John mentions below that the satellite global temperature data continue to run flat (but the climate campaign rolls on run-flat tires, so never mind), but here’s another fun factoid just out: with the summer drawing toward a close, so far this summer in the US has experienced the fewest 100+ degree readings at temperature stations in 100 years. (See chart below.)
What should be concluded from this? Precisely nothing. However, if the data were otherwise, what do you suppose the climateers would say? I doubt anyone would even be willing to make book on this. Live by the extreme weather anecdote, die by the extreme weather anecdote.