My Forecast : Romm Will Not Be Talking Much About October Satellite Temperatures

Joe Romm reported this week :

ENDLESS SUMMER:  September was the hottest on record globally in the RSS satellite dataset.  In this country, the record-smashing temperatures in Southern California got most of the attention

The LA Times had a different opinion . On September 21, they said it was “the coldest summer in decades.

Satellite temperatures anomalies have plummeted in October.

My forecast – Mr. Romm will be explaining next month that cold is due to heat.

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7 Responses to My Forecast : Romm Will Not Be Talking Much About October Satellite Temperatures

  1. humanpersonjr says:

    Mr. Romm is a nasty little piece of work, a Puritan through and through.

    A Puritan, I’ve heard, is one who greatly fears that someone, somewhere, is having a good time.

    I have no time to bow at Joe’s altar of CAGW / MMCC / ACD or whatever the alphabet-soup inspired hobgoblin of the day might be. Grow up, Joe!!

  2. sunsettommy says:

    Mr. Romm is actually a member of my forum.But not a single post from his has showed up.

    He he…

  3. phlogiston says:

    Steve – can you give a link to the UAH daily satellite troposhere temps? I looked for it but couldn’t find it. Thanks!

  4. phlogiston says:


  5. Lazarus says:

    I’ll admit to being a bit slow but are you saying that September was not the hottest on record globally? Or that there were not temperature records broken in Southern California?

  6. Alcheson says:

    I have live in San Diego for 21 yrs now. This passed summer was certainly the coolest where I have lived since I’ve been here. A few days in October and a few days in November got unseasonably warm (records set for the date a couple of times) but June-Sept was very cool compared to any other yr since Ive been here.

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