My Wimbledon Forecast

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In July, 1936 Fred Perry won the men’s final at Wimbledon. That was the last time a Brit won.

July, 1936 was also the hottest month in US history, with temperatures running twelve degrees above normal in the center of the country.

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This year, July temperatures in the center of the US are running about ten degrees below normal.

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Using my completely logical US temperature based tennis forecast system, Djokovic wins Wimbledon today.

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6 Responses to My Wimbledon Forecast

  1. omnologos says:

    CO2 is making balls turn the wrong way!!

  2. Traitor In Chief says:

    I don’t care about all that…. can’t we have some serious discussion about Tennis?

    Sheeesh, must I always keep you guys on track? 🙂

  3. squid2112 says:

    I have been told, and I have read over and over again, that water vapor is “the meanest of GHG’s “. Supposedly, according to the Green House doctrine, water vapor is even magnitudes more powerful of a GHG than CO2, and yet, as we have been raining here in Nashville steadily all spring and summer long, we are WELL below average temperature for this time of year. Not that I am complaining mind you, but one has to wonder, what about all of that water vapor? Shouldn’t we be seeing record high temperatures? I mean really. If water vapor is such an extremely powerful GHG, and the GHE is such a powerful mechanism which creates such a powerful heat as to warm the earth by some 33C, or some such thing, why is it so chilly here? We have plenty of that all powerful water vapor that should be heating us into oblivion. Oh wait, perhaps it is simply hiding somewhere.

    Cheers! .. and have a wonderful weekend …wherever you are!

  4. Billy Liar says:

    You must work for the UKMO – forecast 100% wrong! 🙂

  5. Laz M says:

    The results of your prediction are just more proof of the horrors of anthropomorphic climate change.

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