3782 record lows in just seven days! “Records haven’t merely been ‘broken’, they’ve been utterly obliterated.”

These numbers will increase over the coming days, as data from this month’s historic Arctic outbreak continue to roll in — but as it stands, from Oct 20 to Oct 26 the Unites States set a total of 3,782 new LOW temperature records vs just the 518 max.

This feat is even more impressive when you consider that the data is coming from NOAA, an agency with a “checkered” warm-mongering past to say the least, and one that routinely ignores the key component propping up what’s left of the global warming theory: the Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect.

Over the past 7 days, a whopping 3,434 new DAILY low temp records were set (vs the 517 max)234 new MONTHLY low temp records fell (vs just the 1 max), and a staggering 114 ALL-TIME low temp records were toppled (vs 0 for max).

Moreover, records haven’t merely been “broken”, they’ve been utterly obliterated. As NWS meteorologist Corby Dickerson said recently: “It’s not normal to set this many records in this short of a time – and monumental records … It’s truly remarkable. There’s no other way to describe it.”

For decades it has been hammered into us that extreme cold events and severe snowstorms will be “a thing of the past”, that a steadily warming world will see the back of recording breaking lows and all time heavy snows.

Over the past 7 Days, the United States broke 3,782 Low Temperature Records vs just the 518 Max

Thanks to Laurel and Kenneth Lund for this link



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October 30, 2020 at 12:39PM

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