US Midwest Having Their Coldest Year On Record

US Midwest temperatures are the coldest on record this year so far, with the highest ratio of record lows to record highs. The hottest year in the Midwest was 1921, when CO2 was 310 PPM.

Gavin says that 2014 is the hottest year ever.

ScreenHunter_3851 Oct. 19 11.22 ScreenHunter_3850 Oct. 19 11.21


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6 Responses to US Midwest Having Their Coldest Year On Record

  1. rishrac says:

    Some people are delusional. Sure 18 F on May 11, 2014, that’s warm. The plants didn’t get planted until the second week in June and it was still cold. In an era where information is constantly updated and new information is readily available, CAGW keeps spouting numbers and weather events from 10 years ago, as if they just happened. They are going to have to adjust past temps even further to keep up with the drop in actual temps. If this continues, it’s going to look like we came out of an ice age in the 20th century. The hockey stick is becoming a distant memory.

  2. Andy DC says:

    The CAGW has now been reduced to nothing more than a political lobby, exchanging political support for various candidates in exchange for funding. It is as simple as that, science is totally incidental.

  3. BobW in NC says:

    Read in our local newspaper that NOAA says we will not have a polar vortex this year, therefore, expect a “normal” (?) winter. OK, I’m waiting.

  4. Captain Birdseye says:

    Hi what’s the source of these graphs?
    And what’s 0c on the y axis based on?

  5. geran says:

    Someone installed an air conditioner in the greenhouse….

  6. Captain Birdseye says:

    Hi noticed my comment didn’t make it past moderation, is it not real science to ask questions?
    What’s the 0c on y axis based on?
    Have you got a link for source of graphs or reference I can read more about them?

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