New York January Temperature Statistics

New York state averages a range of 87 degrees between their lowest and highest January temperature each year, with a peak swing of 103 degrees during January 1935.

On January 5 1935, Indian Lakes reached -18F, and two days later Angelica reached 67F. A swing of 85 degrees in 48 hours.

1950 was a fairly typical year, with large temperature swings every few days.

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Gina believes temperatures in the Northeast didn’t used to make large swings, but like almost all members of the climate cult – her beliefs are based on nothing other than superstition and brainwashing.

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9 Responses to New York January Temperature Statistics

  1. GeologyJim says:

    “causing sickness”??

    Well, in her case, mental illness fer shure

    • arn says:

      As already someone posted here,the biggest recorded temp swing
      happened in Montana and the temp. was jumping from -53 to +49 fahrenheit.

      That’s almost twice as much as Veshios temperature apocalypse.
      And not just that-it happened in 1972 during the ice age scare.

      • Mark Luhman says:

        I lived in western North Dakota on the mid 80 the temps there went from -50 Christmas Eve. to well into the high thirties to low forties by Noon on Christmas day.

  2. Gator says:

    “The true signs”

    The end is always near for those who constantly have their heads up their arses.

  3. ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N says:

    Somehow she invented the qualifier that up and down temp swings are “the true signs” of AGW. Has any corrupt average climate scientist actually stooped as low yet? Probably. Maybe if she spent a week in a desert with swings of some 50C and more it would straighten out her addle, or thankfully freeze her to death on the first night making for one less human causing what she’s stupidly panicking over.

  4. DM says:

    The following regionalizes Tony’s point: Mid Maine will experience a 50F swing between late last week (-5F low) & Tuesday (43F to 48F high forecast) this week. Similar or BIGGER swings occurred earlier this winter, last winter, the prior winter …

    We FIND ways to enjoy EVERY day, Gina. While the temp was 10F, the neighborhood partied OUTDOORS all Sat. afternoon & into the night. Tues, I will work on my tan while ice fishing. Throughout this week, snowshoeing will be enjoyed.

  5. -B- says:

    Do these people have short memories, live in places that naturally have steady temps, or are they all under the age of ten?

    I have dealt with large temperature swings since childhood. I understood them since childhood. Building snow forts makes one very much aware of the freeze-thaw cycle.

  6. AndyDC says:

    A sure sign that democracy is dying, due to ignorance and superstition, plus free everything for everybody. Especially when the parasites can outvote the innovators/producers and tax them to death.

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