Decline In Intensity And Frequency Of Hot Weather In The US

During the 1930s, the average hottest daily temperature across the US was well over 100 degrees, but has dropped about five degrees over the past ninety years.

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The percent of days above 100 degrees has also dropped sharply, with the ten hottest years being 1936, 1934, 1954, 1930, 1980, 1913*, 1925, 1918, 1901 and 1931.

*The world’s hottest temperature of 134F was also recorded in California during 1913.

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The percent of USHCN stations to reach 95F (35C) has dropped off sharply over the past ninety years.

Meanwhile, the fraudsters at NOAA claim the exact opposite.

percentage of the United States with maximum temperatures much above normal.

U.S. Climate Extremes Index (CEI): Graph | Extremes | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

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9 Responses to Decline In Intensity And Frequency Of Hot Weather In The US

  1. GW Smith says:

    You would think they would be afraid of being found out, but they’re not. Why?

  2. rah says:

    A question that needs to be asked of the warmanistas: Why has not a new all time high temperature record that surpasses the 134 F Evergreen Ranch/Furnace Creek record not been set anywhere on earth since the claimed onset of human caused global warming?

  3. Stephen Reiss says:

    I am sure you have dealt with this issue before. When you calculate the percentage of days above a certain temperature, are all the weather stations in continuous operation during the entire period? I only ask because I stumbled upon a post from another site that said there have been many new stations included in recent years at higher latitudes that skew your results. Since the population center has been moving south and west, this makes no sense on its face, but I had to ask.

  4. AndyDC says:

    Democracy dies in the darkness of mainstream media lies and treasonous propaganda. Plus a completely corrupt and insane “education” system based on division and a culture of victimization.

  5. Richard M Yanco says:

    Living in the Boston area we are very aware of the Climate Change enthusiasts who are pushing their agenda in the Boston Globe every week. I have posted to the Globe’s online blog and have pointed out that Logan Airport sits adjacent to Boston Harbor and to the Atlantic Ocean. I have yet to hear of any flight delays due to sea water on any of the runways at Logan. One would think that if there was a real catastrophe lurking only 12 years from now that Massport and other local planners would be pushing to move Boston’s airport that is at sea level further inland. Instead they are continually expanding New England’s largest and busiest airport. Bizarre!

  6. Richard M Yanco says:

    I have a general observation and a general question. I have always questioned the accuracy of land based weather observations especially since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1989. I believe that there are 10 time zones in Russia or the old USSR. At the time the old Communist Empire collapsed their economy also crashed on the rocks too. I like to say that “they didn’t have the down payment on an egg beater”. Who and how were those weather observatories being covered? The USSR was and still is the largest land mass on earth. I believe that it is likely that many of those reporting stations were either not covered or were possibly subject to inadequate coverage for a number of years following the collapse. How is it possible to depend on very suspect record keeping during the 1990s and possibly into the 21st century?

  7. billtoo says:

    they have no choice. the climate just isn’t cooperating. It will only get worse from here. But no-one likes to learn they have been taken.

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