Remember When We Heard About All Of The Heat Records Being Broken That "Proved" Global Warming?


Remember when we couldn’t read a story on the climate without the heat records being mentioned? 

Remember when we couldn’t go a day without seeing one of those insipidly stupid maps?  Well, where did they go?  Well, here’s one…..


That’s the last 8 weeks of snow and low temp records. 

That isn’t to say there hasn’t been record heat temp days, there has.  But, this stuff above?  That’s just weather, right? 


Now, here’s a link to an Atmos story explaining

The ratio of record highs to lows is likely to increase dramatically in coming decades if emissions of greenhouse gases continue to climb…….

“Climate change is making itself felt in terms of day-to-day weather in the United States,” says Gerald Meehl, the lead author and a senior scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). “The ways these records are being broken show how our climate is already shifting.”

Because the US is the globe…… or something.  Our climate continues to shift, like it always has.  We’ll have warm periods and we’ll have cool periods.  Here, ratio this, for the map above…..

Snowfall: 1829

Low Temp: 5078

High Temp: 1293

Yep, the ratios are ……. well they’re doing something. 

My thanks to Ice Age Now, who demonstrate “12,793 Snow and Cold records broken in less than 2 months.”

Does this new information “prove” anything?  Of course not.  It’s a demonstration of weather in a very small part of the globe……. just like the litany of maps and papers blathering about heat records. 

I do love the selective information game, don’t you?

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10 Responses to Remember When We Heard About All Of The Heat Records Being Broken That "Proved" Global Warming?

  1. leftinbrooklyn says:

    “…show how our climate is already shifting.”

    Can a 4-billion-year-old cycle still be called a shift?

  2. tckev says:

    The USA has pox all over it! Must be the weather.

  3. DirkH says:

    Well it’s been unusually cold and cloudy the entire spring in Europe as well. Let’s call it a global trend. I won’t let warmists dictate my perception. Quite obviously all the models were wrong, all the climate scientists know not what they talk about and have therefore no authority. When we can’t rely on the utterances of our lavishly paid government scientists, neither on the pronouncements of government weather agencies, all that’s left is exchanging anecdotal evidence across continents, and that’s good enough for me.

    It’s cooling. It’s the grand minimum. CO2 is a bit player. Is it a problem? Well, not as long as we have fossil fuels and nuclear technology.

  4. PhilJourdan says:

    Wait for it…….. Wait…….wait……..

    Here comes Tony Galloping in to expound on how unfair you are being to the warmist religious zealots for taking them at their word! Plus reviling you for daring to be logical!

    How dare you!

  5. glenncz says:

    yes BUT – the cold is from the jet stream being screwed up by loss of arctic ice in September.

    • DirkH says:

      Then it would be warm now in the arctic. Cold doesn’t multiply.

    • Bruce of Newcastle says:

      In 2010 the cold was due to the jet stream being screwed up by the Sun being quiet. The heat in Moscow in 2010 was due to the jet stream being screwed up by the Sun being quiet.

      In 2012 the heat in the US, though, was due to the jet stream being screwed up by CO2, even though the Sun was still quiet. And the cold now is due to CO2 screwing up the jet stream even though the Sun is also still quiet (the Ap Progession index remains in the cellar, at about 5, back down where it was in 2010).

      The difference is CO2 has risen 5 ppm in those two years. Must be a tipping point. (/sarc)

  6. sth_txs says:

    I’m still waiting for all those string of hurricanes that were supposed to threaten us along the coast. Also, the sea level rise. Padre Island National Seashore is still above water. According to GW hysteria, some South Texas ranchers and farmers should already have beach front property.

  7. tckev says:

    OT –
    In India, a tourist area of Beas Nullah and Marhi near Rohtang Pass in Himachal Pradesh, at this time of the year it is midsummer. Not this year, no. No, it’s snowed during the first week of May and stayed put for the second week. The hotels are having to issue blankets, heavy quilts and room heaters to the shivering tourist, not usual when you were expecting the hot dry winds to blow from the plains below.

    So it’s not just USA, and Europe in the grip of the cold.

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