Hot Summers Are A Thing Of The Past In Michigan

Summers used to be much hotter in Michigan.

Maximum temperatures have dropped about 1C over the past 90 years.

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Heatwave duration has plummeted. In 1921, Owosso had 21 straight days over 90 degrees. The longest stretch the last two years was three days.

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The frequency of 90 degree days in Michigan has declined by 60% over the last 120 years, and is now close to zero.

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Heidi Cullen claims that midwest summers are getting much hotter, because she is a fraud paid to lie about global warming.

ScreenHunter_2911 Sep. 04 14.02U.S. Summers Bringing More and More Heat | Climate Central

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3 Responses to Hot Summers Are A Thing Of The Past In Michigan

  1. emsnews says:

    Note they have the map showing warming since 1970, back during our Little Ice Age decade.

  2. rah says:

    The people of Michigan know better and so does this Hoosier who goes up that way pretty frequently. 11:30 PM Thursday I departed Anderson, IN for the Meijer Distribution Center in Lansing, MI. From 04:00 till 07:00 Friday morning I sat in my truck as it was being unloaded. No need to run the engine as it was quite comfortable at 70 deg F with my windows open. A small thunderstorm had just passed south of town when I arrived. If that is warming, then I’m all for it! But it isn’t. The last few winters have been pretty tough up there.

  3. mtminer says:

    Notice that all their declared warming is around the Great Lakes. The same lakes that have been seeing record breaking ice the past couple of winters. llamame caca de toro!

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