Plummeting Afternoon Temperatures In The Midwest

Midwest afternoon temperatures have been declining for a century.

Summer starts ten days later, and ends ten days earlier than it did a century ago.

The percent of stations reaching 90 degrees has declined over the past century.

The frequency of hot days has plummeted over the past century.


Meanwhile, all of the usual global warming fraudsters claim the exact opposite.

Facts are facts, and junk science is junk science, and never the twain shall meet.

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3 Responses to Plummeting Afternoon Temperatures In The Midwest

  1. AndyDC says:

    The latest forecast by the US Department of Agriculture states the corn yields per acre will come in at a record high of 178 bushels per acre. Yet another fantastic growing season in the Corn Belt! Since corn is a very heat sensitive crop, all of the recent bumper crops are hardly the sign of a warming climate spinning out of control!

  2. Steven Fraser says:

    Corn likes CO2 as well.

  3. sunsettommy says:

    Grant Foster made an idiotic attack on your chart here:

    How Steve Goddard a.k.a. Tony Heller does bad science

    The moron doesn’t even try to show what is wrong with your USHCN chart, he just says it is wrong and that is it.


    He childishly insulted you here:

    “Steve Goddard, or as I like to call him, Dorothy (because Dorothy of the Wizard of Oz is his avatar, and I think he might live in Oz) is one of those science deniers who now and then produces a graphic that shows that global warming isn’t real. He is increasingly being ignored by even the ingenuous, but his latest attempt to deny reality has been slapped down so effectively by scientist and blogger Tamino that thought you should see it.”

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