Record high temperature in 1913; record low in 2010

By |2013-12-10T09:02:56+00:00December 10th, 2013|News|5 Comments

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MoranoProfileFrom Marc Morano at Climate Depot:

The hottest temperature ever recorded was over a century ago in Death Valley, CA. The coldest ever was 2010 in Antarctica. The second coldest was this July.

The record high was measured by thermometer and the two lows by satellite.  Temperatures are in Fahrenheit.

Warming pressure groups will scoff at this inconvenient information.  What would they say if the dates were reversed?

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  1. rkball December 10, 2013 at 8:11 PM

    Bob Dylan had this all figured out in the 60s — oh the climes, they are a-changin’. And then there was another song about the climes of freedom??

  2. Morrison's Joke December 11, 2013 at 3:14 PM

    Your dot connection from extreme weather patterns to a climate change hoax is amazing. I expect nothing else from this species.

  3. Dodger48 December 12, 2013 at 10:27 AM

    Lol, global warming truly is a misnomer. The non issue of the century.

  4. bobl December 13, 2013 at 7:45 AM

    Marc,
    Lately I’ve been mentioning that we are a mere 0.8 degrees C – less than one degree away from the temperatures of the little ice age that caused such famine and disease in Europe that it wiped out half the population, and these nutcases would have us push the planet back toward it.

    Maybe that’s a factoid you could use

  5. ge556 December 22, 2013 at 12:59 PM

    So, do you believe that a single record cold temperature reading at a single location in 2010 trumps the fact that the global average for the entire year of 2010 was a record high? Almost everything Marc Morano says is not about educating people, but about misleading people.

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