in 2010, we were told by leading climate expert David Suzuki that the Vancouver winter Olympics were ruined by global warming.
July 14, 1954 was the hottest day on record – averaging 101 degrees, with a maximum of 115 and a minimum of 87.
July 15, 1954 was the second hottest day on record, with a maximum of 113 and a minimum of 85.
July 18, 1936 was the third hottest day on record, with a maximum of 114 degrees and a minimum of 80.
Here’s a fun exercise from NOAA. Plot winter temperatures from 1945-1955 using the average of winters 2005-2011 as the baseline. Out of the period, 5 years were slightly warmer to significantly warmer than the winters of the past 6 years. In 1954, the average winter temperature was 36.3 degrees F. Compare this to the 31.12 degrees F and 32.15 degrees F for winters 2010 and 2011 respectively.What a reality check.
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