The 1930s Was Hotter In Laurel, Maryland

Laurel is in between Baltimore and Washington, close to where I spent the winter in Columbia. During the 1930s, they averaged 7.8 days per year over 95 degrees. By contrast, since the year 2000 they have only averaged 5.7 days per year over 95 degrees.

U.S. Historical Climatology Network

All but three of their thirty hottest days occurred below 350 ppm CO2.

Jason Samenow at the Washington Post came up with all kinds of meaningless statistics to prove global warming in DC, but he hid the only ones which really matter.

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2 Responses to The 1930s Was Hotter In Laurel, Maryland

  1. Andy DC says:

    Laurel was a tiny rural town in the 1930’s and is now a densely populated suburban sprawl. In spite of that, there are fewer hot days. Sounds like a better case for global cooling than for global warming.

  2. tckev says:

    Another little list of events not staying to the AGW/warmists’ agenda –

    June-July skiing in western U.S. & Canada

    Many record lows for the United States

    Argentina – Serious frosts lead to declaration of agricultural emergency and disaster

    Wettest April-to-June ever recorded in UK

    “Incredibly rare” cold in New Zealand – Jun 26, 2012

    Californian mountain receives late June snowfall – up to a foot

    “Freak” summer snowfall in northern Finland – Jun 29, 2012

    South Pole Station Sets New Record Low: -100.8°F

    Freezing temps forecast for Oregon – In Summer!

    Record low temps in Eastern Idaho hammer potato crop

    Sweden – One of it’s coldest and wettest Junes since 1786

    Blizzard kills 200 cows on NZ West Coast

    Argentina – More snow in two weeks than an entire normal winter season

    Ireland – Wettest June on record

    Summer and Swiss Valley of Engadin blanketed in snow June 12 2012.

    Record Low (Breaks old record set in 1961) in North Florida June 18, 2012.

    Up to 14 inches of snow for Mt Rainier WA – Late June

    Sweden’s reindeer on the verge of extinction because it’s too cold

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