Death Valley set new record for hottest month — avg temp = >107º — avg high = >119º

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❝ According to the National Weather Service, the average temperature for Death Valley in July was a blistering 107.4 degrees. Video provided by Newsy Newslook

Hell on Earth: With an average temperature of 107.39 degrees in July, Death Valley set the record for hottest month at a single location in U.S. history.

❝ Keep in mind that that number is an average of all the high and low temperatures. The average daily high temperature was an unbearable 119.6 degrees.

❝ “It should be noted that this is the hottest average monthly temperature ever measured in the U.S. or, for that matter, anywhere in the Western Hemisphere,” Weather Underground weather historian Christopher Burt…

And, so, the United States is pulling out of the Paris Climate Accords.

2 thoughts on “Death Valley set new record for hottest month — avg temp = >107º — avg high = >119º

  1. Reality ✓ says:

    “Evidence of climate change abounds amid extreme weather in the Pacific Northwest” (Washington Post 8/14/17)
    “Greenland, the land of ice and snow, is burning” (Grist 8/9/17) [many links]
    “State of the Climate in 2016” : Special Supplement to the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society Vol. 98, No. 8, August 2017
    An international, peer-reviewed publication released each summer, the State of the Climate is the authoritative annual summary of the global climate published as a supplement to the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.
    The report, compiled by NOAA’s Center for Weather and Climate at the National Centers for Environmental Information is based on contributions from scientists from around the world. It provides a detailed update on global climate indicators, notable weather events, and other data collected by environmental monitoring stations and instruments located on land, water, ice, and in space.

  2. 4theRecord says:

    (October 24, 2017, 4:29 PM EDT): In Orange County, the city of Fullerton soared to 107°F on Monday. According to WU weather historian Christopher Burt, this is likely the hottest single temperature recorded anywhere in the United States so late in the year. Even Death Valley has never recorded a temperature this high after October 16 in any year! For comparison, the national U.S. record high for November is 105°F, most recently at Tustin Irvine Ranch, California, in 1997.
    Another impressive mark: downtown Los Angeles (the University of Southern California campus) hit 102°F. Prior to Monday, the downtown station had never topped 100°F after October 17, in records going all the way back to 1877. Incredibly, the USC downtown station got even hotter on Tuesday, reaching 103°F at 1 pm.

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