Hottest Year Ever

NOAA says that 2015 was the hottest year ever and second hottest in the US. Their data shows otherwise. The summer of 1936 was 10-20 degrees hotter across much of the US

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Across the entire country, 2015 was one of the least hot years on record.

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25 Responses to Hottest Year Ever

  1. Henry P says:

    heeeyyy!
    now you are talking
    but you are introducing a new factor:
    maxima

    as opposed to means and minima

    why?

    • darrylb says:

      I also have the ability to go to all stations in the U.S including Hawaii and Alaska to view all meteorological data.
      In MN for instance the mean raw temp for the summer months for at least five years in the 30’s was close to 90 deg F. The highs were above 100 on most days and many were over 105.
      In recent years the highs were marginally and rarely over 90. Since H2O vapor is by far the greatest in effect greenhouse gas, one should look at the humidity also, which was much like today. There were simply no cold fronts of any significance to produce
      precipitation.
      Of course Karlism continually erodes the harshness of the years which were effectively characterized as the grapes of wrath.

  2. markstoval says:

    Oh for God’s sake, we don’t use real numbers in climate “science”. It is all mythology and so we use a “narrative”. Stop with the f’ing facts.

    (is a /sarc tag needed here?)

  3. Hot Air For Sale….
    DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE….
    Here’s to Discounter In Chief!

  4. ren says:

    By 2020, Jupiter and Saturn are close to each other, so the Sun will remain quite active. Since the solar minimum in 2020, Jupiter and Saturn will recede and activity will decline. Therefore, the next solar cycle 25 may be weaker than 24.

  5. gator69 says:

    Oh come on! As markstoval said, it isn’t about actual numbers. It is like wind chill or heat index, what is important is how it feels. Nobody remembers what the heat of the 1930’s felt like, but they know what it feels like today, and it was hot, sort of. Reason and metrics be damned! How do you feel?

  6. Henry P says:

    ren says
    https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2016/03/13/hottest-year-ever-2/#comment-575067
    henry says
    /hint/
    to show direction/

    I remember that as a child I was fascinated by the planets and stars, but after hearing the lessons, they always seem so distant and cold to me. I never thought that they could hold a key to our life here on earth. Note that an a-c curve consists of 4 quadrants, for each full wave. In my best fit, I saw that each quadrant has a time span of about 22 years, on average. In the paper that I quoted earlier from William Arnold, he suggests that it is mainly the position of the two planets Saturn and Uranus that can be directly linked to the 22 year Hale solar cycle. I looked at this again. At first the dates did not make sense.
    Observe from my a-c curves:
    1) change of sign: (from warming to cooling and vice versa) : 1904, 1950, 1995, 2039
    2) maximum speed of cooling or warming = turning points: 1927, 1972, 2016
    Then I put the dates of the various positions of Uranus and Saturn next to it:
    1) we had/have Saturn synodical with Uranus (i.e. in line with each other): 1897, 1942, 1988, 2032
    2) we had complete 180 degrees opposition between Saturn and Uranus: 1919, 1965, 2009,
    In all 7 of my own results & projections, there is an exact 7 or 8 years delay, before “the push/pull ” occurs, that appears to switch the dynamo inside the sun, changing the sign or direction of warming….!!!! Conceivably the gravitational pull of these two planets has some special lob sided character, causing the actual switch. Perhaps Uranus’ apparent side ward motion (inclination of equator by 98 degrees) works like a push-pull trigger. Either way, there is a clear correlation. Other synodical cycles of planets appear to have some interference as well either shortening or extending the normal cycle times a little bit. So it appears William Arnold’s report was right after all….(“On the Special Theory of Order”, 1985).

    • omanuel says:

      Thank you, Henry P, for the reminder that the Sun and the planets orbit the center-of-mass of the solar system and the “wobble” of that system produces the solar cycles that correlate with changes Earth’s climate.

      Was your interest in solar cycles and climate changes induced by your humanitarian interest in Heart for Children:
      _ a.) A section 21 organization (not for gain), reg. no. 2008 /015012/08
      _ b.) Registered public benefit organization, No. 930 030 392, for the purposes of section 18a of the Tax Act (donations are tax deductible)

      • darrylb says:

        Oliver, just want you to know that I have read and have been reading your work—-
        —-since you may be one of the most persistent people I have encountered.
        Not, that, that is a bad thing.
        Just letting you know that you are being heard, or maybe that should be read!

  7. spock2009 says:

    NOAA frequently disagrees with it’s own records. Consider for example when NOAA claimed 1997 to have the highest global average temperature (GAT) on record at 16.92 degrees C. Then, after all the tampering with the data, NOAA claimed 2015 to have the greatest GAT on record at 13.8 degrees C! Huh?

    https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/199713
    http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/summary-info/global/201512.
    https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/201511.

  8. Robertv says:

    This winter seems to be the coldest measured winter since 1995 according to Meteorologist Trausti Jónsson.According to Vísir’s report Jónsson compiled the data and published on his blog. He outlines the average temperatures in December, January and February of 2015-2016 and shows them to be lower than they have been since 1995. The International winter of 2015 – 2016 was the coldest particularly up-country with temperatures only measuring slightly colder in 1995. Reykjavik is however experiencing much the same temperatures on average as last winter and also in 2000.

    http://www.icenews.is/2016/03/06/the-coldest-winter-since-95/#axzz42pHMVRWw

  9. sfx2020 says:

    I checked all 50 states, and Greenland and Australia with the amazing Pulling back the curtain software, and found that for some places, Jan-Feb 2016 was very warm, but most places it wasn’t anything unusual.

    December was another story. But the intelligent person knows, it it’s warm it’s climate change, of it’s record cold it’s just weather. Unless record cold is also climate change, When the story can be changed at any time, it’s not actually a scientific story.

    The only sure thing, is that almost everybody will be wrong. Because that’s always how it is, with anything new in science.

  10. 2PetitsVerres says:

    Most of the year include Jun-Aug, but also Jan-May and Sep-Dec. How can you say “their data shows that last year was not the second warmest, look at this 3 months plot. There is 12 months in a year.

  11. gator69 says:

    1.5 million “Butterfly Effects” cancelled…

    Severe cold, along with 11 to 35 cm (more than a foot) of snow, devastates butterfly population.Almost one-and-a-half million Monarch butterflies in Michoacan died frozen by the recent snowfall recorded temperatures of 12 degrees Celsius below zero, says Homero Gomez Gonzalez, president of the Board of Directors of the El Rosario sanctuary.

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