US Temperatures Declining For 80 Years – 19th Coolest January-October Since 1930

US January through October temperatures in the US were 19th coolest on record this year, with a general decline since the 1930s.

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Index of /pub/data/ghcn/daily/hcn/

Most of the US has experienced below normal temperatures this year.

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11 Responses to US Temperatures Declining For 80 Years – 19th Coolest January-October Since 1930

  1. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    Reality sets in, another person gets struck off Jimmy’s & Mikey’s Christmas card list.

  2. BobW in NC says:

    I remember reading that NOAA, purveyor of true facts, has stated that both surface and ocean temps have risen by ~1.0–1.5°F, so this can’t be true.

  3. Fred from Canuckistan says:
    • Olaf Koenders says:

      Hilarious! In any case, that puts to bed the CAGWist claim that the Mediaeval Warm Period only occurred in the Northern hemisphere – if they want to use that er.. chart. Which is a problem for them, because the IPCC seems to admit to the MWP.

  4. Andy DC says:

    Only in the preverse mind of an alarmist denier can anyone see catastrophic warming in that chart.

  5. Phil Jones says:

    Great work… We’ll never see this headline in the Newspapers … Certainly not on MSNBC… all these mind numbed drones are being fed a lie… Need to be exposed to this information.

  6. Gary H says:

    But . . . somehow, NASA is going to come up with numbers that rank this year as “amongst the warmest.”

  7. Rick Fischer says:

    Not to quibble, but the data shown are best fit by a quadratic, not linear, line. A U-shaped line with a decline to the 1970s and a recovery to today. No net change over 80 years.

    • Keep Investigating says:

      Or a V-shape which coincides with the “Global Cooling” theories of the 1970’s to the “Global Warming” of today, and Net Zero over all as noted.

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