and Pierre Gosselin
With Britain getting set to leave the climate-hysterical European Union, it probably may not have to participate in the nutty EU idea to go carbon free by 2050.
Not only would going carbon-free threaten the economy and security in a profound way, but CO2 just doesn’t seem to be having the impact on Britain’s climate that the alarmists say it is.
Looking at the November data available for close to 20 stations across the UK (except for Ireland), many stations show a cooling trend.
Data source: JMA
All the plots were made using data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA).Overall 12 of the 20 stations plotted show a cooling trend. Taken as a whole, the UK shows no statistically significant warming since 1998 in November, meaning winters aren’t getting shorter and not much is happening climate-wise in November.
Following Europe on climate policy would bring no result and end up costing a fortune.
No Christmas Day warming trend in US
On another note, the US East coast is set to warm up just in time for the Christmas holidays this year. And already the media are getting set scream bloody climate murder.
But meteorologist Chris Martz shows that warm Christmas days on the US East Coast are nothing new, New York City, for example has seen a number of warm Christmas days since temperature recording began.
Check out some of New York City’s balmiest Christmases:
𝗪𝗮𝗿𝗺𝗲𝘀𝘁 𝗡𝗬𝗖 𝗖𝗵𝗿𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗺𝗮𝘀𝗲𝘀
1. 2015: 66°F
2. 1889 and 1982: 64°F
3. 1940 and 2014: 62°F
4. 1979: 61°F
5. 1964: 60°F
6. 1932, 1965, and 1994: 59°F
7. 1893: 58°F
8. 2008: 57°F
9. 1936: 56°F
10. 1915 and 1933: 55°F
This year's forecast: 44°F
— Chris Martz Weather (@ChrisMartzWX) December 21, 2019
Also what follows are the warmest recorded Christmas Day temperatures in Washington DC, according to Chris Martz:
Chris Martz also plotted the Washington DC Christmas Day high temperatures, see below. Well what do you know? Is there a warming trend?