School District superintendent Jose Manzo, who received $345,250.

  5. rapscallion says:

    “Data from the rest of the world is generally close to useless.”

    Steady Tony! Don’t forget the Central England Temperature record which has been monthly since 1659 and monthly since 1772. We’ve been taking records before the US was even a country!

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