The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has been caught exaggerating ‘global warming’ again by massively manipulating the raw temperature data for the recent record-breaking cold across the northeastern U.S.
According to the NOAA’s charts, there was nothing unusual about this winter’s record breaking cold weather. Yet it caused sharks to freeze in the ocean and iguanas to drop out of trees.
Note NOAA’s January 2018 chart for the Northeast U.S. covering regions that had just experienced record-breaking cold.
But compared to the National Weather Service who wrote at the end of the winter:
The winter of 2013-14 finished as one of the coldest winters in recent memory for New York State. Snowfall across Western and North Central New York was above normal for many areas, and in some locations well above normal. This winter comes on the heels of two previous mild winters, making the cold and snow thisThis post was originally published on this site