June 15, 2015

2015 hottest five months of any recorded year

Guardian - NASA released its global temperature data for the month of May 2015. It was a scorching 1.3°F above the long-term average. It is also the hottest first five months of any year ever recorded. As we look at climate patterns over the next year or so, it is likely that this year will set a new all-time record. In fact, as of now, 2015 is a whopping 0.17°F hotter than last year, which itself was the hottest year on record.

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Global warm....scaring? said...


US Continuous US Avg Temperature Has Been Discontinued.
Posted on June 16, 2015 by Martin Armstrong

US Weather Cooling

The National USHCN monthly temperature updates have been discontinued. The official CONUS temperature record is now based upon nClimDiv. USHCN data for January 1895 to August 2014 will remain available for historical comparison. However, one must wonder if the data, which was demonstrating a cooling period rather than Global Warming, was conflicting with political agendas to raise taxes based upon false information.