Will 2013 be one of the ten coldest years in U.S. history?

Answer this question

  • Will 2013 be one of the ten coldest years in U.S. history?


Answer #1 | 21/12 2013 17:27
It doesn't quite look like it. >>The year-to-date contiguous U.S. temperature was 54.4°F, 0.5°F** above the 20th century average, the 35th warmest January-November on record. Below-average temperatures were present for much of the Mississippi River Valley and the Southeast. Above-average temperatures were observed in the West, Northeast, and Florida.<< But - what does this have to do with multidecadal global temperature signals and AGW? Why would it matter if it was one of the 10 coldest? In fact, if it was one of the 10 coldest globally, why would it matter?
Positive: 100 %
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 00:11
Just look at Harley. Ha! Ha! The US wasn't around during those years. This shows the second coldest spring in history. It tracks with what is happening. Just look at the real deniers here. They think the earth is warming when it is not. They think that CO2 controls the temperature, when the Earth has proven that it doesn't. They think the sea is rising when it is at the same level that it was when the Pilgrims landed. They think James Hansen is an honest guy when he has been caught red handed in corrupting vital data. They put their trust in Phil Jones, an admitted liar. They don't know the difference between theory and reality. They apparently hate Steve Goddard when he hasn't been caught in a lie but will kiss up to the likes of Mann and Al Gore, an admitted liar. Quote by Al Gore, former U.S. vice president, and large CO2 producer: "I believe it is appropriate to have an over-representation of factual presentations on how dangerous it is, as a predicate for opening up the audience to listen to what the solutions are, and how hopeful it is that we are going to solve this crisis." Naturally you will see them bring out their phony facts and figures. They can't understand simple concepts in cooling or heating. That is cooling folks, in case you can't understand charts. It isn't warming. (Of course, I see some of them want to push this to multi-decadal and write it off as only weather. Again moving the goal posts.)
Positive: 100 %
Answer #3 | 22/12 2013 16:26
All the weather experts and the farmer's almanac agree that USA will experience the coldest winters the next few years. I don't know about what it will be like in the Philippines.
Positive: 100 %
Answer #4 | 21/12 2013 17:45
You will wake up eventually I think it might at least be in the top 15 if not in the top ten "The combined global land and ocean average surface temperature for the year-to-date (January–November) was 0.62°C (1.12°F) above the 20th century average of 14.0°C (57.2°F), tying with 2002 as the fourth warmest such period on record.' This is from The first ten months of this year were 7th best now the first 11 months are tied as fourth warmest Sorry I missed that you said US but as ThatG says this is the global warming forum so bottom line global temps take presidence
Answer #5 | 21/12 2013 16:50
not even close the mini ice age of the 1500/1600s saw temperatures away below what we have now and the entire planet has gone through several ice ages , 120 years of records is irrelevant in a planet that is several billion years old

Possible answer