U.S. July 28 afternoon temperatures have dropped almost two degrees over the past century.
On July 28, 1931, the average afternoon temperature of the US was 94 degrees.
There were 90F+ readings in every state. and 100-degree readings coast to coast and north to south. Norwalk, Ohio was 100 degrees on July 28, 1931. Today’s forecast high is 76 degrees.
If we had temperatures like that now, climate scientists would be 100% certain it was due to increased CO2 emissions and would demand immediate world communism.
Alarmists complain that I focus on the US, and the US is only 5% of the Earth’s surface. There is very good reason to focus on the US. About 90% of the useful long-term temperature record is located in the US. It is impossible to do this sort of analysis in any other large region.
The idea of a global temperature record is a complete farce because we don’t have long term min/max data over 95% of the planet.
As heat waves become less common and less severe, criminals known as “climate scientists” and their cohorts in the press continue to lie to the public about heatwaves.
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