20 Years Of U.S. Winters Getting Colder
NOAA dataset reveals that U.S. winters (November, December, January), over the last 20 years, have cooled at a -2.5°F per century rate.
The empirical evidence continues to build within the climate science community that the world is experiencing some type of global cooling phase as a result of natural climate change forces.
[...] As has been widely documented, the ‘standstill‘ in global temperatures has taken place over the last 15+ years. In addition, the continental U.S. has actually been cooling over that same time period. [Update: Of course, there is also the central portion of England that now has a 25-year cooling trend, as previously discussed.]
And now NOAA has just released their U.S. dataset update, which reveals that U.S. winters (November, December, January), over the last 20 years, have cooled at a -2.5°F per century rate. The adjacent NOAA/NCDC web site chart depicts that cooling trend.