Monthly Archives: September 2019

The Heatwave Of September 1897 In Illinois

Carlinville, Illinois was over 90 degrees on twenty-two days during September, 1897.  The peak temperature that month was 101 degrees, and the average maximum was 92 degrees.

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Plummeting Temperatures At Owosso, Michigan

Prior to 1955, Owosso, Michigan averaged about seventeen days per year over 90F (32C.) Now they average less than five days over 90 degrees. Peak temperatures at Owosso are declining at a rate of about five degrees per century. Summer … Continue reading

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New Video : The Climate Prophets

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Misinformed Iowa Professors

University of Iowa professors Peter Thorne and Jerry Schnoor tell the world that Iowa will get a lot more 90 degree days in the future as a result of Iowa residents emitting CO2. (67) Rob Hogg on Twitter: “Univ. of … Continue reading

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Petaluma, California’s Worst Heatwave

Petaluma, California is one of the most reliable weather gauges in California. They had eight days over 100F from July 11 to October 1, 1913. On July 10 that year, California set the world record temperature of 134 degrees. mwr-050-01-0010.pdf

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Court Rejects Mann’s Request For Delay In The Ball Case

Michael Mann refused to submit disclosure evidence requested by Dr. Tim Ball, for many years.  He blamed the multi-year delay on his lawyers being busy. The judge called Mann’s behavior inexcusable, said the evidence submitted was irrelevant, and ordered Mann to … Continue reading

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Hiding Minnesota’s Hot Past

 The longest stretch of 100 degree weather at Pipestone, Minnesota occurred from June 28 to August 25, 1936, when they had 21 days over 100F (38C.) Pipestone has had 132 days over 100F since 1895. There have been none since … Continue reading

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Vermont’s Record Heatwave

Vermont’s longest stretch of 100 degree days occurred at Cavendish from July 3 to July 10, 1911, when they had four days over 100 degrees. To put this in perspective, Cavendish has only had seven days over 100F, and none … Continue reading

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California’s Worst Heatwave

From March 2 to November 7, 1934, Blythe, California had 216 days over 90F (32C) and afternoon temperatures averaged 100F. The coolest day was April 3, which only got up to 76 degrees. That year was the hottest year on … Continue reading

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“The Conversation” Bans Conversation

Just when you thought climate alarmists couldn’t possibly get more ridiculous. The Conversation’s ban on climate change ‘deniers’ fails basics of academic rigour The world ended two years ago – no questions allowed. Just 96 months to save world, says … Continue reading

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