New York City breaks 103-year-old cold record

Blows away old record set in 1914,

says PhD meteorologist Ryan Maue.

0245 AM EST SAT NOV 11 2017



Thanks to Glenn Cuthbert for this info

9 thoughts on “New York City breaks 103-year-old cold record”

  1. Wow. Really.

    Records from 1914? Bullshit records. What was the Temperature in 1650? 1275? 955? Hmm?

    Comparing “records” back 100 years, when the land mass of New York has been around for, what, 2 Billiion years is STUPIDITY.

    This is also why the new “label” for “man made (fill in the blank)” will be “Extreme Weather”……caused from man made….whatever…….just whatever it takes to have this One World Tax the rulers want so bad.

    Global Warming has run out of BS. Climate Change has become to obvious, even for the average fool, so they need something to SCARE the average fool into accepting a bigger Income Tax.

    Extreme Weather.

    • Fortunately the thermometer developed from the 1670s onwards
      Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit
      Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686-1736) was the German physicist who invented the alcohol thermometer in 1709, and the mercury thermometer in 1714. In 1724, he introduced the temperature scale that bears his name – Fahrenheit Scale.
      Anders Celsius
      The Celsius temperature scale is also referred to as the “centigrade” scale. Centigrade means “consisting of or divided into 100 degrees”. The Celsius scale, invented by Swedish Astronomer Anders Celsius (1701-1744), has 100 degrees between the freezing point (0 C) and boiling point (100 C) of pure water at sea level air pressure. The term “Celsius” was adopted in 1948 by an international conference on weights and measures.
      Anders Celsius was born in Uppsala, Sweden in 1701, where he succeeded his father as professor of astronomy in 1730. It was there that he built Sweden’s first observatory in 1741, the Uppsala Observatory, where he was appointed director. He devised the centigrade scale or “Celsius scale” of temperature in 1742. He was also noted for his promotion of the Gregorian calendar, and his observations of the aurora borealis. In 1733, his collection of 316 observations of the aurora borealis was published and in 1737 he took part in the French expedition sent to measure one degree of meridian in the polar regions. In 1741, he directed the building of Sweden’s first observatory.

      Written records, remember those, tabulated hand writing records lasts forever, difficult to homogenise or falsify as in NOAA case. Just because the World started in 1970 when computer began creating data stores and after man landed on the Moon, whose validity depends on the honesty of the people who look after them. At the moment the Vandals are manging the world climate data records. No wonder reality says the world has started to cool and the models are racing to a Venus hot house world.

  2. The warmists would have us all commuting on bicycles in shorts and tee shirts in the middle of November.Those of us who are smart enough will pay attention to the empirical evidence and prepare accordingly. Those that blindly buy into the latest AGW weather meme … Caveat Emptor….

  3. I think records for a specific day are not so important but the monthly average has some significance with the seasonal average, three months a much more credible, usable number.

  4. November 11, 2017: Wind, blizzard, icy conditions: a storm warning is announced in 3 regions of Kazakhstan.
    In East Kazakhstan, Pavlodar, North-Kazakhstan and Akmola regions, fog, ice, blizzard, wind 15-20 m / s are expected in some places, gusts up to 30 m / s in the East Kazakhstan region.
    In Almaty, partly cloudy weather, no precipitation, up to +12. “The north-west wind is in some places 15-20, gusts are 30 m / s,” the statement says. In Aktobe, Karaganda and Zhambyl regions – fog and ice.
    In Kostanay and North-Kazakhstan regions, the wind is expected to reach 20 m / s, a snowstorm, and sometimes ice. In the East Kazakhstan region, there are some precipitations, the wind is real 15-20 m / s, fog, + 1 + 6.

  5. The smarter have seen this coming for years now. These smarter have invested in farmland at lower latitudes. These smarter have bought stock in manufacturers of heating related products.

    It’s only going to get colder. Global cooling is on and will be on for years, perhaps decades.

    Claiming that mankind can change the climates found at the various latitudes is the height of hubris and stupidity.


  6. Don’t forget! We’re talking 1914 v/s 2017
    How many people then and now? How about cars, industry, heaters,
    planes etc. that elevate the NY City temperatures?
    When we compare this temperatures we probably have to adjust it the same way we do as when we’re talking about wages.
    It is totally different if we measure temperatures in sparsely populated areas vs airport/city center/car packed streets temperatures.

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