Northeast US – Coldest Year Since 1917

Northeast US – Coldest Year Since 1917

“This region includes climate dimwits Sheldon Whitehouse and Barack Obama – who believe they are overheating,” says Steven Goddard website.

Not only is it their coldest year since 1917, it is their third coldest year on record.

Thanks to Ronald Baker for this link

11 thoughts on “Northeast US – Coldest Year Since 1917

  1. Yup… Many areas experienced one of their coldest Jan-June period on record. Syracuse never had such a cold first half of a year. Caribou Maine annual Average is still below freezing…in July!

    No 90°F yet for Islip, Bridgeport, Providence, Boston, Albany, Binghamton, Youngstown, OH, Fort Wayne,IN, Burlington, VT
    Worcester, MA, Buffalo, NY, Bangor, Caribou

    • Let’s see how this is spun to be the “warmest year on record” by measuring the temp right next to an active volcano. 🙂

  2. I was totally stunned today to see a headline and article on AOL / Huffington Post today, with the headline, “Scientists Warn ‘Mini Ice Age’ Could Bring Deep Freeze,” describing the work by Professor Valentina Zharkova in the U.K., regarding a coming major reduction in solar output that may result in another Maunder Minimum.

    How did that get past the censors? Heads will roll at AOL / HuffPo for letting that cat out of the bag. Check it out soon, before it’s removed.

    • today on spaceweather…
      why?? then are we to place implicit trust in the AGW “models they also finetuned using past weather??
      if these arent reliable then

      neither are the warmists

      hell half of them when run backwards are so far wrong its laughable.!
      and as for present/future theyre just plain pathetically wrong!

      ICE AGE NEWS REPORTS ARE EXAGGERATED: Stop the presses. The mainstream media is reporting a sensational new study about the sun’s inner magnetic dynamo. According to a double-dynamo model advanced by researchers at Northumbria University, solar activity could drop by 60% in the 2030s, mimicking conditions during the Little Ice Age of the 17th century. A widely copied quote-fragment from lead researcher Valentina Zharkova notes that “…we found that our predictions showed an accuracy of 97%.” In fact, the model has never successfully predicted any future solar activity. So far it has only been used to “predict” solar cycles from 1976 to 2008. Almost any model can be fine-tuned to match the past. As forecasting tools, previous dynamo models have failed spectacularly. The double-dynamo model of Zharkova et al may yet prove to be correct, but until it passes the test of correctly predicting future solar activity, there is no reason to worry about an historic decline in sunspots, much less an Ice Age. Indeed, it is more likely that the reverse is true.

      • Yes, read the release about the proposed double dynamo of Sol theory. I wondered if this disturbance deep inside Sol could be the beginning of a more compact solar material. I really like The Surface of the Sun website by M Molina. Myself I am betting on our sun being a cloaked magnetar.

    • Many branches of the mainstream media covered it, so I doubt that it will be taken down but it does make one wonder why. Perhaps they want to set it up for some kind of attack or perhaps they want to find a way to incorporate it into their climate change narrative.

  3. I would guess that when the little ice age engulfs the Northern US we will still be seeing the following headlines with no mention of the extreme cold. Until the Oceans start giving up their heat we will continue to set heat records no matter what the air temperature is.

    “This Year Is Headed for the Hottest on Record, by a Long Shot”

    ” We broke the record. Again.

    Last month was the hottest May on record, and the past five months were the warmest start to a year on record, according to new data released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. It’s a continuation of trends that made 2014 the most blistering year for the surface of the planet, in records going back to 1880. “

  4. Can we please have some of that cold over here in the Seattle area? We’ve been hotter than normal, and far dryer than normal. I’d love to shake this unusual weather and get back to our cool and rainy conditions.

  5. Obama keeps turning up the thermostat at the White House, so, yes, he see warming!
    You are correct, Robert, for there will be “Fighting in the streets” before the “Global Terrorists” finally see the light.

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