Monday, August 03, 2009

 

The End of the World Looms Near

Cincinnati finished July without a single day of above average temperature and 28 days of below average.
DYMAXMINAVGDEP
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
18705462-15
19745364-13
20775667-10
21815669-8
22726468-9
23776471-6
24825770-7
25796572-5
26826373-4
27825870-7
28836172-5
29796773-3
30796673-3
31816171-5


Here is the monthly summary:
WEATHEROBSERVED
VALUE  DATE(S)
NORMAL
VALUE
DEPART
FROM
NORMAL
LAST YEAR`S
VALUE DATE(S)
HIGHEST85  07/1086-192  07/20
LOWEST53  07/1965-1247  07/01
AVG. MAXIMUM78.786.4-7.784.9
AVG. MINIMUM61.666.1-4.563.8
MEAN70.176.3-6.274.3
DAYS MAX >= 9007.6-7.66


My hometown of Knoxville, TN also suffered a cool July.
At Knoxville’s McGhee-Tyson Airport, the average high temperature in July was 83.2. Their normal average in July is 87.4. Amazingly, Knoxville hit 90 degrees in July only once. Their average during July is 12 days of 90 degrees or above.
Areas of the West and Southwest are having heat waves.

As we learned from the hysteria when Hurricane Katrina and Rita roared into the Gulf Coast, any deviation from normal is a sign of the Apocalypse. Mankind is adrift in the River Styx and the current is ever swiftening. We have entered the Gates of Hades. Give up hope all ye who enter here.

Global warmingClimate change is upon us. Yes, the end of the world as we know it looms near.

Comments:
You forgot the rule:

Hot days can be used as evidence of Global Warming but cool/cold days CANNOT be used as evidence against. That just doesn't fit the text.
 
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