Saturday, December 21, 2013

2013 Will Finish One Of The Ten Coldest Years In US History, With The Largest Drop In Temperature

From Real Science:

Before NASA and NOAA start tampering with the data, 2013 is one of the ten coldest years  in the US since 1895, and has had the largest year over year decline on record. 
NOAA of course won’t talk about this, and will massively tamper with the data before releasing it. 
The graph below is the monthly average of all daily high and low temperatures at all NOAA USHCN stations.


Anonymous said...

NOAA IS already spinning it:

Posted: Dec 20, 2013 7:04 AM EST

Updated: Dec 20, 2013 7:14 AM EST


AP Aerospace Writer

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - November was a hot month for planet Earth.

Government scientists reported Tuesday that last month set a heat record. They say it was the warmest November on record, across Earth, since record-keeping began in 1880.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says average global temperature, for water and land surfaces combined, was 56.6 degrees (13.7 Celsius). That's 1.4 degrees (0.78 degrees Celsius) above the 20th century average.

It was the 37th consecutive November with above-average temperatures. The last below-average November was in 1976.

It was also the 345th straight month with above-average temperatures. That's almost 29 years.

Among the November hot spots: much of Eurasia, Central America and the Indian Ocean. In Russia, it was the warmest November on record. But parts of North America were cooler than average.

Always On Watch said...

Of course, the Left will spin this cold snap as more evidence of global warming. Agenda, agenda, agenda!

Pastorius said...

Well, if what NOAA says is true, then it's true. If we have had 345 straight months of above average temperatures on Earth, well then, we have.

If the cold is limited to North America, well then, it is limited to North America.

I doubt it though. I don't trust them.

Unknown said...

German Scientists predict a century of global cooling a.k.a. 'Little Ice Age'.

As i said before better stock up on those Winter wooleys.