Conway, Arkansas August Daily Maximum Temperatures

August afternoon temperatures at Conway, Arkansas peaked in 1936, and have dropped three degrees since the 19th century. Similar story at Newport, Arkansas. August temperatures there peaked in 1930, and have fallen almost five degrees since the 19th century.

This graph is every July daily maximum temperature ever recorded in Minnesota.

These graphs are a sneak preview of the new software I want to develop, which will completely change how people analyze temperature data, and will generate these graphs instantly.

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17 Responses to Conway, Arkansas August Daily Maximum Temperatures

  1. JPeden says:

    Yes Sir, more data-driven graphs please!

  2. Bob Hoye says:

    Good.
    I’ve been watching the DMI “North of 80” temp.
    Two weeks ago, I was hoping it would dip below the freezing line before late August, the usual time.
    But–Over the last few days, it’s turned up and is slightly above the mean.
    It’s like being short a stock before it rolls over!
    Help!
    :)

    • tonyheller says:

      It is very cold in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas, which is exactly what climate alarmists don’t want to be seeing now.

    • Steven Fraser says:

      If you care about it, each C degree on the left scale contains 5 orange pixels, so an uptick of 2 pixels above average is .4 C.

  3. steve case says:

    Yes indeed, summertime maximums in most of the United States east of the Rockies have dropped since the 19th century. Tell the typical left-wing liberal Democrat that and they have nothing to say.

    Tell that same, left-wing liberal Democrat that:

    Methane really isn’t 86 times more powerful than CO2 at trapping heat.
    Warm water really isn’t melting the Antarctic ice cap from below.
    Thermal expansion affects just relative sea level.
    Water vapor raining out after a few days is a meaningless canard
    Methane from cattle isn’t a problem
    People don ‘t really depend on glaciers for water.
    Claiming that burning biomass is carbon neutral is bullshit
    The coral reefs aren’t in danger.
    Sea level rise isn’t accelerating.
    Polar bears aren’t going extinct.
    Average world temperature is meaningless bullshit
    Drought is declining, not increasing
    Antarctica can’t melt, it’s freezing nearly everywhere nearly all of the time.
    Same for Greenland
    Ocean acidification is non-verifiable hokum.

    And they just roll their eyes and call you names.

    A well documented book with graphs sidebars interesting asides etc. needs to be written.

    • Johansen says:

      What does “thermal expansion effects just relative sea level” mean?

      • steve case says:

        What does “thermal expansion effects just relative sea level” mean?

        The effect is local. Warm water in the middle of the Pacific doesn’t make the Arctic Ocean overflow.

    • Disillusioned says:

      “And they just roll their eyes and call you names. ”

      That’s the really, really nice ones with no power.

      Pro-fascism leftists (who refer to themselves as the opposite) will censure, block, shadow ban, blacklist, bring about false arrests and jail you or bring frivolous lawsuits (lawfare), beat you with poles, riot and block entrance to shut down you or your venue and anything else they can do to shut you up.

      • steve case says:

        I’ve been banned more than once just yesterday I tried to post a comment on this article<I/
        Rising Seas Increase Methane Emissions from the Mouths of Rivers
        and this terse little message came up:

        We are unable to post you comment because you have been banned by Eos.

        Their article said:

        Methane is an extremely potent greenhouse gas, with more than 20 times the heat-trapping power of carbon dioxide.

        I was going to write, “That’s an interesting statistic but it doesn’t tell your readers how much methane will actually run-up global temperatures.”

        Indeed, if you search the internet with the question, “How much will methane increase global temperatures by 2100?” you will come up empty.

    • Bob Hoye says:

      Good list.
      How can “they” be so wrong on so many points?

  4. steve case says:

    Have I been blocked?

  5. MG says:

    Nice Graphs! I work with medical data, using R ggplot, and knitr it all together for viewing, but they look amateurish compared to yours. All three look great, but the last one is way cool. Now I’m inspired to do better.

    Would it be possible to add and delete stations right from the graph, for example clicking on the ARoyal MN station in the legend and then the plots for that station are removed from the graph. You often use maximum temps, can you plot the minimums and the medians, all on the same graph? Are we narrowing over time? …distance between minimums and maximums temps? Ok one more… Can you add the ability to add in or delete the estimated temps? I think in the past you said they were indicated by the letter E. It would be interesting to show both side by side.

  6. Andy DC says:

    It is pretty hard to argue against cold, hard facts, but the alarmists remain willfully delusional and hysterical.

  7. richard says:

    That last graph is a thing of beauty.

  8. Bob Hoye says:

    Latest post by DMI on temp “N of 80” is an uptick.
    Ohhhh!
    :) Bob

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