Tag Archives: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

We’ve known for decades that climate models are unreliable for making climate projections; Will NASA, NOAA, NCAR and IPCC refund the US taxpayer money they wasted trying to use climate models to make future global warming scenario projections and catastrophic claims?

“NASA has conceded that climate models lack the precision required to make climate projections due to the inability to accurately model clouds.” click here

Overwhelming evidence of temperature record collusion

“I am going to show you the evidence now why the only way this could have happened is via collusion between the agencies. There is not enough data available to generate a coherent global long-term temperature record, much less have close agreement by independent agencies.click here

USCRN temperature stations show no warming since 2005

“When American climate alarmists claim to have witnessed the effects of global warming, they must be referring to a time beyond 14 years ago. That is because there has been no warming in the United States since at least 2005, according to updated data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).” click here

Climate fraud explained; Question and object to NOAA/NASA temperature data tampering

Urban surface temperature increases due to urban heat island effect

NOAA hidden data indicates US below normal temperatures so far in 2019

“Little known data from the state of the art U.S. Climate Reference Network (which never seems to make it into NOAA’s monthly “state of the climate” reports) show that for the past nine months, six of them were below normal, shown in bold below.” click here

100 Years of NOAA Contiguous US Climate Data – Extremes and Averages

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“This book presents graphs of NOAA climate data for each of the 9 NOAA Climate Regions of the Contiguous United States, for the Contiguous United States as a whole, and for each of the 48 contiguous United States individually. More specifically, for the 100-year period of 1919 to 2018, this book presents time-series comparison graphs, along with their linear trends, of the highest of the monthly highs per year and the lowest of the monthly lows per year—the extremes—and also the averages per year for NOAA:

  • Precipitation (PCP) data (presented in inches),
  • Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI) data, and
  • Near-surface air temperature (TMAX, TAVG, & TMIN) data (presented in degrees Fahrenheit)…

…for each of the Contiguous United States as a whole, for the 9 NOAA U.S. Climate Regions, and for each of the 48 (contiguous) States individually.” click here