US cold records July 2019

The claims are STILL being bandied about the internet: "July 2019 was the planet's warmest month in 140 years of record keeping," and "no land or ocean areas had record-cold temperatures in July."

From to, from to the — every corner of the mainstream press willingly lapped-up the NOAA article and repackaged it as unequivocal fact.

I still haven't quite worked out if NOAA's assertions are brilliant obfuscations or downright dirty lies.

But either way, according to data from their own website, the number of U.S. weather stations busting all-time daily record low-minimum temperatures in July, 2019 totaled 938.

"No land or ocean areas had record-cold temperatures in July"?

And it gets better still:

Again according to NOAA's own official data, the all-time daily record high-maximum temperatures for July, 2019 totaled just 522 — meaning the cold records bested the hots by almost 2-1.

And turning to the monthly records, no less than 32 U.S. weather stations either tied or busted their coldest ever recorded temperatures for the month of July this year.

And again: "No land or ocean areas had record-cold temperatures in July"?

Government agencies like NOAA, for one reason or another, feel the need to push a warming agenda. But, unfortunately for them, people have eyes in their heads, and many have brains in their, too. Folks have sticks to measure the fallen snow, and basic thermometers in their backyards to track temps.

We're all force-fed a narrative, while our everyday observations paint an entirely different story.

Agency lies and obfuscations need to stop.

The climate is not catastrophically warming.

The evidence actually suggests quite the opposite is occurring: historically low solar activity is now driving global average temperatures lower.

The winter of 2019/20 is shaping up to be a doozy — new all-time cold record followed new all-time cold record will likely be set as the snowpack piles-up and the temperature tumbles.

Keep an eye on the UAH Satellite-Based Temperature of the Global Lower Atmosphere (located in the Electroverse sidebar) as it's probably the best tool we have. Expect the temp departure from the '81-'10 average to touch baseline again very soon. Also look for the Greenland Ice Sheet to see healthy SMB gains this season, and likewise with Arctic Ice Thickness and Total Snow Mass for the NH.

The cold times are returning.

Natural global warming is over, the sun's Grand Solar Maximum has ended, and we are now all living the onset of the next Grand Solar Minimum.

Even stuffy NASA agrees, in part at least, with their forecast for the next solar cycle (25) revealing it will be "the weakest of the past 200 years" (for more on that see the link at the bottom of the page).

NASA solar cycle 25 prediction