Record US Cold Continues

Since October 1 (start of the water year) afternoon temperatures have been second coldest on record.



The US has also been second wettest on record.



Drought is at historic lows.


Wet weather is associated with low temperatures, because cold air can hold less moisture – resulting in condensation and precipitation.

The press has predictably responded to the record cold and wet, by claiming the exact opposite of what is happening. And the scientific community has been predictably silent about the lies.

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17 Responses to Record US Cold Continues

  1. Psalmon says:

    Four meters of snow on the roads in the Mont Blac region…The end of snow;

    • Stewart Pid says:

      Nice one Mr Salmon … of course that is GLO-BULL warming / climate change snow and not regular grade A snow.

    • arn says:

      I’m pretty sure this is the missing “water” that was supposed to drown lower manhattan and the maledives by 2018.

      It is hiding somewhere in France.

    • Frank K. says:

      Wow! That’s a cool picture (no pun intended).

  2. Brian D says:

    Well, we had snowfall yesterday, MAY 19th, of up to 7″ , and record low max temps were set here in the Northland, as well. Globull warming continues into mid-May.

  3. Eric Simpson says:

    Record US Cold Continues

    “That’s proof of global warming.” -The Warmists

    No, really:

    “The kind of extreme cold being experienced by much of the United States as we speak is a pattern we can expect to see with increasing frequency, as global warming continues.” -John Holdren, Obama’s Science Czar, 2014

    The above from the guy that in the ’70s was pushing de-industrialization as the solution to global cooling and said this:

    “A massive campaign must be launched to de-develop the United States… [we] must design a stable, low-consumption economy in which there is a much more equitable distribution of wealth..” -John Holdren, 1973

    • arn says:

      Just as the New Green Deal and Global Warming

      the Ice Age Scare of the 70ies had only one specific goal in mind=
      That is and was the only purpose for AGW
      and this is why climate “science” is using the most antiscientific way to present one and the same solution to 2 completely opposite “armageddons”
      as global cooling and global warming.

      • Eric Simpson says:

        Yup. Totally right.

        And btw, there was 3 inches of snow last night (May 19th) in Big Bear socal. This youtuber thinks that much snow at this time of year is “unbelievable:”

        Late Spring Snow aftermath for Big Bear Lake, CA. My house got 3 inches. Just beautiful. 5/20/2019

  4. arn says:

    Considering how much trouble they made about the ‘drought’ in California
    one wonders why too cold and too wet weather in 50 states can not even make 2% of the impact .
    Neither scientists nor journalists are interessted in this huge anomaly which shouldn’t even exist according to them.
    ((though i”m pretty sure that such a weather in a “global cooling will gonna kill us all”-scenario would be considered as ultimate proof for man made global cooling and media and scientists would exploit it 24/7 to the max.

    • Caleb Shaw says:

      David A,

      Thanks for that link. It holds lots of good information that the mainstream media deftly avoids. Likely the AMO is winding down from the “warm phase”, which will reverse much of the short-term warming Alarmists like to use as “proof” of long-term warming. But the decline will have it’s ups and downs, and it may well be there is less snow-buildup over Greenland this spring due to blocking-high-pressure setting up over that icecap.

      That blocking-high-pressure may please Alarmists by slowing the copious snows over Greenland, but it causes a loopy jet-stream that makes for a cold and wet Spring over the central USA and also over central Europe. Unless the swampy fields dry up there may be a significant slump in the production of corn in Iowa and France, two of the world’s largest producers. Currently prices in the “futures” markets are depressed, (as China is threatening not to buy things like soybeans due to tariff squabbles), but those prices might go through the roof if there are far fewer soybeans harvested.

  5. gregole says:

    Cool, breezy and cloudy. Nice weather here in Tempe, Arizona, where at this time of year triple-digits (100+ deg F) are common.

    CO2 must not be trapping heat here in Arizona.

    • R Shearer says:

      Snowing like a son of a gun here in Colorado. The poor trees are going to lose some branches tonight.

  6. Steven Fraser says:

    On Saturday, measured 4.5″ of ‘permanent Texas Drought’ in my backyard gauge. This year t0-date, DEF official precip is 7.1″, which is above average for this point in the year. If we got no more rain in the remainder of May, this month would rank 24th when compared with all May’s since 1899, at 149% of the Month’s average rainfall.

    More is expected to move in tomorrow morning, as part of the same storm that will blanket the western half of Nebraska with several inches of snow.

    As to overall, statewide precip performance… my fave measurement is the count of acre-feet of water in Texas Reservoirs. As of today, 82 of Texas’ 121 reservoirs are at or exceed 100% of ‘conservation’ storage levels. Many are into ‘flood pool’ conditions, which includes levels above ‘conservation’, many substantially. Currently, the lakes are holding 4,906,454 acre feet more than the statewide conservation capacity, for a total of 37,940,053 acre feet of water.

    To put this quantity of water in perspective, that is 46.798 cu km, about 2.9% of the amount of water in Lake Ontario.

  7. Psalmon says:

    Lake Superior is blasting thru record levels in May…St. Clair and Erie are also at record levels for May. MI-HU is close. Ontario is up more than two feet in the last month, also close to record levels.

    As they relieve Superior the rest will all set records.

    We were told by the NYT about Superior…canary in the coal mine…

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