Guest essay by Larry Hamlin
NOAA has released its September 2023 Contiguous U.S. USCRN temperature anomaly data shown below with the years 2015, 2019, 2021 and 2022 recorded USCRN September temperature anomaly data exceeding the year 2023 September 1.93 F value. This data is from the state-of-the-art U.S. Climate Reference Network which has all of their stations properly sited away from heat sources/biases by design.
NOAA’s September 2023 contiguous U.S. temperature anomaly USCRN data result does not support alarmist propaganda claims of a “climate emergency”.
Additionally, NOAA’s National Time Series 3-month maximum temperatures for the contiguous U.S. between July and September 2023 do not support climate alarmist media propaganda claims of “record high summer temperatures in 2023” based on this latest September 2023 NOAA data shown below.
NOTE: You can see the USCRN data on the WUWT sidebar. There is an explanatory page to go with it here.