Kentucky August Temperatures Declining Since 1895

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5 Responses to Kentucky August Temperatures Declining Since 1895

  1. Latitude says:

    The LastFirst guys are all over the map again this morning…
    …looks like they ran head on into ice again and had to back up a lot

  2. MikeTheDenier says:

    There you go again with the cherry picking 🙂

  3. miked1947 says:

    Global Warming caused another person to get nominated for the Darwin Award
    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/08/04/snowboarder-buried-after-ice-cave-collapses-on-mt-hood/

  4. slimething says:

    The normal high for our area in the thumb of Michigan is 79. It is now 66 at 12:43 pm. Unless a heat wave suddenly passes through, it probably won’t break 70.

    All in all, 2013 has been one of the best summers we’ve had; both green and warm at the same time. In fact, the grass has so much moisture it’s clumping up in the tractor mower deck, a rare occurrence in July.

    Certainly they can’t be saying Michigan is having a drought!

  5. TomC says:

    “TomC says:
    July 22, 2013 at 8:05 pm

    The high arctic July blizzard will hardly be mentioned next week. The stenographers know of this impending storm; they’re already crafting their narratives in anticipatory zeal, waiting, hoping, for this storm to shatter the arctic ice cover. But since this anomalously cold summer snowstorm will fail to do so if it is mentioned at all it will be in the context of what last year’s storm did to the icepack and how scientists say more of the 2012-type storms are expected in the future and so on and so forth. Even through, from a meteorological standpoint, the formation of this year’s storm and last year’s storm will be borne of two completely differing synoptic setups – cyclogenesis doesn’t always occur the same way.

    Instead the media will likely focus in on that one area of France where 850mb temps are forecast to be 8°C above normal to espouse the global warming induced threat of European heat waves and compare it to the 2003 heat wave, even though there will be no comparison.”

    Once again, proven correct. All the media seem to be concerned with the last 3 days has been heat in Europe, comparisons to 2003 and not a peep of the arctic seaice because it’s pretty much exactly where it was two weeks ago.

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