Northern Europe July Temperature Sees NO WARMING Over Past Decades. Global July Not A Record High!

By Kirye
and Pierre Gosselin

Parts of Europe have seen a couple of brief but intense heat waves this summer, and so some of the public got brainwashed by the media into thinking the continent’s summer climate is rapidly getting hotter and that all this is the new normal.

Yet, when we examine the unaltered data from the Japan Meteorology Agency (JMA) for locations in northern Europe that have long-term datasets available, we see there has been no July warming trend over the past decades. Media reports suggesting otherwise are nonsense.


Looking at 6 stations in Ireland, we have the following for July:

Data source: JMA.

Overall, Ireland’s mean July temperatures have been cooling off modestly over the past 3 decades and more, even though three stations are located at airports.


In the Nordic country of Sweden, where we find a very high amount of climate alarmism, July tempweratures there have changed very little over the past 2 decades, according to data from the JMA:

Data source: JMA.


In neighboring Finland, we find the following trends:

In Finland, 5 of 6 stations show no warming in July over the past two decades. Data source: JMA.

NOAA fudges, fakes a “new global July record”

The chart that set off the media claims of a record hot July globally was one provided to the media by the NOAA:

Note how the NOAA chart above shows records in areas where there were no thermometers to record earlier data. and infilled data are made up to show records.

Compare the above chart, which was issued to the public, to the one that results from surface thermometers across the globe below. Note the numerous, large gray areas which show no data are available.

Many of these areas were simply filled in with fantasy data.

Satellite data show no record

So what do the satellites, which have been measuring the the complete surface – without huge gaps – since 1979, tell us about July? No doubt the month was a hot one, but Dr. Roy Spencer here tells us it was probably only the 4th warmest July.

According to Dr. Spencer, the NOAA “record” results “come from a fairly limited and error-prone array of thermometers which were never intended to measure global temperature trends.”

He says their accuracy is hampered by problems such as urbanization, poor ocean temperature measurement methodology and that “both land and ocean temperatures are notoriously incomplete geographically.”

To show how greatly temperature measurement can vary, Spencer presents a Reanalysis chart for July:

Dr. Spencer comments: “Note from that figure how distorted the news reporting was concerning the temporary hot spells in France, which the media reports said contributed to global-average warmth.”


13 responses to “Northern Europe July Temperature Sees NO WARMING Over Past Decades. Global July Not A Record High!”

  1. A C Osborn

    Man made warming = Adjustments.

  2. Don B

    Tony Heller has an 8 minute video about the claimed global heat record.

  3. Christopher Hanley

    The deep red “record warmest” is applied to large areas where there are no data but that’s OK, the process of inventing non-existent data has been peer reviewed — that means they all do it:
    ‘Voodoo science’ indeed.

  4. Graeme No.3

    Thanks to commentator Broadlands on NOT A LOT of PEOPLE KNOW THAT

    From the Smithsonian’s “World Weather Records” the mean annual temperature at Stykkisholmur, Iceland for the decade of the 1930s was 4.7°C. The current annual “normals” average 3.5°C… 1.2°C lower.

    But they have just had a funeral ceremony (and plaque) for a glacier.

    1. Yonason

      The reason there was no plaque there for the last time that glacier disappeared is because the people who lived back then had a lot more common sense, not to mention having more important things to do, like survive.

      That reminds me. I have to check if the headstone for my pet rock is finished yet. The funeral’s tomorrow.

  5. Val

    All this is a means to an end that this website, or any other website never discusses. The big picture the all this supports. See this video:

    “Celebrities, activists, environmentalist organizations, the UN, government entities and sadly, even the Vatican support the theory that humans cause climate change. However, in this exclusive interview, “global warming” expert and author [ “Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change” ] Marc Morano gives you hard-hitting arguments and facts that dispel the artificial fear propagated by “climate emergency” alarmists..[…]” He also discusses the big picture that the ‘climate’ issue contributes to — it, and its accompanying memes, are geared toward inducing massive global regulation of every element of human existance.

  6. Zoe Phin

    We should welcome warming. Everytime satellites show more radiation leaving the earth (warming), it invalidates the co2 hypothesis of warming-due-to-less-emitted-radiation-to-space.

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  8. Natalie

    And in Alberta, Canada, the temperatures have been 20-25 degrees Celsius below normal for all of July and August, with record rainfall for the last 11 weeks

  9. Scott McDonald

    Not quite Natalie. Alberta has been 10-15 degrees FAHRENHEIT below normal MUCH of July and August. Our average daytime high in July is 23 degrees C (73F) and August is 22 degrees C (72F).

    0 degrees Celsius equals 32F = freezing point.

  10. Stu

    Ty for this. Try finding anything on google it’s so insanely censored towards bringing up what our UN overlords want us to read it’s absolutely shocking. People ask when you say show me the science that proves you are right to say man made climate change is not substantiated how can you do that when you tell them to search for something and their main point of reference simply wont bring it up without highly specific searches

    1. Yonason

      Their search engine used to be excellent, but with all the changes they’ve made to it, they have ruined it.

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