Daily Archives: July 23, 2014

Summer Of 1936 Obliterated All Other Summers For Record Heat

The graph below shows the numbers of USHCN stations which set or tied their all-time record for record heat, per year. Note that NCDC’s fake record hot summer of 2012 didn’t even rank in the top 30. There is no time … Continue reading

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More Than 20% Of US All Time Temperature Records Were Set During The Summer Of 1936

The summer of 1936 was the hottest in US history, with more than 20% of USHCN stations setting their all-time record during that summer. If you click on the graphs below you can see the incredible temperatures recorded that summer. … Continue reading

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The Polar Vortex Excuse

Our friends are trying to blame the US cold on something called a “polar vortex” where the North Pole circulation moves down over the US. This is a great excuse which might be credible if it weren’t for the fact … Continue reading

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Chicago Is More Than 30 Degrees Colder Than 80 Years Ago

Forecast maximum for July 24 in Chicago is 73 degrees. Same date in 1934 was 105 degrees. http://news.google.com/newspapers

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During The Heatwave Of 1936, Two Thirds Of The US Was Over 100 Degrees

http://trove.nla.gov.au/ By contrast, NCEP is forecasting that 0% of the US will be over 100 degrees during that same week in 2014   10-Day Temperature Outlook for the Conterminous U.S.

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Midwest Is Twenty Degrees Colder Than July 1936

During July of 1936, almost the entire US was blistering hot, with parts of the midwest twelve degrees above normal http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/064/mwr-064-07-c1.pdf After 80 years of unprecedented global warming, the midwest is as much 8 degrees below normal. MonthTDeptUS.png (688×531)

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During This Week In 1936, Americans Were Dying From The Heat Every Minute

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