May Was Cold In The US

Our friends have been blaming the severe weather in May on warm air from global warming. This is a brilliant theory, except that it was the 25th coldest May on record in the US.

Unfortunately, many climate experts lack access to the Internet and can’t look these things up themselves. The UN has a fund to provide computers for underprivileged climate experts.


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16 Responses to May Was Cold In The US

  1. Andy WeissDC says:

    Every 5 year old knows that a warming planet causes jet stream disruption, which results in warmcold.

  2. Justa Joe says:

    The Klimate Kranks are going to have a hard time backing up their so called “record hottest year EEVAHH!” with a pretty cool 2011 shaping up, but I’m sure after they “adjust” the data we’ll find ot whaddayaknow, we got us another HOT one.

  3. NikFromNYC says:

    OMG this is precious.

    Somebody post this to AGW enthusiast sites. In can’t do it quickly on this battery-restrained iPhone.

    I want to see them gnash their teeth about how the USA isn’t a part of “global” warming, you evil AstroTurf oil barrens!

    Why not venture into enemy territory with each new weapon? DeSmogBlog, Greenfyre, ClimateProgress, Stoat, and a myriad of news sites don’t moderate, after all. Why R U dudes so lazy?

    I love that rationalization about local records being merely “local” had now been personified by Mann’s N. Carolina sea level hockey stick.

    • Good luck posting on Romm’s site. He has a 100% censorship policy for contrary arguments.

      • NikFromNYC says:

        At least on the new site, my comments, links included go through every time now, though nobody responds of their perhaps average dozen commenters, and the comments are mostly softy bleeding heart fawning, so it’s not currently a very alive place. They don’t feature live links either which is a buzzkill as well. I think he’s been reigned in somehow since it’s more of a boilerplate mini-essay site now rather than a bunch of rants. I was only vaguely familiar with the old site though.

  4. DERise says:

    I don’t believe it. When GISS gets done with May it will confess to… I mean when GISS does a proper analysis of the data, they will find it is the hotest May on record (or at least the hottest this decade)

    • Jimbo says:

      The observations must be wrong. They will soon make ‘necessary’ adjustment due to this or that or the other.

  5. This June has been pretty normal in Philly: muggy and disgusting. Of course I’m sitting here with no air-conditioning and a fresh cup of hot coffee, so I guess Gobble Worming is true.

  6. DGerrow says:

    Amazing how when you switch that same report to “Regional Temperature Ranks” you get a different story.

    But that’s a lot of clicks for you guys, I can’t blame you for not trying. Guess it’s too cold where you are, too.

    • Good point. It must have been the above normal temperatures in Maine that caused the record snowfall out west.

    • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:


      The earth has been cooling since 1998. But that’s a lot for brainwashed global warmers to believe. But I must not be as merciful as you because I do blame them for not trying. They will easily believe in a mythical “consensus” though.

  7. Lance says:

    I’m sure we can add some Pink to that blue somewhere….

  8. Paul H says:

    YTD is 54th warmest out of 117 as well.

  9. Paul H says:

    Meanwhile at the Weather is not Climate Dept.

    It has been brass monkeys in England today. I even had to put the heating on.

  10. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Ya, but, America covers only a small percentage of the…… blah, blah, blah

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