The Post-1963 Plunge

October 18 temperatures were much warmer in the US prior to the mid-1960s.

The warmest October 18 occurred in 1953

18 Oct 1953, 1 – Evansville Press at

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The same pattern is true for the entire month of October.

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8 Responses to The Post-1963 Plunge

  1. rah says:

    Thank goodness it isn’t happening today. October will probably turn out to be the 8th or 9th warmest on record but it sure is looking like a big chill is coming. According to the models there is going to be a considerable area of stratospheric warming over the Arctic towards the end of this month and that will drive Arctic cold down into the midwest.

    Right now it looks like the states around the Great Lakes will be getting the worst of it and it will kick off what will probably be a much colder and stormier first half to winter than we have seen in some time.

    Look out Brits. The “renewable energy” chickens are about to come home to roost!

  2. Francis Barnett says:

    Yes rah – I’m looking forward to the UK getting a taste of some seriously cold weather this winter to prove to the morons in government that you cannot run the UK power grid on chicken shit and windmills.
    I’m a Brit living in north west France so we might get some of it too, but we live in an old
    well insulated stone house with two woodstoves and a big woodpile.
    The french power grid is about 80% nuclear, but out in the wilds where we are the power lines are all on poles, so when the winter storms occur the falling trees bring the power lines down. That’s when I start the generator!

    • rah says:

      People are going to die this winter from their greed and stupidity and I’m afraid that is the only thing that MAY result in some sanity being put back into the mix. But I’m not counting on it.

      • Francis Barnett says:

        You are probably right- the truth-twisters will just invent another special set of climate circumstances that is 100% caused by anything that can be taxed, or banned.

  3. Sean Wardman says:

    The world clearly got much cooler in the early 70’s when I was born.

    • arn says:

      That’s why they used the ice age scare in the 70ies.
      They abused the trend to sell fear.
      And as soon as the temperatures went back to normal and destroyed the narrative
      they they started to call this temperature increase global warming.

      It’s a little bit like jumping in Mostar from the bridge
      then climb up and claim that the bridge went up by 25meters.

      And it is for sure no coincidence that all relevant doomsday scenarios are made in USA(where the UN building is located).
      It seems that the only supercompetent scientists on earth are from the same country(though we have 200 countries to chose from)
      and their competence is based on totally wrong predictions and every time a prediction fails they gain more competence and authority to come up with wronger and bolder predictions – and the peasants are supppsed to follow.

  4. william says:

    faaaaak!! “At this point alarm bells should be going off even among the most brain-dead progressives because for all its touted benefits, the costs are starting to emerge and – at least when it comes to the next two or three generations – they will be absolutely crushing for the middle class, while allowing the top 1% to plunder and pillage virtually all the world’s assets. Think of it as the biggest mandated theft in world history, and suddenly one can understand why every private-jet setting billionaire is oh so very vocally in support of a “net zero” world” –

    • GreyGeek says:

      Interesting article on ZeroHedge. In about 20 years, when folks finally realize that global warming is not happening on the scale its proponents claim, and all the sacrifices they made in treasure and blood were for nothing, the anger will not be placated until those responsible are dead, from “journalists” to politicians and the 0.01%.

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