Proof That US Heatwaves And Droughts Are Getting More Intense

Almost half of the lower 48 states set their all-time high temperature record during the 1930s.

h/t to Joe D’Aleo

During the 1930s and 1950s, more than half of the US was experiencing severe drought.

http://www.ogc.doc.gov/

Hansen is working hard to make the 1930sĀ disappear. They wreck his entire story.

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2 Responses to Proof That US Heatwaves And Droughts Are Getting More Intense

  1. Andy DC says:

    Latest alarmist drivel from Weather Channel. It is going to be a horrible mosquito season because of the warm early spring, which caused them to hatch early. Doesn’t Florida always have a warm spring? Somehow they are always able to manage. Also, warm March followed by freezes in April probably killed a lot of them off anyhow.

    It is like they stay up all night, trying to dream up ways to scare people.

  2. siliggy says:

    I posted the following on a couple of sites last year.
    “You seem to have had a heatwave which after 30 years of runaway “worse than first thought” catastrophic global warming broke NO high temperature records:
    U.S. state temperature extremes – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    “This page was last modified on 31 July 2011 at 03:25.”
    Oh well at least you scored three high temperature records in 1911.
    Plus a low temperature record in 2011.
    Looks like you had real bad global warming in 1936 with 13 high temp records set and it was more extreme with 2 cold records being set also.
    Seems like you only got two high temp records in the last ten years. ”
    Note also the wiki note on those two high temps:
    “*Also on earlier date or dates in that state”
    To turn this wiki page yellow with highlights in internet explorer, type 193 in the Ctrl + F “find” box.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._state_temperature_extremes

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