One Of The Least Hot Summers In The Midwest

Midwestern USHCN stations have recorded 17,772 June/July/August measurements over 100 degrees since 1895, including 2,624 in 1936 alone. This year there were only eight measurements over 100 degrees.

The frequency and intensity of hot summer afternoons in the Midwest has plummeted since the 19th century.

  

The New York Times claims the exact opposite, because their job is to push propaganda – not report news. This is the wildly fraudulent New York Times graph for Harrisburg, Illinois, purporting to show the number of 90 degrees days.

How Much Hotter Is Your Hometown Than When You Were Born? – The New York Times

And this is what the actual thermometer data looks like. The downwards trend is the exact opposite of the New York Times graph.

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9 Responses to One Of The Least Hot Summers In The Midwest

  1. Johansen says:

    Just what we need, more fear and anxiety in the world… thank you for burdening our kids, NYT

  2. AndyDC says:

    My goodness, when you see all of that laid out there, plain and simple with pure unadulterated data, you could make a darn good case for global cooling! Maybe they should have stuck with the Ice Age scare!

    • arn says:

      Global Cooling is so 70ies
      and the worst thing is:
      There is no way to achieve a global tax with global cooling.

      Such a potential multi trillion dollar business.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        “There is no way to achieve a global tax with global cooling.”

        You are underestimating them. Of course they could achieve the same outcome with a global cooling scare—and maybe they will turn the ship one day—but right now they have just about everyone onboard Queen Mary and the band is playing.

        There is this little thing about nature not cooperating but that’s easy to fix in the records and in the news.

        They ran the Soviet Union the same way for 70 years. Why get all jumpy about a little detail and change direction?

        • GCsquared says:

          There’s a guy named Sir Crispin Tickell, who wrote a booklet for the CIA, Climatic Change and World Affairs, during the 1970’s global cooling. His nibs urged a global program to deal with the impending ice age.

          A few years later, he was advising Margaret Thatcher to scare people with CO2 warming, so she could close down the coal mines to weaken the miners’ union.

          It really doesn’t matter what temperature the water is coming out of the faucet; the politics are the same. Keep your eye on the ball.

  3. neal s says:

    I just noticed that if you compare the actual days above 90(F) from 1960 to 2000 versus the bogus NY times interactive thing, that they cannot even get the past correct. Why would anyone expect them to be able to make any prediction of the future if they cannot even tell you accurately about the past?

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