Human-caused climate disruption could make Maine’s Acadia National Park as hot this century as Atlantic City, New Jersey, has been, according to a new report from RMCO and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). If future emissions of heat-trapping pollutants continue at a medium-high level, the average of the projections from 16 climate models is that Acadia would get 8.5°F hotter by 2070-2099 than it was in 1961-1990.
Let’s see how the 16 climate models are doing so far :
Maine has shown no temperature trend for the entire NCDC record, even including their recent upwards adjustments. Summer temperatures have declined significantly over the last 80 years.
Climate model witchcraft is not science.