90-percent chance 2012 will be warmest ever for U.S.
And based on historical records, Crouch says it’s likely 2012 will end up as the warmest on record for the contiguous United States. “That’s based only on historical data and doesn’t take into account the forecast,” Crouch told LiveScience, referring to historical data for November and December temperatures. “If we look at the forecast that the Climate Prediction Center is [giving] it’s much more likely” that we’ll see a record-warm year.
The actual historical records show that 2012 has been cooler than both 1921 and 1934, but NOAA is jacking US temperatures up by a record amount this year in order to achieve their propaganda goals.