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November 14, 2017

NOAA USA October 2017 Max Temp – Why Has CO2 Ignored October?

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The hottest October in the USA was 1963. It was 5F hotter than October 2017.

Why Has CO2 Ignored October?

 

 

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April 9, 2017

California Precipitation 5th Highest – April 2016 to Mar 2017

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According to the NOAA, California Precipitation for Apr 2016 to Mar 2017 is the 5th highest.

It must be “Global Warming” …. which causes both rain and no rain …

 

 

 

 

March 8, 2017

USA NOAA February 2017 – 2nd Warmest Tmax Behind 1954

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February 2017 was 2nd warmest Tmax. 1954 is still the record holder.

 

2017 Map of Tmax anomalies

1954 Map of Tmax anomalies

November 8, 2016

USA NOAA October 2016 Tmax – 117th warmest out of 122 (122 is warmest)

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According to the NOAA, October 2016 Tmax in the USA was 117th warmest out of 122. 122 wast warmest.

1963 was warmest. 1947, 1950, 1953 and 1938 were also warmer than 2016.

(I publish Tmax instead of Tavg because I believe much of the US warming is UHI making the evenings warmer which shows up in the Tmin)

noaa_oct_2016_max

 

October 6, 2016

USA NOAA September 2016 Tmax – 100th warmest out of 122

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According to the NOAA, September 2016 Tmax in the USA was only 100th warmest out of 122.

1998 was warmest. But 1922 was 2nd and 1953 3rd.

I think CO2 has forsaken September.

1noaa_sept_2016_maxwas warmest with 1936 and 1937 a very close 2nd and 3rd.

 

September 10, 2016

USA NOAA August 2016 Tmax – 85th warmest out of 122

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According to the NOAA, August 2016 Tmax in the USA was only 85th warmest out of 122.

2011 was warmest with 1936 and 1937 a very close 2nd and 3rd.

noaa_usa_aug_2016_max_igraph

March 10, 2016

USA NOAA February 2016 – No Records (Despite El Nino)

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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

 

NOAA_FEB_2016_MAX_graph

NOAA_FEB_2016_MIN_graph

January 13, 2016

NOAA USA December 2015 Max Temp – 2nd Hottest

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Wow. According to the NOAA December 2015 was 2nd Hottest Max Temperature behind 1939.

The divisional map shows the whole of the eastern US at record level or near record level.

 

NOAA_DEC_2015_MAX_graph NOAA_DEC_2015_MAX_map

 

March 9, 2015

USA – February 2015 – Avg Temp Cooling Since 1980 (for February)

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February’s in the USA have been cooling for over 30 years.

February 2015 was ranked 53 out of 121 (121 being warmest).

NOAA_USA_2015_February

 

 

February 11, 2015

USA NOAA January 2015 Tmax – States

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Oooops: I initially used C/Decade. It is F/Decade.And I have to check the Trend.

Update: The trend is correct once I corrected the units.

Update: Here is a link to NOAA for CaliforniaOhio is doing the opposite since 1998.

January 2015 Tmax Ordered By State Rank

Only 6 States in the top 10.  Only 9 in the top 20. 27 out of 48 have a rank of less than 61 (the middle of 121).

And note that 15 states January’s are cooling since 1895 .

And 38 states January’s are cooling since 1998.

State Rank (1 = Hottest) Trend Since 1895 in F/Decade Trend Since 1998 in F/Decade
Oregon 1 0.45 1.86
California 3 0.36 2.66
Nevada 4 0.29 0.79
Utah 8 0.31 -1.6
Wyoming 8 0.38 -0.15
Idaho 9 0.26 0.33
Washington 11 0.38 0.28
Arizona 19 0.34 -0.63
Colorado 19 0.23 -0.96
Montana 22 0.44 0.83
North Dakota 23 0.45 0.85
South Dakota 25 0.3 -0.61
Minnesota 27 0.24 -1.38
Kansas 28 0.2 0.06
Nebraska 29 0.2 -1.02
Iowa 31 0.01 -1.3
Missouri 44 -0.03 -0.62
Oklahoma 49 0.11 0.05
Florida 51 0.05 -0.54
New Mexico 56 0.23 -1.67
Wisconsin 60 0.12 -2.32
Arkansas 68 -0.11 -1.43
Illinois 68 -0.06 -1.8
North Carolina 68 -0.06 -1.75
Georgia 71 -0.01 -1.63
South Carolina 71 -0.04 -1.48
Virginia 71 -0.02 -2.29
Alabama 73 -0.17 -1.65
Mississippi 73 -0.19 -1.64
Delaware 75 0.07 -2.16
Indiana 78 -0.13 -2.57
Kentucky 78 -0.15 -2.67
Maine 78 0.13 0.3
Maryland 79 0.06 -2.46
New Jersey 79 0.17 -2.12
Tennessee 79 -0.18 -2.24
Louisiana 80 -0.12 -2.02
Michigan 81 0.13 -1.92
West Virginia 82 -0.16 -2.84
New Hampshire 85 0.08 -0.63
New York 85 0.06 -1.18
Vermont 86 0.04 -0.66
Connecticut 87 0.1 -1.24
Ohio 88 -0.09 -2.85
Massachusetts 89 0.11 -1
Pennsylvania 89 0.04 -2.6
Texas 90 0.05 -2.3
Rhode Island 92 0.13 -1.14
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