US October afternoon temperatures steadily increased until the record warm year of 1963, but have since been much lower.
During October, 1963 thirty-two states recorded temperatures over 90F
Twenty-three states have recorded October temperatures over 100F, and every state except Rhode Island has recorded October temperatures over 90F.
The decline on October temperatures has led to record high snow cover levels in North America.
NOAA has made the decline in October temperatures disappear by tampering with the data.