Monday, December 06, 2010

One Last Followup on Local Temperature

Today is probably the coldest day of the year so far here at 6:30 in the morning in beautiful central North Carolina.  And yet, things are relatively toasty over on the Okeeweemee Creek in Montgomery County:

That's an average temperature in this little area of 23.5 degrees.  Take out the 36 reading, and the average drops to 19.3, a difference of 4.2 degrees, or about how much the temperature is supposed to change as we wend our way inexorably towards global boiling.  And this temperature is showing up in the early morning hours when it was still dark out, so no solar heating for it yet today.

Unless and until the warmists begin to clean up their data and correct what must be thousands of errors like this, we should continue to ignore them as much as possible.

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