By Paul Homewood


Climate At A Glance

Year to Date (Jan – Oct) Temperature
Contiguous United States




According to the NCDC, the contiguous USA is heading for its warmest year on record. As at the end of October, mean temperatures are running at 58.4F. At the same stage of the year, second place goes to 2000, with 57.3F, while 1934 was just behind with 57.1F.

We have already seen that satellite temperatures from UAH and RSS show less warming this year for the US. They suggest that NCDC have overestimated temperatures this year by about 0.4C, compared to last.

Now more evidence has emerged, which supports this assertion.

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