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August 13, 2014

NOAA July 2014 – Really , Really Low Ranking For Maximum Temperatures in Many States

Filed under: NOAA,USA — sunshinehours1 @ 10:47 AM
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According to the NOAA, July 2014 ranked 29th coldest out of 120 using the Maximum temperature


Take a look at the dark blue states. The number is the ranking out of 120. 1 would be the coldest. 120 would be warmest.

4 states were ranked 2nd coldest maximum temperatures since 1895.

1 was ranked 3rd, 2 were ranked 4th , 2 were ranked 5th, and there was 1 ranked 6, 1 ranked 8, 1 ranked 9 and 2 ranked 10th




Here is the ranking by division. 10 divisions had the lowest maximum temperatures of all time. One division in northern California was ranked 120.


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  1. Why is the DMI Arctic Sea Ice so much higher than everyone elses this year?

    Comment by PykeWex — August 13, 2014 @ 1:02 PM | Reply

    • Good question. I thought it was because their mean was 1979-2000. But that is obviously wrong. 2014 would be even further from the mean if that were true.

      Comment by sunshinehours1 — August 13, 2014 @ 1:17 PM | Reply

  2. […] was ranked one of the coldest months in a while. According to the NOAA, July 2014 ranked 29th coldest out of 120 using the Maximum temperature. And so we enter the discussion about if the pause is real… […]

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