US Temperatures Plummeting Over The Last 15 Years

Over the last 15 years, US temperatures have plummeted at a rate of almost eight degrees per century.

The only year that alarmists can see is 2012.

ScreenHunter_513 Dec. 21 09.12

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

2013 will finish colder than its current value, after the big blast of Arctic air coming in this week.

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9 Responses to US Temperatures Plummeting Over The Last 15 Years

  1. Joseph says:

    Alarmists’ response:

    This is only true for U.S. temperature. In other parts of the world the trend shows skyrocketing temperatures over the last 15 years (provides no evidence).

  2. Dan Gainor says:

    Steve

    Can you contact me so we can discuss this? I have a few quick questions.

    Dan Gainor

    Dan Gainor VP Business and Culture Media Research Center 1900 Campus Commons Dr. 6th Floor Reston, VA 20191 571-267-3475 Twitter: dangainor Facebook: dangainor http://www.mrc.org/bmi http://www.mrc.org/cmi

    On Sat, Dec 21, 2013 at 11:29 AM, Real Science

  3. Phil Jones says:

    Wow… Did you really compile all this NOAA Data into a chart??

    Is this unaltered temp readings from UHCN Stations?… They why do NOAA Charts read so different?

  4. A C Osborn says:

    They also concentrate on November 2013 which is the hottest ever.

  5. db-uk says:

    You should now better than to use the trend line through the circle. The fact is that the annual global temperature does NOT exists, it is the number that has no physical meaning and the whole global warming hysteria is total rubbish. Please have a look at the http://www.l4patterns.com and read there the first paper published that actually deals with the calibrated thermometer data which clearly shows that since 1844 there was no either cooling or warming. Dr Darko Butina

    • Frank McManus says:

      db-uk, thanks for puttng that website up. I have just spent an hour or so browsing through the content. In my view, this is an outstanding contribution.

  6. Russ Steele says:

    Reblogged this on The Next Grand Minimum and commented:
    Is this another indicator for the next grand minimum?

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