Plummeting May 12 Temperatures In The US

May 12 temperatures have plummeted in the US over the past 30 years, with 2020 and 2021 among the coldest on record – down fifteen degrees since 1936.

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6 Responses to Plummeting May 12 Temperatures In The US

  1. I moved to Florida to experience global warming — and today I’m wearing a sweater. Looks like CO2 is under-performing again.

  2. Eli the Pit Bull says:

    Members of the Biden administration have gone full retard on imaginary climate change.
    They want us dead

  3. Robert L Gipson says:

    Here in Northern California I’ve had to split wood and fire up my wood burning stove fore several evenings straight over the past week. I certainly didn’t have to do that in May of last year.

  4. Eli the Pit Bull says:

    We set a record high in my area of Tennessee yesterday, 96, beating the old record of 93. The lunatics in the asylum are saying “see, climate change” while totally ignoring the well below normal temps from a week ago.
    They live in the present, and completely ignore the past (even though we are talking days)

  5. John H says:

    People here in central NC were drop-jawed over forecasts of 90+ temps in May, which never materialized. They forget all the sub-60-degree days we’ve had this month, with night temps dropping to 40 or lower.

    As for fearmongering over CO2 — our trees, grass and food crops have always kinda sorta seemed to like it. But the “environmentalists” don’t ever want to hear that said out loud.

  6. Disillusioned says:

    Climate Change cultists read these one or two-day temperature snippets and blow them off as cherry picking, although Tony has been showing us hotter temperatures of the past and empirical data that the world is not rapidly heating (or heating at all) day in, day out for years. If I didn’t know better, I would say it appears there is almost a reverse correlation between rising CO2 and temperatures. But what is closer to the truth is that there is none – CO2 has no control over the thermostat, let alone anything to be concerned about.

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