20th Coldest January-April On Record In The US

January-April 2013 has been the twentieth coldest on record in the US, and the coldest since 1993.  2008 was the 27th coldest, and 2011 was the 28th coldest.  2012 was the warmest.

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The vast majority of the US have seen below normal temperatures in 2013.

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Alarmists love to cherry-pick 2012, but it was an outlier in a strong fifteen year cooling trend.

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9 Responses to 20th Coldest January-April On Record In The US

  1. Andy DC says:

    Where’s the warming? Where’s the beef? Certainly none since 1940.

  2. rw says:

    And it’s still quite cool on the other side of the Atlantic. Where I am it looks like the third year in a row where cool weather persists during most of the year. Perceptibly different than 5-10 years ago (whatever the adjusted temperature records show).

  3. MikeTheDenier says:

    Oh goody! I hope temps go up 100 degrees!! Competition will drive prices down.

    Global warming will force more women into prostitution

    http://hotair.com/greenroom/archives/2013/04/29/bad-news-global-warming-will-force-more-women-into-prostitution/

    • gator69 says:

      Doesn’t biofuel production cause the enormous stress on grain availability? And surely higher fuel costs does not equal cheaper food. Then there are the wind farms that are taking up arable land.

      Three strikes for the dumbocrats.

  4. ACR says:

    I live in one of the yellow areas on your national map. According to forecasts, if you present another YTD map next week, I’ll be in the light green.

  5. Traitor In Chief says:

    Ah, the horrors of global warming…

  6. ACR says:

    Wow! It looks like they had to add a new color to the map — that very light shade of purple in the vicinity of Vernal, Utah.

  7. Andy Oz says:

    Growing more trees does result in a negative feedback according to Pauli Paasonen of Helsinki.
    Because the aerosols they produce result in more cloud formation which reflect more radiation back into space, which cools the areas where clouds and trees are. That explains why it has been a cold start to 2013 in the northern hemisphere. You should cut down those pesky trees. You can’t grow trees on ocean which is why the southern hemisphere is so much milder than the north.
    🙂

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/04/30/forest_aerosols_negative_climate_feedback/

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