Philadelphia 2010 So Far – Not Quite As Hot As 1828

We all know by now that 2010 is the hottest year in history. Particularly on the US East Coast where Philadelphia has been almost as hot as it was 182 years ago.

The hot weather this year is because of reckless human induced global climate disruption. In 1828 it was of course just weather.

There is a big blast of cold headed for the East Coast next week.The hottest year ever is at risk of falling further behind the Little Ice Age year of 1828.

http://wxmaps.org/pix/temp1.html

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3 Responses to Philadelphia 2010 So Far – Not Quite As Hot As 1828

  1. marysduby says:

    Thanks for the good work!!—

  2. Pingback: US Temperatures On The Decline | Real Science

  3. drewski says:

    “We all know by now that 2010 is the hottest year in history. Particularly on the US East Coast….”
    Actually the United States was not one of the 18 Nations that set all time heat records in 2010, perhaps it would have been better to choose one of the cities in those countries for your comparison.

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