Removing The 1940’s Blip

In 1946, there were cherry blossoms in Washington DC by March 15

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Ludington Daily News – Google News Archive Search

This year they are facing record March snow. Not surprising that the team wanted to remove the “1940’s blip.”

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3 Responses to Removing The 1940’s Blip

  1. Kepler says:

    Here in New Mexico there was a different kind of blip in the 1940s. The amount of water in Elephant Butte Lake suddenly increased to maximum capacity.

    The storage history of Elephant Butte shows that warmer global temps are correlated with wetter conditions in NM, while cooler global temps are correlated with dryer conditions. From that I’d say that there was an increase in warming going on in the 40s.

    Also the current permanent drought in NM pales in comparison the the previous permanent drought that lasted for 30 years from 1950-1980.

    http://waterdatafortexas.org/reservoirs/individual/elephant-butte

  2. Billy Liar says:

    It never dawned on the climate geniuses that the ‘blip’ was because it was actually warm. Occam’s razor and all that.

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