Saturday, July 18, 2009

 

Gimme Some of that Ole Time Global Warming

This morning I caught a short bit on a record 56 consecutive days in New York City of the temperature staying below 85 degrees in May/June/July. A Minnesotan ponders a year without a summer. (Via Instapundit) A few weeks ago, in South Bend, IN, I camped while my son attended football camp, it had been so cool I was forced to buy an extra blanket for sleeping and left wishing I had brought a jacket. (My two trips to Tennessee have been typically hot, comparatively at least.)

Curious, I went to the Nation Weather Service site to check out Cincinnati temperatures. This years summer hasn't felt particularly hot to me, but, as a native Southerner, Ohio weather rarely feels too hot for me. June, 2009 looks like a pretty typical month temperature wise. Ten days of below average temperatures, 2 of average and the rest above with a couple significantly above. July's temperatures surprised me.

July, 2009 to Date for Cincinnati:
TEMPERATURE IN F:
DAYMAXMINAVGDEP
1696266-9
2705965 -10
3786069-6
4725865-10
5756168-8
6825770-6
7845871-5
8786572-4
9806372-4
10856676 0
11826976 0
12826875-1
13826373-3
14826071-5
15786672-4
16846977 0
17786170-7

Every day temperatures are below average except for three average days. Two days 10 degrees below the averge, one day 9 below and anther 8 below. Brrr! These temperatures have made July quite pleasant for outdoor activities, but I'm beginning to worry about another Ice Age.

Comments:
Good job, I'll link to your post instead of writing one.

Played golf last Saturday and I was actually cold.
 
The cold is continuing. I'll write a new post in a few days.
 
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