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Official Data Reveals the U.S. has Broken more All-Time Low Temperature Records than Max in 2019

Hottest day, week, month, year EVER, right…? That’s what we’re led to believe…? Well, looking at the official data from NOAA, an organisation known for warm-mongering and even data-tampering, the temperature records set this year reveal a truth that even they can’t hide…!

Looking at the ‘year-to-date’ U.S. All-Time Records Summary from NOAA, a total of 60 new record LOW MINIMUM temperatures have been set compared to the 41 new HIGH MAXIMUMS.

These ALL-TIME records are for the YEAR — not for the day or month which have a higher-tendency to skew the overall picture.

But saying that, even these daily and monthly records aren’t following the narrative we’re being fed:

NOAA’s U.S. DAILY Records Summary reveals that, in the year-to-date, some 10,447 new MAX records have been set, as opposed to the 9,567 new LOW records. The MAX’s are winning but only just, hardly at the 3-1 or 4-1 ratio the MSM would have us believe.

And additional problems arise when relying on data tools such as NOAA’s Daily Weather Records:

NOAA state this themselves: “[Our] tools provides simplistic counts of records to provide insight into recent climate behavior, but is not a definitive way to identify trends in the number of records set over time.” And they go on: “the number of records may be strongly influenced by station density [from state to state and from year to year].”

An example, if you ONLY rely on NOAA’s temp records, September 9th, 2019 looked like a warm one.

On the day, a total of 95 MAXIMUM temperature records were either tied or broken across the U.S., as opposed to the 35 LOW ones. However, when you check with the temp anomalies that actually occurred that day, an entirely different picture emerges. The day was cold for the majority of the U.S. with the only real pocket of heat being in the SE:

GFS TEMP ANOMALIES (C) for SEPT 9

What really happened that day, Sept 09


But if ONLY relying on NOAA’s temp records –which many MSM outlets do– then the almost 3-1 ratio of max vs low temp records means Sept 9th enters the books as anomalously warm, which doesn’t reflect the reality at all.

DAILY MAX TEMPS (LEFT) vs DAILY LOW TEMPS (RIGHT) for Sept 9th


Location and density of weather stations needs to be factored in, as does the Urban Heat Island effect which I, along with Roy Spencer PhD. and many others, are now thoroughly convinced is exaggerating the global thermometer records warming trends (click here for more on that).

The cold times ARE returning, with now even those most dubious of official data sets struggling to mask it.

Historically low solar activity is driving global average temperatures lower.

Even NASA agrees, in part at least, with their SC25 forecast revealing this next solar cycle will be “the weakest of the past 200 years” (for more, see the link at the bottom of the page).


With what should be a doozy of a fall/early winter, NOAA’s new all-time yearly LOW temp records for 2019 should outnumber MAXIMUMS by at least 2-1.

I look forward to the MSM explaining that one…

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  1. warren Schaich

    Great important climate truth!

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