During the hot summer of 2011, Katherine predicted a huge increase in the number of 100 degree days in Lubbock, Texas.
In fact, the exact opposite is happening. The frequency of 100 degree days at Lubbock has dropped in half over the past ninety years. She cherry picked a single outlier year in 2011 to use as her reference point. Since then, the number of 100 degree days has plummeted, and this year was one of only four over the past 110 years, which didn’t have any 100 degree days.
Crosbyton is the closest USHCN station to Lubbock.
You can download the Crosbyton daily temperature data here.
If that doesn’t work, here is a copy I downloaded this morning.
This sort of anti-science malfeasance is standard operating procedure for Katherine Hayhoe. She ignores actual thermometer data, and makes claims based on meaningless output of broken climate models, with no qualifiers or explanation that the models are at odds with the measured data.