Christmas Eve Used To Be Much Warmer In The US

On Christmas Eve, 1955 Kansas reached 90ºF.

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83% of US Christmas Eve warmth records were set prior to 1965

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4 Responses to Christmas Eve Used To Be Much Warmer In The US

  1. Andy DC says:

    The DC area had a very odd white Christmas during 1965. High temperature of 70, followed by a thunderstorm and enough hail to cover the ground in places. I was out of the golf course when that took place.

    • gator69 says:

      DC is having an odd Christmas this year. I just drove by the National Christmas Tree a couple of hours ago, and the lights were off! I guess we are saving money to fund Skeeter’s Hawaiian winter solstice holiday.

  2. Interestingly, a whole bunch of new high temp records were set the past few days, replacing records in quite a few cases which occurred in the 1960’s and 1970’s, during the period when the “consensus” was that the Earth might be heading towards a new ice age. It was certainly a period of cooling temps.

    I do enjoy how so many in the media are touting the high temp records, while they avoided mention of all the new low temp records from a month ago.

  3. james says:

    Who is Bette Midler blaming for that?

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