Record NOAA Fraud In North Carolina : Sixth Coldest Autumn On Record

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Index of /pub/data/ghcn/daily/hcn/

GHCN HCN thermometers show that September-November in North Carolina was the sixth coldest on record, and that autumn temperatures in North Carolina have been declining since 1895.

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NOAA needs to generate numbers that show that 2012 is the hottest year on record, so they massively cheat in North Carolina -as they do in the rest of the US.

Autumn 2012 is upwards adjusted by an amazing 1.24 degrees. Apparently over the last six years, the quality of the thermometers in North Carolina has degraded so much that NOAA feels obliged to add an additional 0.7 degrees on to the temperature.

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NORTH CAROLINA Climate Summary    Index of /pub/data/ghcn/daily/hcn/

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4 Responses to Record NOAA Fraud In North Carolina : Sixth Coldest Autumn On Record

  1. Andy DC says:

    Warmest? Coldest? What does it matter if you can adjust the final figure to fit your agenda.

  2. gregbacon says:

    I’m glad NC got chlled off, because here in Missouri, it was WARM and we’re still waiting for signs of Winter.

  3. It has been rather cold here in NC. The summer wasn’t as hot as they were putting it out to be in the local news either. One meteorologist was spouting nonsense about this being the hottest summer ever and I remembered back in the 90′s when we had three weeks of 100 degree weather in July.
    I don’t think we hit 100 but maybe once or twice here during the whole summer.

  4. Bob says:

    Nothing could be finer than to freeze in Carolina in the mornin’….However, the local weather mongers keep telling us we are melting.

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