Plummeting January 21 Temperatures In The US

January 21 afternoon temperatures have dropped several degrees in the US since the 19th century, as has the likelihood of warm weather on this date.

On January 21, 1906, almost half of USHCN stations were over 60 degrees, and one out five were over 70 degrees.

There were 70 degree temperatures in many locations in New York, and 60 degree temperatures in New Hampshire.

Temperatures on this date in 1906 were 50-60 degrees warmer than this year.

US Weather – Current Temperatures Map |

Temperatures were also very warm on this date in 1909, with the average maximum being 54 degrees.

Carbon dioxide seems to be having difficulty trapping heat as its concentration increases. It was 80 degrees in Boston on January 22, 1906, about 70 degrees warmer than today.

26 Jan 1906, Page 5 – The Junction City Weekly Union at

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5 Responses to Plummeting January 21 Temperatures In The US

  1. GW Smith says:

    You’re going to make the lefties really mad with all this kind of stuff.

  2. Shawn Marshall says:

    Real intelligence conveyed in a few easy charts and newspaper stories.

    You should get a medal and an hour long TV show just to show all these facts you have revealed.

  3. Richard Cerchio says:

    Thanks for all your hard work. Yours are the videos I listen to most often and recommend to others.

    How do you make, or where do you get those U.S. maps with the colored temperature circles?

    Regards to Toto.

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