Ten Degrees Of Fake News At Weather Underground

Weather Underground was named after Bill Ayers’ terrorist group, which tried to kill Naval officers and their wives.  The same Bill Ayers who started Obama’s political career.

Weather Underground is reporting 100 degrees in Fort Collins.

Fort Collins, CO Forecast | Weather Underground

There are no thermometers close to 100 degrees near Fort Collins.

WunderMap® | Interactive Weather Map and Radar | Weather Underground

Even the official CSU thermometer (located in the middle of a parking lot) is reporting below 90 degrees.

Fort Collins Weather Station

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10 Responses to Ten Degrees Of Fake News At Weather Underground

  1. Larry Geiger says:

    It’s an “AcuRite Pro Weather Center”. It’s failing. Or someone is just parking a running car next to it.

    It’s a house in Silver Oaks subdivision:
    2261 Silver Trails Dr
    Fort Collins, Colorado

    Personal Weather Station Info
    Weather Station ID: KCOFORTC235
    Station Name: Silver Oaks

    Latitude / Longitude: N 40 ° 32 ‘ 26 ”, W 105 ° 7 ‘ 10 ”
    Elevation: 5003
    City: Fort Collins
    State: CO
    Hardware: AcuRite Pro Weather Center

    I hope that it’s not a station in any of the official records.

    • spike55 says:

      “2261 Silver Trails Dr
      Fort Collins, Colorado”

      Google Earth it…

      you will that there no possibility of an accurate weather station there.

      Street view shows no sign of a weather station.

      • spike55 says:

        Does show a lousy road surfacing job though.

      • spike55 says:

        missed word

        you will see that there no possibility……

        It would be interesting to know where the actual weather station is.

        I can’t see anything near those co-ordinates.

  2. R. Shearer says:

    *Actual weather conditions may vary.

  3. Josh says:

    Weather Underground is another liberal trash site. The site claimed there would be more hurricanes in 2012 than in 2005 – the year when there were more hurricanes than the initial list of names.

  4. Steven Fraser says:

    There are some other locations, too that are ~100, but they appear to be poorly sited, near buildings, road/driveway surfaces.

  5. Larry Geiger says:

    These sites are volunteer sites. You buy a weather station and attach it to the network. I have a Davis station in my front yard that I could tie into the network through my computer and computer network. That’s what most of these stations are. Volunteers with retail weather stations. Not really anything wrong with that but they are not intended to be used as an official record. And when they go bad, often no one is monitoring them daily.

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