USA – June 1933 was hottest Published on July 19, 2018July 19, 2018 by sunshinehours1 And by hottest i mean Maximum Temperature. Globalists use Average Temps because minimums are skyrocketing because of UHI. Minimums for USA at bottom of this post. Minimums Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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The min temp plot is telling. I’d suggest that strong trend of warming in recent decades is a product of sta dropout and the UHI effect.
I don’t know of any greenhouse gas theory that says warming will mostly occur when its dark.
EPA notes that in a metropolitan area, UHI effect can result in up to 20 F of temp being retained during the evening.
That being said – I sense that you were just having a bit of fun?
Minimums mostly occur in the dark.
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“And by hottest i mean Maximum Temperature. Globalists use Average Temps because minimums are skyrocketing because of UHI.”
THIS is such an underestimated, ‘inconvenient’ and non-reported fact about average global temps as well, in particular land-based GHCN/NOAA station data polluted by UHI.
INSTEAD of ‘adjusting’ out the 1-3C differences between urban and rural station data in the latter half of 20th century raw data, agencies like NASA GISS are cooling the past, namely the as warm 1930’s as seen in the US T-max temps in this post. The exact opposite of the adjustments that they should be making to correct UHI caused by urban sprawl.
NOT hard to understand why Govt agencies like NASA GISS wipe out the hot 1930’s and leave the UHI polluted current temps – because there would be no man-made “global warming” aka “climate change” problem if todays temps are the same, if not cooler, than the extreme 1930’s temps before human emissions could have had any significant effect on climate.
NASA adjustment examples here: https://climatism.blog/2018/06/06/global-warming-theory-check-global-temps-continue-century-record-plunge-despite-rising-emissions/