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The Weather Service says…

By Alan Caruba


13 Jul 09 - Below is a recent post by the U.S. Weather Service. I have added some boldface to elements of the text.

     - Due to the unusually cool and wet conditions in June…here are some
        interesting facts to note:

     - This June is tied for the 8th coolest on record. The average temperature
        was 67.5. (That’s) 3.7 degrees below normal…which also occurred in 1897.

     - This was the coolest June since 1958…when the average temperature
        as 67.2 degrees.

     - Below average temperatures occurred on 23 out of 30 days this June…
       or 75 percent of the month

     - Central Park has not hit 90 degrees in the month of June this year.
        The last time this occurred was back in 1996.

     - Central Park has not hit 85 degrees in the month of June this year.
        The last time this occurred was back in 1916. This has only occurred
        two other times…1903 and 1886.

     - The low temperature dipped below 60 degrees eleven times in the
        month of June. The last time this occurred was in 2003 when it occurred
        seventeen times.

     - It was the second wettest June on record with 10.06 inches of rain.
        The wettest June on record is 2003 with 10.27 inches.

     - There were 19 days this June where there was at least 0.01 inches of
        rainfall. This has never occurred in Central Park.

One month does not a climate cycle make, but when one considers that the Earth has been cooling since 1998, it is a snapshot of things to come. Given the recent effort by the Environmental Protection Agency to silence one of its analysts whose report debunked the entire rational for the “Cap-and-Trade” bill passed by the House, it is amazing that the U.S. Weather Service is being permitted by the Stalinist Obama administration to actually report some “interesting facts” that demonstrate that the weather for the U.S. is cooling, not warming.

The cooling being seen now reflects the way that, from around 1300 to 1850, much of Europe and North America suffered through a mini-ice age.

Simple logic and common sense suggests, given the very low sunspot activity of late, that we are headed into a similar climate cycle and the low temperatures in June, not seen since as far back as 1867 and 1903 appear to confirm this.

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