Most of the US rarely gets up to 100 degrees any more – particularly in September. But during September, 1953 a huge swath of the eastern and midwest US was over 100 degrees. The animation below compares September 1953 with NOAA’s completely fraudulent “hottest year ever”
Here is a newsreel from September, 1953
Stock Footage – Snow scenes are shown along with heat wave headlines, beach scenes, pool scenes, and kids playing with fire hydrants.
Approximately 92% (or 99%) of USHCN surface temperature data consists of estimated values
John Goetz / 2 days ago September 27, 2015
An analysis of the U.S. Historical Climatological Network (USHCN) shows that only about 8%-1% (depending on the stage of processing) of the data survives in the climate record as unaltered/estimated data.
Good to see Anthony coming around on this critical issue.
You will like this too. 🙂
Paul shows several rainfall graph to back you up.
The ozone hole is growing.
UV radiation has dropped considerably.
And a few months earlier
I was a third grader that fall, and I remember how damn hot it was just west of Milwaukee.
September 1953 certainly started out hot. The first week broke many records. The rest of the month was not unusual.