NOAA reports that in the ten day period from Sept. 11-20, 1695 "low max" records were broken or tied.
One record was broken by 25F!!!! 1695 Low Max Records Broken or Tied From Sept 11 to Sept 20 according to the NOAA. A “Low Max” means that the maximum temperatures for the day was the lowest it has ever been.
And that was at the tail end of summer. It's worth recalling that The Old Farmer's Almanac, which accurately predicted "bitterly cold" weather across the country last year (as mainstream forecasters called for warming) expects a similar set of winter conditions this year, in particular across the midwest and east. Indeed, the earliest snows on record fell a couple of weeks ago in the Dakotas and Minnesota. Meanwhile, conditions in the Pacific simply aren't cooperating with the computer models. On the other hand, the planet as a whole hasn't been cooperating with them either, as things stopped warming nearly two decades ago.
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