Plummeting Frequency Of Hot Days In The US

Hot days in the US were far more common from 1910 to 1955, than they have been since 1955.Screenshot 2016-03-24 at 07.37.00 AM

A typical example of this is at Indiana University in Bloomington, where the frequency of hot days plummeted after 1955.

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From 1910 to 1955 they averaged 32.5 days over 90F per year, with a peak of 70 days in 1913.

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The summer of 1913 also brought California the hottest weather ever recorded on Earth.

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But since 1955, Bloomington averages less than half as many 90 degree days, as they did from 1910 to 1955.

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If NOAA had actual scientists working on climate, they would want to understand this cooling, rather than just trying to hide it.

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8 Responses to Plummeting Frequency Of Hot Days In The US

  1. omanuel says:

    Thank you for pulling back the thick curtain of propaganda to expose the unvarnished truth.

  2. omanuel says:

    Are you or your readers aware of the new Free Speech in Science group reported in the Wall Street Journal?contact@freespeechinscience.org

  3. Steve Weiss says:

    Heretic. May you burn in hell for telling the truth.

  4. Andy DC says:

    It appears that evil early capitalists like Thomas Edison and a Henry Ford did far more damage to the environment than the modern SUV. More so than all the filthy air conditioners and stinking jet planes since 1960.

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