NOAA August 2017 – It Was Cold – 30th out of 123 Maximum Temperature

According to the NOAA, August 2017 ranked 30th out of 123 using the Maximum temperature. 

A rank of 1 is coldest. A rank of 123 is warmest.

-0.87F below the 1901 to 2000 average.

4F colder than August 2011, 1936 and 1937.

The top 3.

 

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USA Not Seeing Hotter Days Compared to 1901-1960

A new climate report for the USA was published along wit the usual shenanigans by the NY Times.

What this map shows is highly damaging to the global warming alarmism industry. It proves that, regardless of average temperature trends, temperatures at the top end of the scale are not increasing. Note that this applies even in the case of California, until recently the golden child of warmists.

We may be seeing milder winters and warmer nights, but, as far as the US is concerned, we are certainly not seeing hotter days.

Mass Extinction! They blamed warming. It was cooling.

Warming did it. Cooling did it.

“The Earth has known several mass extinctions over the course of its history. One of the most important happened at the Permian-Triassic boundary 250 million years ago. Over 95% of marine species disappeared and, up until now, scientists have linked this extinction to a significant rise in Earth temperatures. But researchers have now discovered that this extinction took place during a short ice age which preceded the global climate warming.”