Midwest Winter Temperatures Were 15F Colder In 2014 Than In 1932

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Last winter in the Midwest was second coldest on record, just a hair behind 1979. Temperatures averaged a mind boggling 15F colder last winter than they did in 1932 – which was the only midwest winter that averaged above freezing.

Government climate scientists will of course lie about this and alter their own data for as a long as they can get away with it. Their jobs depend on a continuous flow of misinformation.

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22 Responses to Midwest Winter Temperatures Were 15F Colder In 2014 Than In 1932

  1. Gail Combs says:

    Steve is that the winter of November 2013 to March 2014?

  2. Gail Combs says:

    Nasty!
    Freezing rain on top of 20 cm (8 inches) of snow created treacherous road conditions in much of Quebec.More than 150,000 Hydro-Québec customers were without electricity around Montreal.
    http://www.cbc.ca/m/news/canada/topstories/quebec-s-icy-weather-continues-into-night-as-temperatures-plummet-1.2889257

    We had the ‘loopy jets’ suck tropical air from the south. Tonight was a muggy, rainy 68°F a wee bit of a change from the 23°F on New Years or the 16°F forecast for Wenesday.

  3. Media, the public and even some gullible policy makers can be fooled by crooked data manipulation. But Mother Nature has a mind of her own.

  4. Eliza says:

    Here in the SH we have a problem…

    Initially it looked like a trend but now I dont think so. It appears to seesaw more.

  5. markstoval says:

    I see you continue to use data from planet earth. Climatologists (especially government funded ones) use only “data” from planet model. They don’t care about your real earth; only the “earth” inside the model. Which model? Beats me.

    • Planet Earth vs. Planet Model. 🙂

    • The planet Earth provides too much data for the scientists. The data is complex and hard to understand, as if the planet’s climate was a non-linear, chaotic system.

      Computerized climate models are much neater and easy to control. The output data has fewer surprises and it’s easier to understand because it’s been foreseen by the programmers.

      Altogether it’s a much better way to conduct government science.

  6. Ernest Bush says:

    You have just summed up the problem with the entire CAGW scam in three sentences. I am truly impressed.

  7. emsnews says:

    The declaration that we are super warm aka Warmest Year EVAH! is infuriating. These clowns know perfectly well they are lying bastards but have taken a deep breath and yelled out, during this very cold cycle, that it is super warm.

    Astonishing and reminds me of the invisible clothes for the king stories. Yes, the climatologists are all stark naked and shivering cold but they continue to complain about roasting to death. Wish they would roast to death.

    Instead, we may see them freeze to death!

  8. Here in Phoenix, they are reporting that “2014 was warmest year ever for Phoenix.” http://www.azfamily.com/home/2014-was-warmest-year-ever-for-Phoenix-287458801.html Do you know if this is true? Or is this post-adjustment? Probably deserves its own post if untrue rather than just a reply in the comments.

    • emsnews says:

      According to the review, only August and September temperatures did not rise to above normal levels.

      The Weather Service says the average temperature for Phoenix last year was roughly 77 degrees, the warmest ever.

      “But the average maximum high was not as high as it was in 1989, which was 89.8 degrees,” CBS 5 meteorologist Steve Garry noted.

      Phoenix set or in some cases tied 13 record high temperatures through the year. The hottest it got last summer was 116 degrees July 24. No records lows were recorded.

      “Those are numbers for the official weather gauge at Sky Harbor International Airport which is in the center of Phoenix and typically the urban heat island effect impacts temperatures, causing them to rise,” Garry added.

      …ahem: my family lived in Arizona since 1880. Last year was NOT THE HOTTEST EVER. Period!

      It was slightly warmer than other years during the winter but the summer was not hot at all and trust me, hot is super hot!

      Furthermore, I remember Phoenix in 1955 and it was one tenth the size of today and the airport had Apache Airlines and AA lines only and was quite small and very rural, you walked on the tarmac to the plane to climb the ladder or stairs!

      And now it is a major LA-sized mess of a heat island. Hugely hotter than the surrounding land. I remember when Phoenix and Scottsdale were mostly agriculture, I used to swim in the irrigation floods when they fed the citrus and date trees. We used to knock out dates from the trees using cactus wands which are very dry and flexible and light. I was only 5 years old and did this.

      The farmers would shoot at us with birdshot if they saw us doing this….fun childhood. All gone today.

  9. buhhhday says:

    It’s also lying to use a graph of temperature data for the United States and confidently imply to your readers that the entire planet is therefore cooler because the US data says so. You’re quite the informed person, Steve, I would think you wouldn’t do that. To call the scientists liars and use a graph that is entirely not relevant to the point they’re trying to make is unfair.

    Honestly, if you have a problem with climate scientists you should use the data from the entire planet when saying they’re wrong about the data from the entire planet. Don’t say they’re wrong about the planet because the American data happens to not agree.

    It seems like your job depends on a continuous flow of misinformation. Because that’s all I’m seeing here. Or perhaps, the misuse of actual information might be more accurate. And besides that, you’ve posted the data from last winter just as reports begin to come out that 2014 was very hot for the planet. This is old data being misused to support a statement that cannot possibly have come from the data. Because the graph shown doesn’t prove anything at all. Someone reading this might think that this winter (right now) is cool. You only stated the actual dates used to make this graph after someone asked you about it. I realize the previous 16 or so comments don’t mention this, but I wish someone else had. It’s absurd to say “LAST winter was cold in the US, so the planet must be cold too.”

    And the sad thing is, I can only assume that you know that statement is absurd, and yet you confidently imply that it is true anyway. Very disingenuous. Most of your graphs involve little things like that. I pointed it out in another comment that “is awaiting moderation.” It’ll probably be waiting moderation forever, because it pointed out stupid little things about the graphs used that made them unfit for the assertions being made. Well, someone has to read this anyway.

  10. sfx2020 says:

    The 2014 winter (D-J-F 2013-2014) was the coldest ever on record for the great lakes region.

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