NOAA just put out the USA temperature for June 2016.
Lets compare Tmin (minimum) versus Tmax (maximum)
Wow. Tmin has been skyrocketing since 1980. Tmax has just gone up and down.
I suggest UHI (Urban Heat Islands) not “Global Warming”.
According to the NOAA, May 2016 was ranked 49th coldest out of 122.
That is essentially a tie with May 2015. The warmest May Tmax’s were 1934, 1936, 2012 and and 1939.
The following map shows state rankings. 122 = warmest. 1 would be coldest.
Note the states ranked 7th and 8th coldest. Wow. Not much El Nino effects …
According to the NOAA, April 2016 was ranked 24th warmest out of 122 in terms of Maximum.
Did you know 1946 was the 2nd warmest April?
Despite the El Nino that supposedly made the earth the “warmest ever”, the NOAA Climate At A Glance pages shows no records for February temperature.
Maximum was 6th highest – 3.06F colder than 1954.
Minimum was 7th highest – 1.61F colder than 1998
According to the NOAA, December 2015 ranked wettest out of 121 (121 is wettest).
The NOAA ranked October 2015 precipitation in California as 45 out of 121 with 121 being wettest.
That means 44 Octobers were drier. Up and down — dry and then wet. That is normal. Its not climate change.