Joplin Missouri Records Their Coldest July Temperature Ever

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Public Information – NOAA’s National Weather Serviceh/t to Andy DC

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12 Responses to Joplin Missouri Records Their Coldest July Temperature Ever

  1. _Jim says:

    Invalid reading; Thomas Karl has not had a chance to ‘grub’ it up yet …

  2. Kent Clizbe says:

    But what were the adjacent grids reading?

    Are you denying that adjacent grids should be smeared over this fallible thermometer “data?”

    What about the clear bias in the time of the reading? It’s right in front of your face–“…at Joplin MO this MORNING.” What more evidence to you need that this “data” must be adjusted?!

    And you probably also deny that in-filling is necessary, right?

    Hater! Bigot! Soccer lover!

    We believers will wait for the BEST team to tell us what their algorithm tells them the actual reading was. Because there’s no need for “data,” only algorithms.

    You and your silly insistence on “data!”

    A pox and you and your kind!

    /sarc off

  3. emsnews says:

    Yes, this last three years reminds me more and more of the seventies.

  4. squid2112 says:

    We have tied our record low temp of 56F twice this month, last night being the second time.

  5. More extreme weather caused by global warming, global climate change, global climate volatility, etc.

  6. Lokis says:

    exactly as predicted by Mons. Gore et al – these cooling anomalies remain manifestations of the AGW theory – leading to rebound affects – so only a harbinger of heat and destruction – sorry folks only a reprieve from the evitable – you unbelievers should be gaoled for your own good – re-educated so you will not harm yourselves or others and teach you the value of consensus science and control of ad hoc intellectual discourse.

  7. tom0mason says:

    Evidence of a warming world –
    July 15
    The thermometer dropped to 54 degrees F at Kansas City International Airport, a new low for July 15, according to the National Weather Service.
    That beat the old record of 56 degrees set in 1990.

    July 14
    5 records broken in Saskatchewan, Canada.
    Here are the communities that saw record low temperatures yesterday (14 July 2014).
    Notice that all of the previous record lows have been set within the last 20 years.
    Assiniboia 6.9C (44.4F) – Breaks previous low of 7.0C (44.6F) set in 2013.
    Elbow 6.7 (44.1F) – Breaks previous low of 7.2 (45.0F) set in 1973).
    La Ronge 4.9 (40.8F) – Breaks previous low of 5.6 (42.1F) set in 2003.
    Weyburn 6.1 (43.0F) – Breaks previous low of 9.0 (48.2F) set in 2013.
    Wynyard 7.3 (45.1F) – Breaks previous low of 8.4 (47.1F) set in 1994.

    July 13
    Record cold in Winnipeg – Coldest July 13th since 1884
    With a high of 15.7 degrees Celsius was the coldest July 13th in Winnipeg since 1884, according to David Phillips, senior Climatologist for Environment Canada.

    There are plenty more record breakers from around the globe at http://iceagenow.info/July 15
    The thermometer dropped to 54 degrees F at Kansas City International Airport, a new low for July 15, according to the National Weather Service.
    That beat the old record of 56 degrees set in 1990.

    July 14
    5 records broken in Saskatchewan, Canada.
    Here are the communities that saw record low temperatures yesterday (14 July 2014).
    Notice that all of the previous record lows have been set within the last 20 years.
    Assiniboia 6.9C (44.4F) – Breaks previous low of 7.0C (44.6F) set in 2013.
    Elbow 6.7 (44.1F) – Breaks previous low of 7.2 (45.0F) set in 1973).
    La Ronge 4.9 (40.8F) – Breaks previous low of 5.6 (42.1F) set in 2003.
    Weyburn 6.1 (43.0F) – Breaks previous low of 9.0 (48.2F) set in 2013.
    Wynyard 7.3 (45.1F) – Breaks previous low of 8.4 (47.1F) set in 1994.

    July 13
    Record cold in Winnipeg – Coldest July 13th since 1884
    With a high of just 15.7 degrees Celsius, the coldest July 13th in Winnipeg since 1884, according to David Phillips, senior Climatologist for Environment Canada.

    There are plenty more record breakers from around the globe at http://iceagenow.info/

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