Bloomberg : 100 Degree Weather In Phoenix Is Climate Change

Bloomberg thinks Phoenix is dying like New York.  It is actually the fastest growing city in the US.

Deaths from natural disasters are down 90% across the globe over the past century.

Natural Disasters – Our World in Data

Now let’s look at Bloomberg’s understanding of climate. The closest USHCN station to Phoenix is at Buckeye.

They average 105 days above 100F per year, and had 138 days above 100F in 1934 – the hottest year on record in the US.

Parker holds Arizona’s record with 142 days above 100F in 1958.

And in 1978, Parker had 102 consecutive days over 100 degrees. They averaged 108 degrees during that stretch.

Excellent timing by Bloomberg though.  This date in 1936 may have been the hottest day in US history. The average temperature across the US was 96 degrees.

Almost 40% of the US was 100 degrees that day, and a large section of the Midwest was above 110 degrees. Wisconsin set their all-time record of 114 degrees, and Michigan set their all-time record of 112 degrees.

The heat of July 14, 1936 likened to the 1918 flu pandemic, which killed fifty million people. Detroit had one death every ten minutes.

14 Jul 1936, 9 – The Leader-Post at Newspapers.com

Bloomberg got every single thing wrong, because he believes fake news from the Washington Post.

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24 Responses to Bloomberg : 100 Degree Weather In Phoenix Is Climate Change

  1. Greg W Smith says:

    And through all that the economy was never shut down! We are wimps!

  2. Dave N says:

    Typical moron alarmist: Bloomberg quotes a figure that “sounds” scary, but does not make any comparison, let alone a valid one.

  3. Jeff says:

    From 1900-1919 there was 1 year that had more than 100 100+ degree days.
    From 2000-2019 there was 1 year that had less than 100 100+ degree days.

    • spike55 says:

      Jeff grows cherries !!

      And then shows everyone what a meaningless, irrelevant post looks like.

    • David A says:

      Hi Jeff, show your work, including the stations.

    • Romeo R says:

      What city, what county, what area? Where is the weather station located and has the reporting and/or location changed?
      There are many reason for this and the biggest is due to the heat island effect. Everyone knows that the Phoenix metro area has expanded exponentially since 1900. Also, everyone who lives here knows that since the 1960’s or 1970’s, the nights have been getting warmer and warmer in the city and now its not uncommon to stay at or near 100 degrees for a 24 hour period. This has nothing to do with climate change but with UHI. Go to the suburbs or just outside the metro area and this goes away. Even with the UHI, we still aren’t breaking all time record highs and continue to be in the range of 108-118 which is common for anytime from May to September. We usually hit 100 in April but can happen in March and will usually end in October but may happen even in November.
      We live in a desert and its hot here. This is nothing new to those of us who call this home.

    • Gator says:

      Jeff cannot even spell UHI.

  4. G W Smith says:

    The left tells teaches it’s children the world is whatever they believe it is, damn reality.

  5. OldSkiBum says:

    Tony, I hope you pointed out he’s a moron! I have a place in Needles, CA and the temperature is over 100 degrees almost every day from mid June through mid September and I have been going there since 1971. The temps are slightly less during monsoon season, but not by much. It does “cool” down to the mid-90’s at night though. :-)

  6. Gamecock says:

    ‘Extreme heat is killing Americans in record numbers – & that’s expected to increase.’

    I call petitio principii. He made that up.

    It’s worse than we thought. Bloomberg, like so many other useful idiots, doesn’t even know what ‘climate’ means.

    Phoenix has a hot desert climate (Köppen: BWh). Has for as long as recorded history.

    ‘In Phoenix, where temperatures hit triple digits 103 times in 2019, you can feel the effects of climate change.’

    Wut? Wut climate change? It was BWh, and is still BWh. Nothing changed. It’s still a hot desert climate. Triple digit temperatures in a hot desert climate? It is EXPECTED!

    ‘This is a global crisis, not a local one.’

    Well the latter is true. It’s not a local crisis. And by what strange logic is a not a local crisis a global crisis?

  7. gregole says:

    Couple of Southern Arizona anecdotes.

    People moving out here. Was taking a driving vacation way down south along the Mexican border over a 4-day 4th of July holiday. On the way saw an amazing number of cars with California plates. I mean like one in three.

    Got back and found I had a hole developing in my flat roof over my patio. I worked all last week on fixing the roof. Yeah, it’s hot here. Not the first time I’ve done a home construction project in the summer. Hat, long sleeves, undershirt, broad-brimmed hat, lots of liquid. To handle the heat, you have to know yourself, take care, and be tough.

    The heat is bearable; Phoenix and all of the American Southwest – amazing places to live.

    • Mark Amey says:

      100 degrees Fahrenheit is about 38 Celsius. An average Australian summer’s day.

      Why the hysteria?

    • Romeo R says:

      So true. Living in Phoenix, I don’t consider it unbearable unless we get over 115 and even then we still go outside to work and play. Drink lots of fluids, wear lite clothing and know your body. Its never locals who get heat stroke but visitors who don’t know any better. I love AZ and am not planning to leave this beautiful state.

  8. Michael Spencer says:

    It’s amazing how those of the ‘woke’ brigade seem to love alarmism! And when you belong to that brigade you tend to be unaware of what happened last Monday. (Hmm…… what day is it today? Wednesday? Yes, that’s about right!)

    Perhaps Mr Bloomberg should consider the wisdom of that great American philosopher, Samuel Clemens?

  9. JCalvertN(UK) says:

    Here is the news . . .
    It is hot in Phoenix.
    It is cold in Fargo.
    It is dark in Barrow.
    It is dry in LA.
    It is raining on Maui.
    It is overcast in Lima . . .

  10. MGJ says:

    If you avoid details and don’t give a time-frame then anything can be a record. Much the same applies with ‘expected to increase…’. With over 7 billion people in the world pretty much anything will be expected by someone.

    I agree there is a global crisis but real or imaginary changes in climate is the vector, not the virus.

  11. Gamecock says:

    Anecdote the 2nd: A coworker went to Phoenix to visit his son, ~1985. On returning, he told me that it was 120 degrees. But the humidity was so low, it only felt like 106.

    (rimshot)

    I was in Las Vegas 10 years ago. I was 111 degrees. My son and I walked The Strip. It felt more comfortable than 90 here, because we have so much humidity.

  12. Martin says:

    The trouble is that the masses will simply hear it and believe it, without checking facts. And even if they hear the facts afterwards, as I’ve often sent to climate alarmists, they will have some reason to deny these facts or otherwise launch into ad hominem attacks about how I don’t care about the planet. As a close Jewish friend often says, “Oy vey! Vat a vorld!”

  13. Wake up kids
    40 years ago we were going to run out of oil 10 years ago
    We are going to run out of oil the Scientificly Absolute of 1 term President Carter
    Oil controlled by Republicans can only be energy harvested with a CO2 yield
    More oil eveywhere in world is now known
    Not going to run out with 20 billion fellow lucky to be on Earth humans for a few thousand years
    Scrub Baby Scrub all Carboniferous combustables are unique & we can tweak the scrubbers to get the ugly stuff out
    War on CO2 has hurt the disadvataged the most by not funding or enforcing sucess scrubbing instead burning sloppy & our garbage fuming into neighborhoods byPolitburo Edict
    Gloomy Bloomy & many other dumb Ehrlicites believe in th BitCon World borderless centrally controlled single currency without competition.
    NIGHTMARE all or darn near, countries can be energy independent thanks to modern science & engineering
    Republicans are scrubbers
    Demos are afraid to be anything but Commies
    SCRUB BABY SCRUB
    Did I spell Ehrlic right?
    Back when we huffed & puffed about dirty air & water & got stuff done we were Airlickers (Loving Life & Nature & trying to make it even better)
    Ehrichers were those that chose to believe population would end all life & anyone alive should feel guilty
    Time to stick up for the disadvantaged who survived the Abortion Cabal
    What is the difference between an Ehrlicker & a terrorist?
    They are both paid by governments
    Both hate us & US
    LOVE BABIES LOVE
    PARENTS DAY is 7/26 let’s encourage our Parents & our Children to have them nderstand we live in the best country in the best time in all of history
    THANKS TO OUR PARENTS WE WOULD NOT BE HERE WITHOUT THEM

  14. Wake up kids
    40 years ago we were going to run out of oil 10 years ago
    We are going to run out of oil the Scientificly Absolute of 1 term President Carter
    Oil controlled by Republicans can only be energy harvested with a CO2 yield
    More oil everywhere in world is now known
    Not going to run out with 20 billion fellow lucky to be on Earth humans for a few thousand years
    Scrub Baby Scrub all Carboniferous combustables are unique & we can tweak the scrubbers to get the ugly stuff out
    War on CO2 has hurt the disadvataged the most by not funding or enforcing sucess scrubbing instead burning sloppy & our garbage fuming into neighborhoods byPolitburo Edict
    Gloomy Bloomy & many other dumb Ehrlicites believe in th BitCon World borderless centrally controlled single currency without competition.
    NIGHTMARE all or darn near, countries can be energy independent thanks to modern science & engineering
    Republicans are scrubbers
    Demos are afraid to be anything but Commies
    SCRUB BABY SCRUB
    Did I spell Ehrlic right?
    Back when we huffed & puffed about dirty air & water & got stuff done we were Airlickers (Loving Life & Nature & trying to make it even better)
    Ehrichers were those that chose to believe population would end all life & anyone alive should feel guilty
    Time to stick up for the disadvantaged who survived the Abortion Cabal
    What is the difference between an Ehrlicker & a terrorist?
    They are both paid by governments
    Both hate us & US
    LOVE BABIES LOVE
    PARENTS DAY is 7/26 let’s encourage our Parents & our Children to have them understand we live in the best country in the best time in all of history
    THANKS TO OUR PARENTS WE WOULD NOT BE HERE WITHOUT THEM

  15. TomRude says:

    And now the world weather attribution, without showing the synoptic weather conditions that led to the record…. Pure model crap for Siberia https://www.worldweatherattribution.org/siberian-heatwave-of-2020-almost-impossible-without-climate-change/

    • Gamecock says:

      Junk science. It’s worse than we thought.

      ‘collaborated to examine whether and to what extent human-induced climate change had a part to play in making this heatwave hotter and more likely’

      In what units is this ‘human-induced climate change’ measured?

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