Congressional climate expert Bernie Sanders says July was “the hottest month EVER in the history of the planet”
Satellite temperatures indicate that July was 0.2C above average, and cooler than 2020, 2019, 2016, 2010 and much cooler than 1998.
This is what the current 0.2C anomaly looks like. It is indistinguishable from a 0.0C anomaly.
North Pole temperatures were below normal every day in July
Antarctic sea ice extent is well above average.
Arctic sea ice extent is highest in several years and melting slowly.
Greenland’s surface mass balance is well above average.
The coffee crop in Brazil was destroyed by frost during July
South Africa has been having record cold and snow
I circled Bernie’s “hottest month ever” on this graph.
Fifty-three million years ago, palm trees grew in Antarctica.
The current temperature at the South Pole is -60F
There were crocodiles and palm trees in the Arctic.
When Stonehenge was built, the Arctic Ocean was ice-free, there were trees growing all the way to the Arctic Ocean and July temperatures in the Arctic were 2.5-7C warmer.
The vast majority of NOAA’s long-term daily temperature data is from the US and July was a cool month in most of the US.
NOAA has grossly inadequate long-term temperature data outside the US, and they massively tamper with US temperature data to cool the past.
The three hottest Julys in the US were 1936, 1901 and 1934. This si what the New York Times said about the heatwave of 1901
Later in July 1901, the heatwave expanded to Europe
And continued into August.
The heatwave of July 1911 killed tens of thousands of people.
And Europe had a seventy day long heatwave which killed tens of thousands of people.
London was 100 degrees on August 9, 1911.
More than a thousand people died in Germany.
The 1936 heatwave killed 12,000 people in one week.
“Saginaw Michigan had an entire week where they averaged 106 during July 1936. Highest temperature was 111. They have seldom gotten up to 95 over the last 25 years. Chicago Midway Airport had nine straight 100+ days, with a high of 109 degrees during same heatwave.”– Washington Weather Expert Andy Weiss
The Mississippi River almost dried up
Same nonsense as 150 years ago.
“every season is sure to be “extraordinary,” almost every month one of the driest or wettest, or windiest, coldest or hottest, ever known. Much observation, which ought to correct a tendency to exaggerate, seems in some minds to have rather a tendency to increase it.”