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.


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


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

Screenshot 2016-03-24 at 07.47.08 AM


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


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?

  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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