Summer 2015 Was One Of The Least Hot On Record In The US

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For the third summer in a row, the frequency of 90 degree days in the US was well below normal. Over the last 80 years, the likelihood of hot days in the US has plummeted.

Government climate experts lie about this and tamper with the data, because it wrecks Barack Obama’s climate fraud legacy.

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18 Responses to Summer 2015 Was One Of The Least Hot On Record In The US

  1. Steve Case says:

    Yes, they lie about it, and they are getting away with it!

  2. kmbold says:

    I am sharing this website with a lot of people. But it doesn’t help when you post sexually suggestive pictures as you did a few days ago.

  3. catweazle666 says:

    But Steve, in places like Africa, Antarctica and Africa, where there are few or no thermometers, the temperature is on track to make this the hottest year since records began!

  4. emsnews says:

    All years from now on are Hottest Years Evah when warmists are talking.

  5. rah says:

    I would guess that second low peak reflects the Mt. Pinatubo cooling? I remember that as the summer that never was here in central Indiana. At the peak the sun was red even in the early afternoon on some days.

  6. Gail Combs says:

    This is the third year in a row that my white clover didn’t turn crispy critter in the summer.

    HMMmmm, they have yanked the page that showed clover was a cool season crop that dies back when the temp hits the 90s. The page isn’t even on the wayback machine.

    http://forages.oregonstate.edu/php/fact_sheet_print_legume.php?SpecID=29

    …White clover is in the legume family (Fabaceae) and is capable of fixing its own nitrogen, which enables it to thrive in unfertilized areas. Because of this, it can be used to indicate inadequate fertility. It has a shallow root system that does not do well in dry soils. It grows best when temperatures range from 50 to 85 °F….
    http://www.clemson.edu/extension/hgic/pests/weeds/hgic2324.html

    • rah says:

      The clover is done here. Dandelions went nuts this spring until I killed them by broadcasting a weed-n-feed type product.

      Usually I spray but the spring was so wet and windy it never gave me the opportunity. So my neighbor and I went in together and I bought pellets for broadcast. Found some stuff on sale that claimed to kill or prevent a broader spectrum of broad leaf weeds than the Scotts weed-n-feed product. Hooked my spreader to the tractor and put it down in my yard and my neighbors yards. Worked great on the dandelions all this year but certainly did not prevent all the weed types it claimed. Still have the 3 gallons of spray concentrate I didn’t get a chance to use so I’m ready for next spring.

  7. AndyG55 says:

    USCRN and ClimDiv say……. B***S***!!!!

    http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/temp-and-precip/national-temperature-index/time-series?datasets%5B%5D=uscrn&datasets%5B%5D=climdiv&parameter=anom-tavg&time_scale=p12&begyear=2005&endyear=2015&month=8

    Here is an ordered list of the MJJ (is that your summer?) average anomalies in USCRN

    2012 2.393333333
    2006 1.81
    2007 0.943333333
    2015 0.86

    And the JJA, in case.

    2012 1.973333333
    2011 1.726666667
    2006 1.486666667
    2010 1.14
    2007 1.126666667
    2015 1.01

  8. Andy DC says:

    I never had a 90 degree reading this summer from my max/min thermometer located on a north facing 10th story balcony in Greenbelt, MD.

  9. sam says:

    My question is, with all this corruption in the us dept. of nasa and noaa, where can researchers and other interested parties go to obtain accurate information about the state of climate and where the trends are headed?

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