Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Temperature Change In U.S. Since 1999

Watt's Up With That? has a summary of the data.  Every region of the lower 48 has a declining average winter temperature since 1999 (even though CO2 levels continue to rise worldwide) and 5 of the 9 regions have a declining average summer temperature since 1999.  The overall average for the lower 48 is cooling.  Not quite what you would expect if rising CO2 levels are causing global warming, is it?

1 comment:

  1. Because it's not global warming anymore, good sir. It is now referred to as "anthropogenic climate change." Please update your PC dictionary immediately. Thank you.