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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.

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July 9, 2014

Indiana Didn’t Get the Memo About CO2 Causing Warming

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According to the NOAA, Indiana didn’t get the memo about CO2 causing warming

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April 20, 2013

HADCRUT4 1930 to 1949 by Month – Dangerous pre-CO2 Global Warming

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HADCRUT4 1930 to 1949 by Month.

Normally you see this part of the graph with 2 or 3 red ticks because it is done annually.

Keep in mind the highest red tick is an anomaly of 0.355C for August 1945. The anomaly for August 2012 was 0.532C. Which is only 0.177C warmer. (Corrected)

Click to see bigger.

HADCRUT4 1930 to 1949

January 24, 2013

HADCRUT4 12 Years With A Negative Trend as of Dec 2012

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Thanks to the big drop in Dec 2012, HADCRUT4 has a negative trend for 12 years.

-.012C / Decade

Last Data as of Dec 2012 - Last 12 Years - HADCRUT4

January 6, 2013

Canada – Dec 2012 – 25 Coldest Stations – Whitehorse was 13.2C colder than normal

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Update: See comments. Whitehorse was closer to -7C  to -8C colder than normal. Still top 3 in Canada for December 2012.

 

These are the 25 coldest stations (of the ones Environment Canada thinks are worth calculating anomalies for) in Canada for Dec 2012. The anomaly is calculated from the 1971-2000 normals.

13.2C colder than normal for Whitehorse Airport. Yukon data scraped from here.

Any mention in the news? You would think it would make the news wouldn’t you?

Stn Name Prov Anomaly in C
WHITEHORSE A YT -13.2
MAYO ROAD YT -8.6
FORT ST JOHN A BC -8
CHETWYND A BC -6.6
GRANDE PRAIRIE A ALTA -6.6
ATLIN BC -6.3
WHITECOURT A ALTA -5.8
PEACE RIVER A ALTA -5.7
FORT SASKATCHEWAN ALTA -5.6
CAMPSIE ALTA -5.5
CRAIGMYLE ALTA -5.4
CAMROSE ALTA -5
TOFIELD NORTH ALTA -5
EDMONTON WOODBEND ALTA -4.9
GRAND RAPIDS HYDRO MAN -4.9
SIMONETTE ALTA -4.7
EDMONTON STONY PLAIN ALTA -4.6
HAY RIVER A NWT -4.5
DAKOTA WEST ALTA -4.3
PLEASANT CAMP BC -3.9
VEGREVILLE ALTA -3.9
COWAN MAN -3.9
FORESTBURG PLANT SITE ALTA -3.7
LAST MOUNTAIN CS SASK -3.7
KINDERSLEY A SASK -3.7

October 15, 2012

23rd Warmest September USA (NOAA)

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Notice which years beat out September 2012 … 5 from the 1930s … 3 from the 1920s. 1897. 1906. Not much evidence of “dangerous warming” this September.

September 14, 2012

Are we cooling the planet with SO2?

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Today I am going to ask a provocative question. Are we cooling the planet with Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)?

Cooling you might say? I thought we were warming? It could be that we are keeping the planet 4C cooler than it would have been (and still appear to be warming).

Sulfur dioxide “is the chemical compound with the formula SO2. It is a toxic gas with a pungent, irritating smell, that is released by volcanoes and in various industrial processes. “

USGS: “The most significant climate impacts from volcanic injections into the stratosphere come from the conversion of sulfur dioxide to sulfuric acid, which condenses rapidly in the stratosphere to form fine sulfate aerosols. The aerosols increase the reflection of radiation from the Sun back into space, cooling the Earth’s lower atmosphere or troposphere. Several eruptions during the past century have caused a decline in the average temperature at the Earth’s surface of up to half a degree (Fahrenheit scale) for periods of one to three years. The climactic eruption of Mount Pinatubo on June 15, 1991, was one of the largest eruptions of the twentieth century and injected a 20-million ton (metric scale) sulfur dioxide cloud into the stratosphere at an altitude of more than 20 miles. “

From 1850 to 1980 SO2 emissions rose from almost 0 to 140,000 Gigagrams per year in 1980 and then dropped down to 110,000 Gigagrams around 2000 and then it started to rise again as China began to burn a lot more coal.

Illustration from Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11, 1101–1116, 2011 pg 1107 Anthropogenic sulfur dioxide emissions: 1850–2005 S. J. Smith1, J. van Aardenne2,*, Z. Klimont3, R. J. Andres4, A. Volke1, and S. Delgado Arias1

Pinatubo released 20 million metric tons of SO2 into the atmosphere.

20 million metric tons = 20,000 Gigagrams.

Therefore, around 1980, humans were releasing the equivalent of 7 Pinatubo’s worth of SO2 each year into the atmosphere.

Seven Pinatubo’s per year!

Depending on which reference, the cooling of one Pinatubo = .5F or .5C or even .6C.

That would mean human produced SO2 should be cooling the earth by about 3.5C.

Yet temperature went up over .5C from 1980 to 2000.

Oh wait, SO2 went down from 1980 to 2000 the equivalent of one Pinatubo.

Could it be that if there was no human SO2 in the atmosphere the temperature recovery from the Little Ice Age could have been as high as 4C instead of the .8C claimed?

Maybe all that coal China is burning is saving our planet!

(Yes I know low level SO2 is supposedly not as bad as SO2 at 30,000 feet, but high altitude SO2 also causes some stratospheric warming – look it up)

September 12, 2012

USA States Months Ranked 10th Coldest or Colder Occuring This Century

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Using data up to Aug 2012 from the NOAA, these are the months ranked in the coldest 10 for a state that occurred this supposedly warm century (2000 – Aug 2012).

If Rank = 1,  it is the coldest. The Anomaly is the difference from the 1981 to 2010 30 year average.

For example, Nov 2000 was the coldest November in Arizona as long as NOAA has put out data (since 1895). The average temp was 44.2 which was -6.5F colder than the 30 year average.

At the bottom is a list of anomalies -10F or colder that occurred since 2000.

Amazingly, North Dakota 2002 Mar had an -11.1F anomaly and it was only ranked as the 9th coldest March with an average temperature of 16.2F. Brrr.

State Year Month Average F Anomaly F Rank
Alabama 2000 Dec 39.1 -7.6 3
Alabama 2004 Aug 76.4 -3.1 3
Alabama 2010 Feb 40.1 -8.3 6
Alabama 2010 Dec 40.2 -6.5 5
Arizona 2000 Nov 44.2 -6.5 1
Arkansas 2000 Dec 31.6 -9.9 2
Arkansas 2003 Jun 73.4 -3.3 7
Arkansas 2004 Jul 77.9 -2.5 10
Arkansas 2004 Aug 75.3 -4.5 4
Arkansas 2006 Sep 69.2 -3.1 7
Arkansas 2007 Apr 57.3 -3.4 10
Arkansas 2007 Jul 77.6 -2.8 6
Arkansas 2009 Jul 77.6 -2.8 7
Arkansas 2009 Oct 56.4 -4.9 4
Arkansas 2010 Feb 35.8 -8.1 7
California 2000 Nov 47.4 -4.3 3
California 2003 Apr 52.3 -4.5 9
California 2006 Mar 46 -6.5 2
Colorado 2000 Nov 27.7 -7.1 5
Colorado 2006 Sep 54.1 -4.1 5
Colorado 2007 Jan 18.3 -6.8 8
Colorado 2009 Oct 41 -5.6 2
Connecticut 2000 Jul 67.8 -4 5
Connecticut 2004 Jan 18.7 -7.6 10
Connecticut 2005 May 53.2 -4.5 4
Connecticut 2009 Jul 68.2 -3.6 6
Delaware 2000 Jul 73.2 -3.8 3
Delaware 2001 Jul 73.1 -3.9 2
Delaware 2003 May 58.5 -4.5 6
Delaware 2005 May 58.2 -4.8 5
Florida 2001 Sep 77.6 -1.9 7
Florida 2003 Jan 52.4 -5.3 6
Florida 2005 Apr 66.6 -2.7 6
Florida 2008 Nov 61.4 -4.6 9
Florida 2010 Jan 52.4 -5.3 7
Florida 2010 Feb 52.3 -8.2 4
Florida 2010 Mar 58.7 -6.1 4
Florida 2010 Dec 50 -9.9 1
Georgia 2000 Sep 72.2 -1.8 9
Georgia 2000 Dec 40.4 -7.4 4
Georgia 2001 Sep 71.8 -2.2 4
Georgia 2005 May 68 -2.7 7
Georgia 2008 Nov 51.5 -4.3 9
Georgia 2010 Feb 41.5 -8 6
Georgia 2010 Mar 51.4 -4.8 10
Georgia 2010 Dec 39.5 -8.3 1
Idaho 2000 Nov 27.3 -6 4
Idaho 2002 Oct 42.2 -3.3 10
Idaho 2008 Apr 38.3 -5.6 7
Idaho 2009 Oct 41.1 -4.4 7
Idaho 2010 May 46.8 -5.2 4
Illinois 2000 Dec 17.6 -12.3 2
Illinois 2003 Jun 67.8 -4 10
Illinois 2004 Aug 68.5 -5 4
Illinois 2009 Jul 70.2 -5.1 1
Illinois 2009 Oct 49.6 -4.5 7
Indiana 2000 Jul 71.8 -2.4 10
Indiana 2000 Dec 19.3 -11.8 2
Indiana 2004 Aug 68.6 -4.1 4
Indiana 2006 Sep 62.4 -3.1 10
Indiana 2007 Feb 20.4 -10.9 5
Indiana 2007 Jul 71.7 -2.5 9
Indiana 2009 Jul 69 -5.2 1
Indiana 2009 Oct 50.3 -3.6 10
Iowa 2000 Dec 10 -13.1 2
Iowa 2002 Oct 45.8 -4.8 6
Iowa 2004 Aug 66.2 -5.2 3
Iowa 2009 Jul 68 -5.6 1
Iowa 2009 Oct 44.4 -6.2 3
Kansas 2000 Nov 36.8 -6.1 5
Kansas 2000 Dec 24.3 -7.7 5
Kansas 2002 Oct 50.3 -5.5 4
Kansas 2004 Jul 75 -3.7 7
Kansas 2004 Aug 72.3 -4.8 6
Kansas 2006 Sep 63.9 -4.1 5
Kansas 2009 Oct 48.2 -7.6 2
Kentucky 2000 Dec 26.9 -10 4
Kentucky 2003 Jun 69 -3.8 7
Kentucky 2004 Aug 71.2 -4.1 6
Kentucky 2006 Sep 64.6 -3.6 7
Kentucky 2009 Jul 71.7 -4.6 2
Kentucky 2009 Oct 53.4 -3.6 10
Kentucky 2010 Dec 28.6 -8.3 5
Louisiana 2000 Dec 43.8 -7.2 3
Louisiana 2004 Aug 79.6 -2.5 6
Louisiana 2007 Jul 80.2 -2 8
Louisiana 2010 Feb 44.4 -8.5 5
Maine 2000 Jul 63 -3 5
Maine 2002 Oct 41.6 -2.7 8
Maine 2003 Apr 35.7 -4 8
Maine 2004 Jan 6.6 -7.3 4
Maine 2004 Jun 57.4 -3.4 7
Maine 2005 May 46.9 -4.3 7
Maine 2008 Mar 22.6 -4.2 10
Maine 2009 Jan 7.5 -6.4 8
Maine 2009 Jul 63.2 -2.8 7
Maine 2009 Oct 40.9 -3.4 4
Maryland 2000 Jul 71.7 -4.2 2
Maryland 2000 Dec 28.7 -7.9 7
Maryland 2001 Jul 71.9 -4 4
Maryland 2005 May 58.2 -4.3 7
Maryland 2009 Jul 72.7 -3.2 9
Massachusetts 2000 Jul 67.3 -3.2 6
Massachusetts 2001 Jul 67.6 -2.9 9
Massachusetts 2004 Jan 17.5 -7.7 6
Massachusetts 2005 May 51.1 -5 6
Massachusetts 2009 Jul 67.3 -3.2 7
Michigan 2000 Dec 16.5 -8.8 4
Michigan 2004 Aug 63 -4 5
Michigan 2009 Jan 12.9 -7.3 10
Michigan 2009 Jul 63.2 -5.3 2
Minnesota 2000 Dec 3 -12.1 3
Minnesota 2002 Mar 18.9 -9.2 9
Minnesota 2002 May 49.8 -5.4 10
Minnesota 2002 Oct 37.5 -7.5 3
Minnesota 2004 Aug 60.8 -6.3 1
Minnesota 2009 Jul 64.3 -5 3
Minnesota 2009 Oct 39.8 -5.2 5
Mississippi 2000 Dec 38.3 -8.5 3
Mississippi 2001 Oct 60.7 -3.4 10
Mississippi 2004 Aug 76.4 -3.9 3
Mississippi 2010 Feb 40 -8.6 5
Mississippi 2010 Dec 41.8 -5 10
Missouri 2000 Dec 21.3 -11.8 2
Missouri 2003 Jun 69.1 -3.8 8
Missouri 2004 Jul 74.4 -2.9 10
Missouri 2004 Aug 70.7 -5.4 5
Missouri 2009 Jul 72.9 -4.4 4
Missouri 2009 Oct 50.5 -5.6 5
Montana 2000 Nov 22.2 -8.5 4
Montana 2002 Mar 19.9 -13.5 5
Montana 2002 Oct 37.3 -6.6 4
Montana 2003 Nov 24.2 -6.5 10
Montana 2009 Oct 37.2 -6.7 3
Montana 2009 Dec 11.6 -9.3 5
Montana 2010 May 47.9 -4.1 10
Nebraska 2000 Nov 28.3 -8.4 3
Nebraska 2000 Dec 18.5 -7.3 7
Nebraska 2002 Oct 44.1 -6 4
Nebraska 2004 Aug 68.3 -4.1 4
Nebraska 2006 Sep 58.4 -4.4 5
Nebraska 2009 Jul 70.1 -4.3 6
Nebraska 2009 Aug 69.1 -3.3 10
Nebraska 2009 Oct 41.9 -8.2 2
Nebraska 2009 Dec 18.7 -7.1 9
Nevada 2000 Nov 33.3 -5.6 3
Nevada 2009 Dec 24.7 -6.1 8
Nevada 2010 May 50 -6.5 10
New Hampshire 2000 Jul 64.3 -3.5 6
New Hampshire 2004 Jan 10.7 -7.9 8
New Hampshire 2005 May 49 -4.8 8
New Hampshire 2009 Jul 64.2 -3.6 4
New Hampshire 2009 Oct 43 -3.2 8
New Jersey 2000 Jul 70.9 -4 2
New Jersey 2001 Jul 71.3 -3.6 7
New Jersey 2003 May 56.8 -3.9 6
New Jersey 2005 May 56.5 -4.2 5
New Mexico 2000 Nov 37.1 -6.2 2
New Mexico 2006 Sep 60.9 -4.3 2
New York 2000 Jul 65.1 -3.7 2
New York 2001 Jul 66.2 -2.6 10
New York 2009 Jul 65.6 -3.2 4
North Carolina 2000 Dec 35.7 -7 6
North Carolina 2001 Jul 74.9 -2.8 5
North Carolina 2001 Sep 67.9 -2.2 10
North Carolina 2004 Aug 74.1 -2.3 9
North Carolina 2005 May 63.3 -3.1 8
North Carolina 2009 Jul 75.3 -2.4 10
North Carolina 2010 Dec 33.7 -9 3
North Dakota 2000 Dec 2.9 -11.1 7
North Dakota 2002 Mar 16.2 -11.1 9
North Dakota 2002 May 48.6 -5.4 8
North Dakota 2002 Oct 34.5 -8.7 4
North Dakota 2003 Nov 19.7 -7.7 10
North Dakota 2004 Aug 61.2 -6.3 2
North Dakota 2009 Jul 64.4 -4.6 6
North Dakota 2009 Oct 37.7 -5.5 6
Ohio 2000 Jul 70 -3 6
Ohio 2000 Dec 21.6 -10.1 4
Ohio 2007 Feb 19.4 -11.4 4
Ohio 2009 Jul 68.8 -4.2 1
Oklahoma 2000 Nov 43.2 -6.1 4
Oklahoma 2000 Dec 30.9 -8.1 4
Oklahoma 2002 Oct 56.6 -4.3 8
Oklahoma 2003 Jun 73.4 -3.1 8
Oklahoma 2003 Sep 68.8 -3.4 7
Oklahoma 2004 Jul 77.9 -3.5 6
Oklahoma 2004 Aug 75.7 -5.1 5
Oklahoma 2006 Sep 68.9 -3.3 8
Oklahoma 2007 Apr 55.2 -4 8
Oklahoma 2009 Oct 54.4 -6.5 2
Oregon 2000 Nov 34.7 -4.6 9
Oregon 2008 Apr 42.3 -4.3 7
Oregon 2009 Oct 46 -3.2 10
Oregon 2010 May 49.4 -4 10
Oregon 2011 Apr 42.2 -4.4 5
Oregon 2011 May 48.9 -4.5 7
Pennsylvania 2000 Jul 67.3 -3.5 2
Pennsylvania 2000 Dec 22.9 -7.8 5
Pennsylvania 2001 Jul 68.1 -2.7 6
Pennsylvania 2005 May 53.3 -4.5 4
Pennsylvania 2007 Feb 20 -9.1 8
Pennsylvania 2008 May 53.6 -4.2 7
Pennsylvania 2009 Jul 66.7 -4.1 1
Rhode Island 2004 Jan 20.4 -8.7 3
Rhode Island 2005 May 52.6 -4.2 6
South Carolina 2000 Dec 38.3 -7.9 4
South Carolina 2001 Sep 71 -2.1 8
South Carolina 2004 Aug 76.8 -2.3 9
South Carolina 2005 May 67 -2.8 7
South Carolina 2008 Nov 50.1 -4.3 10
South Carolina 2010 Feb 40.4 -7.3 6
South Carolina 2010 Dec 37.8 -8.4 2
South Dakota 2000 Nov 24.5 -7.9 7
South Dakota 2000 Dec 10.7 -9.8 6
South Dakota 2002 Mar 22.1 -10.9 8
South Dakota 2002 Oct 39.5 -7.7 4
South Dakota 2004 Aug 65.9 -5 3
South Dakota 2009 Jul 67.8 -4.9 6
South Dakota 2009 Oct 39.2 -8 2
Tennessee 2000 Dec 30.6 -9 4
Tennessee 2003 Jun 70.7 -3.2 7
Tennessee 2004 Aug 72.1 -4.3 3
Tennessee 2009 Jul 73.6 -3.8 3
Tennessee 2010 Feb 32.8 -8.3 9
Tennessee 2010 Dec 32.2 -7.4 5
Texas 2000 Nov 51 -5.1 6
Texas 2000 Dec 42.3 -5 6
Texas 2004 Aug 79.2 -2.9 6
Texas 2007 Apr 61.6 -3.6 8
Texas 2007 Jul 79.1 -3.3 2
Texas 2008 Sep 73 -2.7 10
Texas 2009 Dec 42.9 -4.4 9
Texas 2010 Feb 43.2 -7.3 6
Utah 2000 Nov 30.5 -6.6 2
Utah 2009 Dec 20.2 -7.1 8
Utah 2010 May 51.7 -5.1 9
Vermont 2000 Jul 63.8 -3.4 5
Vermont 2001 Jul 64.2 -3 6
Vermont 2004 Jan 7.3 -9.4 6
Vermont 2005 May 49.2 -4.2 10
Virginia 2000 Jul 72.3 -3 7
Virginia 2000 Dec 30 -7.8 4
Virginia 2001 Jul 71.9 -3.4 3
Virginia 2005 May 59.5 -3.5 7
Virginia 2009 Jul 71.9 -3.4 4
Virginia 2010 Dec 30.1 -7.7 5
Washington 2000 Nov 34.2 -4.4 6
Washington 2008 Apr 42.7 -4.9 4
Washington 2009 Oct 45.7 -2.9 6
Washington 2011 Apr 42.3 -5.3 2
West Virginia 2000 Jul 69.1 -2.9 4
West Virginia 2000 Dec 25.8 -8.2 6
West Virginia 2005 May 55.9 -4.1 8
West Virginia 2007 Feb 23.7 -10.2 4
West Virginia 2009 Jul 67.8 -4.2 1
West Virginia 2010 Dec 24.9 -9.1 4
Wisconsin 2000 Dec 9.1 -10.8 6
Wisconsin 2002 Oct 41.9 -4.6 7
Wisconsin 2004 Aug 62.1 -5.2 3
Wisconsin 2009 Jul 63.7 -5.5 2
Wisconsin 2009 Oct 41.9 -4.6 8
Wyoming 2000 Nov 19.3 -11 1
Wyoming 2002 Oct 37.7 -5.4 7
Wyoming 2009 Oct 35.7 -7.4 3
Wyoming 2009 Dec 13.6 -6.9 8
Wyoming 2010 May 45.2 -5 8
Wyoming 2011 May 45.4 -4.8 10

Anomalies since 2000 of -10 or colder.

State Year Month Average F Anomaly F Rank
Illinois 2000 Dec 17.6 -12.3 2
Indiana 2000 Dec 19.3 -11.8 2
Indiana 2007 Feb 20.4 -10.9 5
Iowa 2000 Dec 10 -13.1 2
Kentucky 2000 Dec 26.9 -10 4
Minnesota 2000 Dec 3 -12.1 3
Missouri 2000 Dec 21.3 -11.8 2
Montana 2002 Mar 19.9 -13.5 5
North Dakota 2000 Dec 2.9 -11.1 7
North Dakota 2002 Mar 16.2 -11.1 9
Ohio 2000 Dec 21.6 -10.1 4
Ohio 2007 Feb 19.4 -11.4 4
South Dakota 2002 Mar 22.1 -10.9 8
West Virginia 2007 Feb 23.7 -10.2 4
Wisconsin 2000 Dec 9.1 -10.8 6
Wyoming 2000 Nov 19.3 -11 1

September 11, 2012

NOAA Aug 2012 – States With a Negative Temperature Trend Over Last 15 Years

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As of Aug 2012, using NOAA data, this is a list of States with a negative (or zero)  temperature trend (in Fahrenheit per decade)  from Sept 1997 to Aug 2012 (15 years).

State Trend F/Decade
Washington -1.23
South Dakota -1.02
North Dakota -0.99
Montana -0.98
Idaho -0.79
Nebraska -0.78
Minnesota -0.72
Oregon -0.67
Iowa -0.63
Utah -0.57
Wisconsin -0.57
Colorado -0.31
Kansas -0.28
Michigan -0.24
Arizona -0.21
Florida -0.21
Nevada -0.2
Kentucky -0.16
Wyoming -0.16
Georgia -0.07
Illinois -0.05
Pennsylvania -0.03
Arkansas -0.01
Texas -0.01

September 10, 2012

NOAA August 2012 State Rankings Coldest to Warmest

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NOAA August 2012 State Rankings Coldest to Warmest

For Example, Aug 2012 averaged 78.3F In Alabama, it was the 25th warmest (which means  93 were warmer!), The warmest August in Alabama was 84.6F in 2007.

Only Nevada set a record for warmest August. The south east was awfully cold for August. Well below average. 

Alphabetical list below this one.

State Aug 2012 in F Aug Ranking Warmest Aug Warmest Aug Temp
Alabama 78.3 25 2007 84.6
Georgia 78.3 26 2007 83.2
Mississippi 79.3 28 1924 84.6
South Carolina 77.9 31 2007 83.7
Indiana 71.8 37 1947 79.4
Kentucky 74.3 40 2007 80.9
Kansas 76.2 41 1936 84.6
Tennessee 75.5 42 2007 82.6
Iowa 70.9 47 1947 79.8
North Carolina 75.7 50 1900 80.5
Minnesota 66.5 52 1900 73.3
Illinois 73.5 53 1947 81.3
Nebraska 72.6 56 1937 79.2
North Dakota 66.8 62 1983 73.6
Wisconsin 67.3 64 1947 74.1
South Dakota 70.9 65 1937 77.6
Oklahoma 81.3 66 2011 87.9
Missouri 76.4 67 1936 84
West Virginia 70.9 67 1900 75.1
Arkansas 80 69 1954 85
Louisiana 81.8 70 2011 86.8
Michigan 67.5 70 1947 73.1
Ohio 71.6 70 1947 76.7
Virginia 74.3 75 1900 78.6
Pennsylvania 70.2 80 1900 73.9
Florida 81.6 82 2011 83.6
Maryland 75 86 1900 78.4
Montana 67.2 91 2003 71.1
New York 68.7 97 1955 71.7
New Jersey 74.5 101 2005 77
Rhode Island 71.8 101 2005 74.2
Texas 83.7 101 2011 88.1
Oregon 67.6 106 1967 69.7
Colorado 67.9 107 2011 69.8
Washington 67.8 107 1967 70.1
Connecticut 72.1 108 1913 73.7
Delaware 77.1 109 1900 78.3
New Mexico 73.9 109 2011 76.3
Vermont 68.6 111 1937 70.5
Wyoming 67.6 111 2003 68.8
Arizona 80.8 112 2011 82.2
Idaho 68.5 112 2003 69.5
Massachusetts 71.6 112 1937 72.8
New Hampshire 68.8 112 1937 70.3
Maine 68 116 1937 70.1
California 77.5 117 1967 77.6
Utah 74.1 117 2007 74.2
Nevada 73.9 118 2012 73.9

Alphabetical

State Aug 2012 in F Aug Ranking Warmest Aug Warmest Aug Temp
Alabama 78.3 25 2007 84.6
Arizona 80.8 112 2011 82.2
Arkansas 80 69 1954 85
California 77.5 117 1967 77.6
Colorado 67.9 107 2011 69.8
Connecticut 72.1 108 1913 73.7
Delaware 77.1 109 1900 78.3
Florida 81.6 82 2011 83.6
Georgia 78.3 26 2007 83.2
Idaho 68.5 112 2003 69.5
Illinois 73.5 53 1947 81.3
Indiana 71.8 37 1947 79.4
Iowa 70.9 47 1947 79.8
Kansas 76.2 41 1936 84.6
Kentucky 74.3 40 2007 80.9
Louisiana 81.8 70 2011 86.8
Maine 68 116 1937 70.1
Maryland 75 86 1900 78.4
Massachusetts 71.6 112 1937 72.8
Michigan 67.5 70 1947 73.1
Minnesota 66.5 52 1900 73.3
Mississippi 79.3 28 1924 84.6
Missouri 76.4 67 1936 84
Montana 67.2 91 2003 71.1
Nebraska 72.6 56 1937 79.2
Nevada 73.9 118 2012 73.9
New Hampshire 68.8 112 1937 70.3
New Jersey 74.5 101 2005 77
New Mexico 73.9 109 2011 76.3
New York 68.7 97 1955 71.7
North Carolina 75.7 50 1900 80.5
North Dakota 66.8 62 1983 73.6
Ohio 71.6 70 1947 76.7
Oklahoma 81.3 66 2011 87.9
Oregon 67.6 106 1967 69.7
Pennsylvania 70.2 80 1900 73.9
Rhode Island 71.8 101 2005 74.2
South Carolina 77.9 31 2007 83.7
South Dakota 70.9 65 1937 77.6
Tennessee 75.5 42 2007 82.6
Texas 83.7 101 2011 88.1
Utah 74.1 117 2007 74.2
Vermont 68.6 111 1937 70.5
Virginia 74.3 75 1900 78.6
Washington 67.8 107 1967 70.1
West Virginia 70.9 67 1900 75.1
Wisconsin 67.3 64 1947 74.1
Wyoming 67.6 111 2003 68.8
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