The Hayhoe Effect In Lubbock

Lubbock obliterated their cold record yesterday. It was the first November 12 which did not make it above freezing, and beat the old record by almost 10 degrees.

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8 Responses to The Hayhoe Effect In Lubbock

  1. philjourdan says:

    Another Mann upside down series – looks like it is the hottest on record!

  2. SMS says:

    Hayhoe is an acolyte of the CAGW meme. She has never produced true scientific research, only propaganda.

  3. lance says:

    Now if that was temperature was reversed….proof of GW!!
    However, the fact that that it was cold, is also proof.

  4. Pathway says:

    Don’t you mean the Ahoe effect?

  5. Jason Calley says:

    Yes, exactly. Extreme never-before-observed-low-temperatures is exactly what we should expect from extreme-never-before-observed-warming.

  6. Chip Bennett says:

    The Hayhoe Effect: is that sort of like the Gore Effect, only localized to Lubbock?

  7. Andy DC says:

    Of course, she will say it is an example of global weirding and jet stream disruption. They have answers for everything. The unfortunate thing is that some people actually lap it all up. After all, if a scientists says so, it has to be so.

  8. This information will convince a few “low information voters” the alarmists are hoaxers. The lack of 90 degree readings, the cool Midwestern summer and the early snow with record cold is pretty convincing.
    Is NOAA the source of this information? Local stations usually report what the instruments show before their bosses “adjust” the data. If this is from the Weather Bureau it will be hard to deny. I will bet they try.

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