Welcome to New Hampshire Climate Audit
It seems to have become self-evident with
climate science issues that you can make any claim regardless of what
the data shows, as long as you do not have to release the data. At some
point, this will be exposed by someone who will understand the
significance of what certain people have done to science.
What is happening to our climate in New Hampshire? This site gives an annual analysis of temperature data from The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for the past 114 years. The first year of the analysis was 1895 and the last year was 2009.
The last 114 years - Updated for the year 2009
The NOAA data is complete in that it did not skip any years, we tried
to analyze data from
other sources but found
data files that were corrupt and could not be viewed.
If you look at the graph below the blue line shows the calculated 11 year moving average. No surprises here, it's been warming but it has leveled out and is now declining.
The green line shows 33 year or intermediate term moving average. This shows that the intermediate term average has been fairly steady since about 1970.
now we go onto the next question, is the warming of the past 114 evenly
spread over the year or is it
To answer this question we have to look at the monthly trends.
- Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW)
- Biased Data Selection
- Cooling Degree Day (CDD)
- Cooling Year
- Heating Degree Day (HDD)
- Heating Year
- Moving Average
- Preliminary NOAA Readings
- Trend Line
- Urban Heat Island (UHI)
- Weather vs Climate