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February 28, 2015

NOAA – 1913 Low Min Records Broken (272 tied) From 2015-02-19 to 2015-02-25

Filed under: Cold Kills,NOAA,USA — sunshinehours1 @ 8:54 AM
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UPDATE #2 – Even more records have been broken.

UPDATE: I also have a blog post on the LOW MAX records.

1913 Low Min Records Broken in Last 7 Days (272 tied)  according to the NOAA.

Below is a screenshot showing location and the biggest difference between old record and new record.

The list is just the ones I could capture in a screenshot. Wow. Many records broken by over 30F.

Imagine … the old record was 15F and it is now -23F. A 38F difference.

Capture

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13 Comments »

  1. Reblogged this on Tallbloke's Talkshop and commented:
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    Tsk, weather eh?

    Comment by tallbloke — February 28, 2015 @ 9:17 AM | Reply

  2. […] (This is a different post than the Low Min one) […]

    Pingback by NOAA – 2634 Low Max Records Broken or tied From 2015-02-19 to 2015-02-25 | sunshine hours — February 28, 2015 @ 11:09 AM | Reply

  3. these records haven’t been ‘adjusted’ yet….

    Comment by Lance — February 28, 2015 @ 11:42 AM | Reply

  4. Reblogged this on Sierra Foothill Commentary.

    Comment by Russ Steele — February 28, 2015 @ 1:35 PM | Reply

  5. Yeah, low cold records probably just more evidence of global warming … (sigh)

    Comment by scottctate — February 28, 2015 @ 2:21 PM | Reply

  6. Thanks for collecting and reporting this data. Yet more evidence against global warming. Related to this is one of the points I use in considering global warming is, are new high temperatures being set?

    Comment by Law2001 — March 1, 2015 @ 9:28 AM | Reply

  7. ‘cept the year to date has more high max records (5293) than low max records (4102) and more high min records (4598) than low min records (3229)

    Comment by pistachio — March 1, 2015 @ 12:29 PM | Reply

    • For last 365 (High Min + High Max) is essentially a tie with (Low Min + Low Max) although the latter one is ahead by 1,000.

      16744 + 27953 = 44697

      26904 + 18938 = 45842

      Comment by sunshinehours1 — March 1, 2015 @ 2:03 PM | Reply

    • so did you just use the last week’s numbers to get on climate depot?

      Comment by pistachio — March 1, 2015 @ 5:02 PM | Reply

  8. Reblogged this on Daily Browse.

    Comment by TonyR — March 2, 2015 @ 7:55 AM | Reply

  9. Reblogged this on the-real-institute.com and commented:
    The weather and climate always changes… should carbon tax be used to correct temperature fluctuations…?

    Comment by blissmax — March 28, 2015 @ 2:16 AM | Reply

  10. […] National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) trumpeted that in a single week in February 2185 local weather records were broken as an unmoving ridge of high pressure kept the US west coast unseasonably hot, and the east coast […]

    Pingback by Future shocks: how resilient is the UK food system to extreme global weather events? | Global Food Security blog — August 17, 2015 @ 3:39 AM | Reply


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