Hot weather in the US used to occur much more frequently and cover a much larger area of the US than it does now. Summers in the US were much hotter prior to 1960
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We here in central Indiana didn’t have a single 100 deg. F day this summer and very few days it got up to the 90s. Really a nice mild, though wetter than normal spring and summer. Also had fewer than normal severe thunderstorms this year.
Here today it was already 62 deg. F at 09:00 and forecast to get up to 66 today. Not normal by any means but I’ll take it because I know ole man winter is coming to stay for awhile later this month. Despite the warmer than usual temps our skies suck and I’m just hoping that it dries out enough to break out the mowers for the last time to grind up the last of the leaves and then winterize the things for their long winters nap in the shed.
The Frequency And Extent Of US Heatwaves Has Plummeted
Hot weather in the US used to occur much more frequently and cover a
much larger area of the US than it does now. Summers in the US were
much hotter prior to 1960
I look forward to hearing about this on CBS News tonight.
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!
Yeah, but it was a “dry” heat back then. This is a wetter heat so it *feels* warming, and feelings are what matters right?
Oh goodness, here we go again! Another headline storm supposed to be the strongest evah to have hit the Aleutian Islands.
“Powerful Alaska Storm to Rival Strongest on Record”
It does look beautiful and impressive on radar and satellite. I am wandering if it will get to California.
You will like the image.
Bet those boys in the crab boats are already home.
Fishermen are hoping to beat the ice with an early start, especially with the memory of record-setting ice cover two seasons ago still fresh in their minds, Jacobsen said.
In early 2012, the harbor in St. Paul was closed for extended periods because of heavy ice. Fishermen eventually leased a tugboat to serve as an icebreaker to get crabbers to the Trident Seafoods plant.
Steven, it appears the US is in a heat wave right now: http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/psd/map/images/fnl/sfctmpmer_01a.fnl.anim.html
NOAA predicted it, but you denigrated NOAA for that prediction, and you predicted a cold wave instead. What went wrong?
Steven, anthropogenic global warming is a global thing. You can’t prove anything by cherry-picking 2% of the planet surface. 2015 heat waves:
The Middle Easte:
There’s more, but you get the picture.
No picture there except a few weather events, hyped by far-left MSM.
Joe Bastardi gives us a look at THE WEATHER to come for the US. He still says most of us are in for colder than normal temps come January through March though the NW will be warmer. They still have the higher than normal snow totals running from NYC in the east in an arc down to Central Texas for this winter. He also says that the warm weather we’re having now is what happens more often than not during an El Nino season.