Climate Report: Coldest July Day In History

This is July 6, 2017, and the guy from NASA will park his carcass in from of a microphone, and announce that June was the warmest June in recorded history.

However, the ‘Deplorable Climate Science Blog’ reports that July 5, 2017 was teh coldest July day ever recorded in Greenland.*

Prototype thermometers were in assistance in 1701, so the record goes back a long way. I have checked 25 years of each of the three past 300 years, without finding a colder July temperature, so I would bet my limit, a cuppa joe, that the report is correct.

Click on over and be informed. The Alley will be here when you click back.


*I have verified the temperture, but not all of the hisotry but everyting I checked checks.

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