Extreme heat

Warm or hot temperatures are far less deadly than cold temperatures. Also, the lion’s share of warming that has occurred has impacted morning low temperatures rather than afternoon high temperatures, and cold winter months rather than hot summer months.

NPR’s Claims on Heatwaves, Drought, Fires Prove False

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NPR’s “All Things Considered” program is claiming climate change is causing in increase in heatwaves, drought, and wildfires. Utilizing supposition instead of data, NPR presents no scientific evidence to back up its claim that...

Temperature Hits 100 Degrees Above Arctic Circle, Just Like 100 Years Ago

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Over the past few days, the news media, social media, and even the Drudge Report have been overheating about a 100-degree temperature reading in Siberia. For example, a trending tweet, below, claims Siberia is...

Media Botches Reporting on Heat and Drought in Vermont

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Among the top Google News search results today under “climate change” is a story in the VT Digger (motto: “News in pursuit of truth”) claiming recent warm, dry weather in Vermont is a sign...

No, June 2020 Was Not the Hottest June on Record

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The Washington Post and other media outlets are claiming June 2020 was the hottest June on record. Not surprisingly, that is fake news and a lie. Let’s set the record straight. The root of the...

Climate Alarmism, Not Temperatures, Set Arctic Records

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Stories claiming global warming is setting all-time heat and wildfire records in Siberia and the Arctic continue to dominate media attention this week. Objective scientific evidence, however, shows the summer has brought similar heat...

New Climate Summary: Heatwaves Are LESS Frequent and Severe

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Heatwaves during recent decades remain far less frequent and severe than was the case during the 1930s – nearly 100 years of global warming ago, reports a new topical summary at the website Climate...

Media hypes 130°F Death Valley Temperature – but it’s still short of the 134°F...

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On Sunday, August 16th the National Weather Service in Las Vegas, Nevada sent out a Tweet highlighting a new maximum daily temperature of 130°F in Death Valley: Predictably, the media jumped on this number with...

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