5 Years Then and Now

5-Years 100 Years Apart

US Temperature Comparison 100 years 1914 and 2014

These are two 5-year monthly temperature graphs 100 years apart using National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) data for comparison.

Because the winters were colder, the graph on he left starts at 20° F rather than 30° like the one on the right. We adjusted the one on the right, so they are the same scale.

Notice how the warmest temperature are not much different between the two graphs 100 years apart. The winters are less cold. The summers are about the same.

Less cold winters is the norm for most places in the US.

It isn’t that the world is getting hotter. Our world is getting a little less cold.

The one on the left is from 1914 to 1919 and the one on the right is from 2014 to 2019.

They are exactly 100 years apart. Over these 100 years the US temperature has risen 1.52° F using monthly data according to NOAA data.

NOAA is considered to have the best data available. Yet, NOAA has been changing their records made available to the public. More than once. And all in one direction, cooling the past and warming the present.