Coolest January-July On Record In The US

The House Climate Crisis Committee held their first public meeting here in Boulder today.  Temperature is 80 degrees, and Boulder is the greenest anyone has ever seen it this time of year. The Governor declared a “climate crisis” today – after the best ski season and the coolest, greenest summer on record. He wants the state to go 100% renewable energy, which would make it impossible for anyone to get to the ski areas.

I don’t think the committee members flew in on wind powered airplanes, and most electric cars can’t drive to Vail without recharging. Imagine a line of 2,000 electric cars on I-70 waiting to do their two hour fast charge at the recharge station. Could take the rest of the driver’s life.

One of the more amazing moments was when Rep. Garret Graves, (R) Louisiana implied that we could stop land subsidence in Louisiana by building windmills in Colorado.

For the whole country, this was the coolest January-July on record – with the smallest number of hot days.

The frequency of hot days is down more than 60% since the 1930s.

Average minimum temperature has been 14th coolest on record. Illinois set their all-time cold record earlier this year.

Most states set their all-time temperature record more than 60 years ago, and none have set their record since 2012.

The committee effused about how the audience was participating in government, though we were not allowed to speak or ask questions. Democrats’ concept of participation is essentially the same as the Soviet Union.

The entire event was a fascinating exercise in mass inanity and delusion. As a scientist and observer – I love this stuff. I’m getting to witness one of the most bizarre events in human history.  A planned campaign to destroy civilization – via an army of useful idiots.

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20 Responses to Coolest January-July On Record In The US

  1. Gator says:

    Climate Crisis Committee People. Somehow this seems familiar to me… and not in a good way.

  2. Tim Erickson says:

    Got this in an e-mail from the USDA today.

    https://www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/ftpref/support/drought/dmrpt-20190801.pdf

    According to them we were setting records all over the place, to bad the corn is behind and still not looking the greatest in this “record setting” year.

    I bet the next crop update they issue will be at odds with this news.

    • Ray Getting says:

      This document starts by saying NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) reports that the land and ocean surface temperature anomaly for June 2019 was the highest in the 140-year NOAA global temperature dataset, dating back to 1880. Has this data from NOAA been adjusted too or is it the highest because all temperature history has been mutated to meet their CO2 propaganda?

  3. Gamecock says:

    ‘none have set their record since 2012’

    And that one was pure politics. A CRN-3 station in an urban setting.

  4. GeologyJim says:

    I had the distinct pleasure of attending the Heartland Institute’s 13th annual International Climate Change Conference at the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC last week. It was wonderful! More than 12 hours spent in the pleasant company of positive, engaged, smart, inquisitive folks from all over the country.

    I think I had more fun than you this time, Tony

    Joe Bastardi had a great laugh line as the dinner keynote speaker: Noting the number of foreign nationals in the audience, he suggested perhaps Trump could trade AOC and Ilhan Omar for Christopher Monckton!

  5. Nicholas McGinley says:

    Tony, I was just reading an article on CNBC website about the heatwave in Europe last week having moved to Greenland, and a whole parade of idiots claimed that this one single warm spell would raise sea levels “irreversibly” by a measurable amount.
    The amount?
    One tenth of a millimeter.
    Eric Holthaus, as usual, gets the prize for most delusional jackass to ever be quoted publically…in the history of the Universe.
    This frickin moron actually said that a single melting event on Greenland of 12 billion tons of ice would have an effect on the whole Earth that could not be undone, and would be felt for “thousands of years”!
    Here is a link to the article.
    I am gonna see if I can go on his Twitter and call him out on this, and I think everyone who has a Twitter account ought to do likewise.
    Most of those people blocked me before I ever spoke directly to any of them, so I may not be able to…but I can Tweet at him and everyone else can read it.

    “The historic heatwave that scorched Europe last week has moved to Greenland, where it’s expected on Thursday to melt away 12 billion tons of water from the ice sheet and irreversibly raise sea levels across the world.”

    ““The fact that we are getting measurable sea level rise out of a single day of melt is shocking,” said meteorologist Eric Holthaus. “There are real and lasting consequences from this single heat wave that will last for thousands of years.””

    This truly is a case of mass psychosis, and the scale of it is worldwide.
    I cannot even begin to understand how it can be claimed that some melting can never be undone, considering it snows in the hundreds of billions of tons there every year, and some snowstorms are far more than ever melts in a day.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/08/01/extreme-ice-melt-in-greenland-threatens-coastal-communities-scientists-warn.html

  6. spike55 says:

    UAH for July down a bit to +0.38C

  7. spike55 says:

    UK was NOT HOT either.

    From Paul H

    https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2019/08/01/english-summer-failing-to-meet-alarmist-expectations-again/

    “Average mean temperatures for July ended up at 17.5C, meaning that last month was an unremarkable 45th warmest since 1660, tying with years like 1847, 1870 and 1923. It was also 1.3C cooler than July 1783.”

    Little griffy-poo can stop its incessant, mindless panic.

  8. Mr Sir says:

    How about the current rapid melting of Greenland’s ice sheet?

    • tonyheller says:

      One day in Greenland is climate, but 130 years of declining US temperatures is just weather.

    • Spiritus Mundi says:

      How about the rapidly setting sun this evening? We may never see it agian, what ever will we do?

    • spike55 says:

      One day, YAWN, Meandering jet stream..

      Its current way below normal in Western Russia, where people actually LIVE !!

      Did you know that currently the Greenland Ice Sheet area is above what has been for all but about 500 years of the last 8000-9000 years.

      STILL VERY HIGH. !!!

      Here is a graph of Greenland Ice Mass since 1900, notice anything !

      Or are you content to live in your ZERO-thought troll-sewer. !

    • KevinPaul says:

      Maybe it will Green up as its name suggests. Imagine all the nitrogen locked up in that ice, grass the greenest green you’ve ever seen.

  9. John Collis says:

    Whoops the BBC have done it again
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-49165476
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-49167797
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-985b9374-596e-4ae6-aa04-7fbcae4cb7ee

    The last link shows the different projections of temperatures in 2100.
    For example:
    Reykjavík
    January 2100 ranging from 0 degrees (best case, up by 1.8 degrees since 1900) to 3.3 (worst case up by 5.1 degrees since 1900)
    July 2100 from 11.4 to 13.7

    Seattle: Jan 2100 ranging from 5.0 degrees (1900 + 4.2) to 7.7 degrees (1900 + 6.9)
    July 2100 from 18.7 (1900 + 2.2) to 23.6(1900 + 7.1)

  10. John Collis says:

    This is becoming almost an hourly phenomenon https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-49205072

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