By Paul Homewood
When asked in an interview with Yale 360, “have you seen sizeable increases in average temperatures that could be defined as climate change?”,
Katharine Hayhoe replied
“What we’ve actually seen, at least in West Texas, is an increase primarily in winter temperatures. Our very cold days are getting less frequent and our winter temperatures are increasing in nearly every station we look at across Texas ”.
Of course, we don’t have to take Katharine’s word for it, we can actually look at the facts.
Yes Katharine, winter temperatures are increasing at the startling rate of 0.0F per decade.
Only in climate science would such shoddiness and disregard for facts be acceptable.