By Paul Homewood
According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, in their report, “Confronting Climate Change in the US Northeast”:
This long-familiar climate has already begun changing in noticeable ways, however. Since 1970 the Northeast has been warming at a rate of nearly 0.5 degrees Fahrenheit (°F) per decade. Winter temperatures have risen even faster, at a rate of 1.3°F per decade from 1970 to 2000. This warming has been correlated with many other climate-related changes across the region, including:
• More frequent days with temperatures above 90°F
Notice the completely fraudulent use of the 1970s as the base point.
You will not be surprised to learn that, when we check the full records back to 1900 and earlier, days are no hotter now than they were in the past. Indeed, across the Northeast, the reverse is true, with the hottest days recorded in the early 20thC.
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