While we all are “eagerly” awaiting the official December temperature figures I thought it would be interesting to look at the continental US figures for November, and compare them with a regional analysis.
And remember, these are the official figures. With the poor placement of stations (91 % of the stations are CRN 3 to 5 = bad to very poor); where they have purposely taken away the urban heat island effect, use huge smoothing radius etc.
Not to mention the great slaughter of GHCN stations 1990-1993 – roughly 63 % of all stations were “dropped”. Oddly enough many of them in cold places – Hmmm? Now the number of GHCN stations are back at the same numbers as in 1890.
(See for example my posts: Rewriting Temperature History – Time and Time Again!,
Just one example of this historical “adjustment and tweaking” they are doing:
On average 20% of the historical record was modified 16 times 2006 to beginning of 2008. The largest single jump was 0.27 C. This occurred between the Oct 13, 2006 and Jan 15, 2007 records when Aug 2006 changed from an anomaly of +0.43C to +0.70C, a change of nearly 68%.
And what a “coincidence” that the data is always “modified” in only on direction – guess which one.
Also remember that the US stations are now nearly a third of the all GHCN world stations.
For the May figures see my post:
For the April figures see my post:
For the March figures see my post:
For the February figures see my post:
For the January figures see my post:
For the December figures see my post:
November 2010 departure from normal temperature
November temperature 1900-2010
“The average temperature in November 2010 was 43.3 F. This was 0.8 F warmer than the 1901-2000 (20th century) average, the 46th warmest November in 116 years. The temperature trend for the period of record (1895 to present) is 0.1 degrees Fahrenheit per decade. “
This year, the November temperature is - 5.34 F cooler than1999, the warmest November And if we compare this year’s November with 1949 it is - 2.99 F cooler.
If we compare with1909 this year’s November is - 2.65 F cooler.
That’s what I call WARMING and an eminent treat to humankind!
I thought it would be interesting to look at the regional picture. Especially if you see the bright red areas in the official “Departure from normal” November picture above. Which covers the WHOLE central, and most of the eastern USA, from north to south.
It looks very dramatic doesn’t it?
If you contrast that with the regional one, remember this is from the same people and the same “official data”; the difference is HUGE to say the least.
Compare this departure from normal with the regional ones for East North Central, Central and South and you get a very different picture to say the least!
Here are the 1900-2010 trends per Decade for these regions:
East North Central 0.09F
Ehhh? Where did these huge red areas of Texas and the rest of the south go???
And East North Central? A “warming trend” of 0,009F degrees a year. With this dangerous, accelerated and rapid warming it will take 111 years and 2 months to “warm“a whole 1F degree.
We are REALLY FACING EXTINCTION ARE WE NOT?
And South with a “warming trend” of exactly 0,000F degrees a year??
Whoa – Take cover! Armageddon is here.
This is the “stuff” that “Global Warming” is made of.
And as I said in the beginning – always remember that these figures are based on the official data that has been tweaked, “adjusted” and manipulated to fit there agenda (cool the past, ignore UHI and land use change factors, huge smoothing radius – 1200km etc.)..
East North Central
Here are the rest of the regions (North West, North East, South East, South West, West, West North Central):
West North Central
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