Convincing Frozen People They Are Burning Up

Extreme heatwave propaganda from the UN and Reuters.

Tony Heller on Twitter

The frequency and intensity of heatwaves has plummeted in the US over the past century.

This year so far has been one of the five coolest on record in the US.

Last year was the coolest October/November on record in the US, and this year will also finish in the coolest ten years after all the data comes in.

Nearly 90% of the US has been below normal temperature since the start of October.

https://hprcc.unl.edu/products/maps/acis/WaterTDeptUS.png

There is lots of cold in the forecast for the rest of the year.

http://wxmaps.org/pix/temp1

Snow cover is far above normal around the Northern Hemisphere.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Autumn snow cover was sixth highest on record in the Northern Hemisphere, and third highest on record in North America.

NH Fall

NorAm Fall

Record snow in the southern hemisphere too, as Australia just had their coldest summer day on record.

Weather News – Coldest summer day on record

The UN picked a rough time to be pushing their latest batch of climate lies.

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23 Responses to Convincing Frozen People They Are Burning Up

  1. Disillusioned says:

    Disillusionment is a good thing.

  2. Noel Herron says:

    The MSM peddle such bullshit , my small farm is in Northern part of the British Isles and its bloody cold , I’m just in to warm up after repairing stable doors and a hay trolley . My horse’s have grow their winter coats and look like bears. They don’t grow heavy coats if it warm.

    • arn says:

      They must unleash this bullshit to counter reality.
      Simply ignore and keep on crying,
      especially when mini merkel Greta Thunberg is turned into the warming messiah.

      And the colder it gets the more they”ll scream and the more “experts” will come out of their holes to “prove” the hottest year ever.
      That way they made even the hiatus disappear
      and though this is just a few years ago most already forgot.

  3. arn says:

    “Today”s scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments
    and they wander off through equation after equation
    and eventually built a structure which has no relation to reality.”

    Nikola Tesla

    • D Boss says:

      You mean “matholes”?

      Math is a tool to represent reality. Problem is too many become the above descriptor, by believing math IS reality.

  4. Russell Williams says:

    Stop putting just maximum temperatures and cherry picking. Real climatologists use maximum and minimum temperatures to get a real result. Why don’t you show us that to really see how this year temperatures stack up to years since 1895.

    • tonyheller says:

      Milder winter nighttime temperatures are not “extreme heat” for most people. You might be different.

      • Archie says:

        I think RW makes a valid point. Warming is warming whether in the form of raising of the highs or raising of the lows. “Extreme Heat” is a certainly a misnomer. Even with lowering of highs, there could be a raising of the average if lows rise enough.

        • Gator says:

          Higher lows is generally a byproduct of UHI, and has nothing to do with global climate.

          • Archie says:

            I can see how that is possible so why wouldn’t UHI cause higher highs as well? My anecdotal evidence from my 30 year experience of where I live is that we have more mild temperature days in the Winter. There hasn’t been enough development to cause UHI here.

          • Gator says:

            UHI does also cause higher highs, of course. Heat islands are not restricted to urban areas. My nearest town has a population of 450 people and suffers from UHI. All you need is man made structures. A road, a parking lot, a rooftop, a brick building, etc. It is a common misconception that UHI is not found in rural areas, and alarmists bank on this.

    • dennisambler says:

      Real Climatologists at the UK Met office get desperate when their own averages show no increasing trend over the last 30 years, so they then go cherry picking and looking for the hottest days and try to say they are increasing.

    • Robert Austin says:

      “Real climatologists” use the methods that enhance the message, ie. we are going to hell in a climate handbasket. Does Russell maintain that maximum daily temperatures are irrelevant?

  5. Russell Williams says:

    Also that snow cover map of the northern hemisphere, only goes back to 1970. If you want to get a better idea of what is happening, you need to go back, and look further than that, but we can’t on that site.

  6. Terry Shipman says:

    I have been sitting in my recliner, with my dog in my lap, watching The Weather Channel this morning and I got the shock of my life. The Weather Channel just said, backed up by a graph, that snowfall in the Northeast, has been increasing over the last few years. This could have come straight from Tony’s blog. Usually the WC parrots the global warming line. They didn’t even try to moderate these facts by trying to claim warm causes cold & snow. Have I slipped into an alternate universe? Well, in the last few days they’ve admitted that snow cover in the US has increased from 41% to 45%. I guess they have to retain some credibility.

  7. Caleb Shaw says:

    My little town topped the list for snow amounts after the recent storm. Thirty-six inches! We are running out of places to put the snow, and the first day of winter is still more than two weeks ahead. I wish the lunatics were right. Warmer winters sounds like a nice thing, when it isn’t happening.

    If you don’t mind a garrulous old geezer, I describe the local deep snow here:

    https://sunriseswansong.wordpress.com/2019/12/04/local-view-were-1/

    • Joe in Wyo says:

      Wow. Great write-up and photos! I can relate as we have had 60 plus inches of snow since October. We love it but it makes life tough as we all need to continue to work and continue on with life as we know it….
      Good luck to you and your family as this winter advances….
      Cute kids too…..
      Thanks, joe.

  8. Mark Martens says:

    Are you sure Tony Heller, that your strategic posture is appropriate for this situation?

    After all, once one understands that climate alarmists are not engaging in honest discussion of differences at all, perhaps the best strategy might be NOT to treat them as if they ARE?

    Just saying.

  9. Winston says:

    Disinformation campaigns the size of AGW, due to the media’s obsession with the topic and one-sided reporting, eventually will lead to massive discontinuities from reality. It occurs to me that such discontinuities can be monetized. Here is an article which describes the weather futures trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

    https://reason.com/2019/03/05/the-market-says-climate-change-is-happen/

    Here’s how it works:
    “In 2001, the CME created a weather futures market enabling traders to hedge against losses stemming from fluctuations in the weather. As the researchers explain, the predominant contracts are based on heating and cooling degree days, which are indexed to 65 degrees Fahrenheit and encompass eight cities scattered across the United States. Cooling degree days (CDD) measure by how much and for how long temperatures exceed 65 degrees and thus require cooling. Conversely, heating degree days (HDD) measure by how much and for how long temperature fall below 65 degrees and thus require heating. The CDDs are traded for the months of May, June, July, August, and September, and the HDDs are traded for the months of November, December, January, February, and March. The payoff of these contracts is based on the cumulative difference between the daily temperature and 65 degrees Fahrenheit during a certain period of time, usually one month.”

    Per the article, the market futures are tracking with temperature increases predicted by climate models. This makes sense, because the humans trading in those futures are affected by the media’s AGW agenda, and so their “bets” as reflected in the futures market are likely to reflect a “warming bias.” Thus, the weather futures market should be biased to an extent that makes making money off of the discontinuity from reality almost a sure bet. Essentially, we have a way to bet against the AGW crowd’s predictions, assuming everything is above-board with the temperature data they are gathering from the 8 cities.

    On thing the article *doesn’t* tell us is whether the “strike temperature” for a given month’s futures turned out to generally be higher or lower than the actual measured temperatures. The article only seems to talk about the futures themselves, and how they are correlated with climate predictions (i.e., looking into the future), and not how the futures are correlated with their outcome (i.e., looking into the past).

    • Archie says:

      I only skimmed the link but if the market is lining up with Climate Models than it is already well off from reality since satellite and balloon measurements are 2 to 3 times lower than model predictions.

  10. Pete says:

    I really need the USHCN temperature data those heat graphs are based on so I can reference it properly.

  11. Oztruthseeker says:

    Of course higher minimum temps should be taken into account with lower maximums but -3 degrees in max and +2degrees in min still makes 1 degree cooling. Likewise higher maximums with lower minimums should also be taken into account but all too often the higher maximum will be used to support AGW while a lower minimum will be ignored.

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