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December 12, 2014

USA NOAA November – Damned Cold – Imagine If It Had Been The Opposite

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How cold was the USA in November? The map below look at the Average Temperature rank out of 120. 120 would be warmest.

1 would be coldest. There are a lot of 2’s and 3’s in the blue section. 

Imagine the sh*tstorm of publicity if the rank’s had been 118 and 119?

 

NOAA_November_2014_Divisional_Rank_Avg

December 8, 2014

USA NOAA November 2014 – 15th Coldest Minimum Temperature

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NOAA_November_2014_Min

November 22, 2014

NOAA October 2014 – Amazing Divergence Between USA and Global

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Update: Global is LAND temperatures, not LAND and OCEAN combined because of course the USA is not an ocean.

Wow.This is NOAA Global versus NOAA USA Tmax for October only.

What an amazing divergence over the last 30 years.

When the AGW cult says the USA is only 2% of the globe, remind them that USA and Global temperatures used to track pretty closely.

NOAA Global versus NOAA USA for October as of 2014

November 15, 2014

NOAA USA Jan-Oct 2014 Max Temp – Year To Date Is Only 80th Out Of 120

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According to the NOAA Year To Date (January to October 2014) was 80th Hottest Max Temperature out of 120.

NOAA_USA_2014_October_Maximum_YTD_plus

November 14, 2014

USA October 1963 Was Really, Really Hot – It Was 3.9F Hotter Than October 2014

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How hot was October 1963 in the USA?

In 1963 October was 3.9F hotter than October 2014.

20 states had the hottest max temperature ever for October. (Those marked 120)

10 states had the 2nd hottest  max temperature ever for October. (Those marked 119)

3 states had the 3rd hottest  max temperature ever for October. (Those marked 118)

etc

So much for CO2 …

NOAA_USA_1963_October_Maximum_MAP

 

 

 

 

NOAA USA October 2014 Max Temp – Tied For 8th With 1927! Only 1963,1947,1950,1953,1938,1934 and 2003 Were Hotter

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Wow. According to the NOAA October 2014 was 8th Hottest Max Temperature.

Tied with 1927.

Only 1963, 1947, 1950, 1953, 1938, 1934 and 2003 Were Hotter.

October 1963 was 3.9F hotter. Sneaky global warming.

1963 73.47°F 120 6.67°F
1947 71.42°F 119 4.62°F
1950 70.72°F 118 3.92°F
1953 70.34°F 117 3.54°F
1938 70.00°F 116 3.20°F
1934 69.75°F 115 2.95°F
2003 69.71°F 114 2.91°F
1927 69.57°F 113 2.77°F
2014 69.57°F 113 2.77°F

 

NOAA_USA_2014_October_Maximum

 

 

October 17, 2014

NOAA September 2014 – California Precipitation Above Normal Two Septembers in a Row

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According to the NOAA, September 2014 in California was  0.31″ above the 1901-2000 average. 2013 was .32″ Above Normal.

 

NOAA_2014_SEPT_Precipitation_California

NOAA September 2014 – USA Slightly Above Normal

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According to the NOAA, September 2014 was  0.09″ above the 1901-2000 average.

 

NOAA_2014_SEPT_Precipitation

NOAA September 2014 – 68th Coldest Maximum Temperature Out of 120

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According to the NOAA, September 2014 ranked 68th coldest out of 120 using the Maximum temperature. 

The 10 warmest Septembers: 1998, 1922, 1953, 1931, 1939, 2005, 1933, 1952, 1990, 1947.

 

NOAA_2014_SEPT_max

October 4, 2014

California Drought – Almost As Dry as 1923 and 1976

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According to the NOAA, California Precipitation for Sept-Aug  is the 3rd lowest of all time behind 1923/24 and 1976/77.

It must be “Global Warming” caused by CO2 if it is almost as dry as 1923.

NOAA_2014_aug_precip_California

 

 

 

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