The Daily Chart: Record Heat, Then and Now

Get ready for the all-time climate cult jamboree at the end of this year, as 2024 is shaping up to the planet’s “hottest year ever on record” (with “on record” being a key part of this panic attack). Judith Curry has a terrific post up on her site a few days ago explaining how a hot year was predicted for this year not because of rising CO2 levels, but the massive Hunga-Tonga volcano eruption last year, which we covered here and here.

Meanwhile, the U.S. is suffering a sustained heat wave right now, with the word “record” thrown around, except that we are likely not exceeding high temp records that go back almost a century, though different data sets have different markings:

Here’s a different high temp record from various past years:

The same ahistorical climate hysteria is going on in Canada apparently:

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