Frequency Of 100 Degree Days Has Plummeted In North Carolina

One hundred degree readings used to be fairly common in North Carolina, but they almost never happen any more. The frequency has dropped by 70% over the past 120 years. There have been no 100 degree readings in North Carolina for two years.

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5 Responses to Frequency Of 100 Degree Days Has Plummeted In North Carolina

  1. Eric Simpson says:

    NC temperatures are plummeting. So what! Is NC the globe?

    Well, we got all these local places that are showing signs of increasing cold. String these together and we begin to get at a greater truth. Like that the USA temps are also plummeting. It was much hotter in the 1930s and the Chicken Little Brigade has taken to wholesale data manipulations in order to turn that fact upside down.

    So what! Is the USA the globe?

    But the fear mongers have done their blatant data manipulations… everywhere. Throughout the globe. Further, as Steven has noted, the US temperature record is the most complete and reliable. The global temperature record is more easily subjected to gross manipulations, and so the US record, because of it’s greater reliability, could possibly be considered a better indication of the global record itself. And we all know that satellite measurements show that global temps have not been rising for nearly two decades now.

    One could take all the points made here, and say that obviously the hockey stick is bullsh!t, and a corollary: obviously there is something wrong with the warmist conjectures about CO2, as CO2 has been rising steadily, temperatures… not. This fact is also reflected in the total failure of all their climate models: http://www.drroyspencer.com/2013/06/still-epic-fail-73-climate-models-vs-measurements-running-5-year-means/

  2. Hugh K says:

    Great weather lately in NC. More like May than August. Come and enjoy it.
    Something to do if in the area if visit is around September 8th. Remember the physicist that made news recently by staunchly defending his position that he was not a “climate denier” on CNBC as one of the talking heads tried to imply? Here is a refresher – http://marshall.org/climate-change/science-behind-weather/ (See the end of segment)
    That would be Dr Will Happer, a well-known physics professor at Princeton. Dr Happer will be at the University of NC at Chapel Hill, NC on September 8th to give a talk at his Physics Department alma matter titled; ‘Why There Has Been No Global Warming for the Past Decade’. In an email, Dr Happer states; “I’ve officially heard that the Physics department has now been under some pressure to disinvite me.” Dr Happer has asked that supporters show up to;”….defend me from any global warming fanatics who have been rallied to cause trouble.” If you are in the area, please come and fight the good fight. Time/Venue to follow…

  3. Mark Luhman says:

    The 100+ day have dropped in Arizona also.Yet we have so called global warming.

  4. pesce9991 says:

    “…and so the US record, because of it’s greater reliability, could possibly be considered a better indication of the global record itself. And we all know that satellite measurements show that global temps have not been rising for nearly two decades now.”

    Where do you get this ridiculous notion? It defies logic and flies in the face of reason. The US is just 1.9% of the surface of the globe. In no way can it be used to be the equivalent of global temperatures! It doesn’t matter how accurate the measured temps are you still need temps from all parts of the globe. The oceans have been rising more rapidly than the land. The oceans cover about 70% of the globe. Yet, you would not take even that much of the globe and say it is a “better indication of the global record itself”.

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