Coolest Summer On Record Here In Maryland

Laurel, Maryland is just down the road. They have recorded three 90 degree days this year – the fewest on record. The average number per year is 29, with a peak of 68 in the year 1900.

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13 Responses to Coolest Summer On Record Here In Maryland

  1. 1957chev says:

    In my area, people are calling this, the summer that never was…LOL! Canadians are very disappointed that global warming was a hoax. Our palm trees never survived….

  2. annieoakley says:

    Here is a link, I hope, to a young man planning to live on an Iceberg for a year to document the loss of Arctic Sea Ice…or something.

  3. Scott Scarborough says:

    The chart looks like 2004, 2005 and back in 1945 had zero 90 degree days. That is fewer than three. Or is the data just missing for those years.

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  5. ossqss says:

    OT, but I found this from NASA yesterday quite interesting. Amazing

  6. gregole says:


    That’s not just the coolest summer, that is the coolest summer by a huge, gigantic margin. What happened to Man-Made Global Warming?

    I mean, all that Man-Made CO2, you know, choking the atmosphere, trapping the heat, I said HEAT. It has to trap the HEAT. Where is the trapped HEAT. The Hiroshimas of heat.

    What ever happened to Global Warming?

  7. Temps around here in the shadow of Stanford University have also been rather undistinguished. For the past two months, the highs have remained centered around the upper 70’s, while the nightly lows dip into the lower 60’s. Humidity has also been fairly stable, ranging between 60 and 80 percent.

  8. 1992 the summer of Pinatubo looks warm here. Why?

    • rah says:

      Because the oceans at the heat?
      At least that is the latest excuse. Kinda the same as an older excuse but with a change of oceans. They have gone through the Pacific and Atlantic now. Can I have an Indian?

  9. rah says:

    Check this out. The massive solar bird cooker isn’t getting enough sun and is requesting more natural gas.

  10. A C Osborn says:

    Steve, Ireland experienced it’s coldest ever August night and Glaciers are growing in Scotland.

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