McKibben Whining About The Heat In Colorado

Today has been the hottest day of the year here in Fort Collins. The official high was 99.5

On June 23, 1954 the official high temperature was 102 degrees. It was 2.5 degrees hotter when CO2 was 320 PPM.

June, 1954 had eight days over 90 degrees. So far we have had six. Bill thinks that 350 PPM makes the world melt.

h/t to Marc Morano

BTW – I don’t have an air conditioner in the house. It is about 98 degrees at my computer and I love it. Most of the year it is too cold here, and when we actually get a real summer it is cause for celebration.

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12 Responses to McKibben Whining About The Heat In Colorado

  1. Me says:

    So why does weepy Billy still live there?

  2. scizzorbill says:

    It all depends on the humidity. 100 degrees F and lo humidity is comfortable especially with a breeze. 100 degrees with cloud cover, and no wind is miserable.

  3. Andy DC says:

    In the East and Midwest, it is going to be unseasonably cool by early next week.

  4. Marian says:

    If the heats too much for Bill McKibben.

    Tell him to go and live at the South Pole. 🙂

  5. Robertvdl says:

    Remember Great Britain’s drought

    June Could Be Wettest For 100 Years
    Forecasters say June could be the wettest on record, as revellers at the Isle of Wight Festival battle through thick mud.

    Flooded Homes And Firms In North West
    Torrential rain brings flooding to parts of northern England, closing roads and businesses and forcing people to leave their homes. Sky’s Mike McCarthy reports.

  6. leftinbrooklyn says:

    Everytime they scream ‘all-time hottest’ or ‘record-breaking heat’, it’s just another example of their use of dishonesty to fuel their agenda. Even half-way honest would be to add ‘all-time hottest– at least in the century or so of record keeping.’ Full-exposure honesty would of course be: ‘all-time hottest– at least in the century or so of record keeping, which works out to about .000000025 of our planet’s existence (excuse my math, but you get the point).
    As learned men, why not add if they think it may have been hotter once or twice on that date in the 4 billion years before record keeping. Maybe 1 or 2 thousand times? Maybe 1 or 2 hundred thousand times?

    Because we’re here to witness & record it this time, is not proof that we’re the cause of it this time.

  7. kirkmyers says:

    Warmists like McKibben have become increasingly desperate as their pet AGW theory collapses under the weight observational science. Like whiny school children, they now blame every natural weather event — droughts, floods, hot and cold temperatures, even blizzards — on the dreaded CO2 molecule — a plant nutrient necessary for all life on earth. Their doomsday fingerpointing borders on juvenile.

    Far more people die each year from cold weather, as we saw last winter in central and eastern Europe. If this planet descends into another long-term cool-down (and there is mounting evidence we are headed in that direction), people will remember with fondness the good old days of the warm Holocene period.

  8. Michael says:

    Can you send some of the heat up here? Calgary Alberta, due north of you. Average daytime high June 1 to 22 18.8C. 30 year average 71 – 00, 20.3C. Yesterday it was rain and 13C. I think global cooling has arrived. Crops are behind by a couple of weeks and I’m running my furnace.

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