A 10-Year Cooling Trend?

In Climate Change, Environment by JD King1 Comment

Where, oh where, has global warming gone?

“Data from America’s most advanced climate monitoring system shows the U.S. has undergone a cooling trend over the last decade, despite recent claims by government scientists that warming has accelerated worldwide during that time,” reports the Daily Caller.

Below is a graph put together by meteorologist Anthony Watts.

uscrn-trend-plot-from-ncdc-data

“Watts’s plotting of U.S. Surface Climate Observing Reference Networks (USCRN) data comes after NOAA researchers put out a study claiming there’s been no “hiatus” in global warming– a 15-year period with no significant rise in the world’s average temperature. Basically, NOAA made adjustments to weather stations, buoys and ships that increased the warming trend from older data.”

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  1. davidapple60@yahoo.com'

    Why is the NOAA calling for record heat in first quarter 2016! Are they sharing different databases or recording devices?. Hum? Can you elaborate so I can defend my position against these alarmist

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