USHCN Temperature Record of the Week:
Newkirk, Oklahoma

To bolster our claim that "There Has Been No Global Warming for the Past 70 Years," each week we highlight the temperature record of one of the 1221 U.S. Historical Climatology Network (USHCN) stations from 1930-1994 (click here to find out why the data do not extend to the present). The USHCN data set is one of the highest quality sources of directly-measured climate information on the planet and is eminently suited for this purpose.

This issue's temperature record of the week is from Newkirk, Oklahoma. During the period of most significant greenhouse gas buildup over the past century, i.e., 1930 and onward, Newkirk's mean annual temperature has cooled by 1.20 degrees Fahrenheit. Not much global warming here!

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