Plummeting October 20 Temperatures In The US

October 20 used to be a warm day in the US, but temperatures have plummeted over the past century.

On this date 70 years ago, there were 90-degree temperatures across the Great Plains. North Loup, Nebraska was 98 degrees.

On this date 80 years ago, almost all of the US east of the Rocky Mountains was over 80 degrees, with 90 degrees in Virginia.

Read more at Real Climate Science

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    Spurwing Plover

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    According to hollywood crack-pot Leonardo DiCaprio if you rejected Global Warming your rejecting the truth and this coming from someone who play fake persons in movies and makes two fake documentries(Propeganda films)and visits the Useless Nations and still flies all over the globe and even flying from Paris to New York and back to receive some dumb award from some Eco-Wacko group and gets tiny statue of a bald and naked man for his little game of Lets Pretend

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    David Lewis

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    I agree that true temperature data does not support the climate change movement. However, though the temperature data for just one date may sound good, it isn’t significant. There is plenty of significant data that shows AGW is not a problem. We need to be using that.

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