Yawn: Earth had 5th-hottest June on record

Yeah, that urban heat island effect combined with NASA/NOAA gaming of surface temperature measurement is a b*tch.

USA Today reports:

June was unusually hot around the world. The month’s global temperature was the fifth-highest on record, scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Thursday.

Having a global average temperature of 61.05 degrees F, this June tied with June 2006 for the 5th-hottest since records began in 1880. Only Junes in 1998, 2005, 2010 and 2012 were hotter.

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3 thoughts on “Yawn: Earth had 5th-hottest June on record”

  1. Where I live (Western Canada) we had a miserable, cold June. The map in the article shows this as an above average temperature area. Something is amiss.

  2. Hmmm, seems that 5th warmest doesn’t have the same ring as warmest ever. Not quite as irrelevantly alarming.

  3. … and June 2014 will be the sixth warmist, and so on and so forth until it dawns on them that the world hasn’t warmed for over 15 years already.

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