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I guess we could say it's colder because it's warmer lol
Even when you look at the heat sinks that cities turn out to be it's not hard to see how the temperatures recorded don't really have a good value to them.
I have, but you ignored it.
I don't think that you have shown me even once .
As well as putting new stations in different places so every new station will have a new set of data
For a station to be considered for any parameter, it must have a minimum of 30 years of data with more than 182 days complete each year.
Can't stop it. It's too late for that. At best we may be able to slow it down to give us more time to adapt.
The way the AGW crowd talks is like we need to stop climate change.
Minimums are getting warmer. Interesting.
In contrast, the minimum temperatures show significant warming. Overall, the Southeastern United States shows the least warming (even some cooling), and the Western United States, Northern Midwest, and New England have experienced the most warming.
The new improved assessment, for the years 1979 to 2008, yields a trend of +0.155C per decade from the high quality sites, a +0.248 C per decade trend for poorly sited locations, and a trend of +0.309 C per decade after NOAA adjusts the data.
Oh and I got that off of the WUWT web site wattsupwiththat.com
reply to post by Phage
Funny you should say the word "trend" because if I am not mistaken one of the big names in the AGW group , could be Hansen mentions that it takes years to constitute a trend ...I will go see if I can find it ...
That's some years.
The new improved assessment, for the years 1979 to 2008...