Temperatures Plummeting In Washington State

Temperatures have dropped in Washington State by more than three degrees over the past decade.

The number of record daily highs has been declining since the 1930s, and rarely happen any more.

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6 Responses to Temperatures Plummeting In Washington State

  1. Lance says:

    would be interested in seeing the ‘adjusted’ temperatures for the state, do you have that available?

  2. tckev says:

    Steven
    You may be interested in this little news item about the Bering Sea, as you have some real money riding on some August figures for this area.
    http://www.alaskadispatch.com/article/brutal-bering-sea-ice-blocking-arctic-supply-ships

  3. johnmcguire says:

    I would guess that those statistics are likely accurate as I live just south of Wash. state here in Oregon and have had cool summers for several years now. I don’t know what the true temps are for Oregon as a whole but I can tell you about where I live. From my observations I would say cool times are likely upon us here. Joe Bastardi has warned us we are likely to get a warm spell before fall but it looks like that will just be for the central US for now. I would like a long warm fall but I don’t know if we will get it. Life in Oregon is good and we are blessed here , for which I thank a loving God.

  4. I lived in Kansas for many years, and I really couldn’t tell the difference between a 105° July day and a 108° July day, especially when separated by a year or more. I guess West-Coasters are just more sensitive.

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