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June 5, 2014

USHCN 2.5 – Estimated Data Is Warming Data – Arizona

Filed under: USA,USHCN — sunshinehours1 @ 9:26 AM
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An addendum to yesterdays post about “Estimated” data.

These are the 9 months in Arizona with the biggest change due to Estimated data. I’ll focus on December (the top graph). Remember, this is the Final data after all the other adjustments.

About 15% of the data is Estimated from neighboring stations.

The trend of REAL data is negative -.04C/decade.

Then they add in about 15% Estimated data with a trend of  +0.43C/decade.

The net result is a new trend of +0.02C/decade.

Presto. Magic. A downward trend is now an upward trend. (Click on graph for larger)

AZ USCHCN Final v2.5.0.20140509 (from 1895) Dec

AZ USCHCN Final v2.5.0.20140509 (from 1895) Feb

AZ USCHCN Final v2.5.0.20140509 (from 1895) Jan

AZ USCHCN Final v2.5.0.20140509 (from 1895) Mar

AZ USCHCN Final v2.5.0.20140509 (from 1895) May

AZ USCHCN Final v2.5.0.20140509 (from 1895) Jul

AZ USCHCN Final v2.5.0.20140509 (from 1895) Nov

AZ USCHCN Final v2.5.0.20140509 (from 1895) Oct

AZ USCHCN Final v2.5.0.20140509 (from 1895) Apr

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2 Comments »

  1. I really think that it would only take one MSM story summarizing findings like this that would blow this whole scam wide open.

    Comment by Mickey — June 5, 2014 @ 12:57 PM | Reply

  2. […] I’ve been posting on USHCN and the effect of “estimating” or “Infilling” on  the Final data. I did Arizona earlier. […]

    Pingback by USHCN 2.5 – Estimated Data Is Warming Data – USA 1980 – 2014 | sunshine hours — June 29, 2014 @ 6:13 AM | Reply


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