[T]his summer has been conspicuously different in New York City. Not one 99-degree day in Central Park. Not a single day that the temperature even approached 90. For just the second time in 140 years of record keeping, the temperature failed to reach 90 in either June or July.Still, don't question alarmist climate models or "damage to the planet."
The daily average last month was at or below normal every day but two. The temperature broke 80 on 16 days in New York -- one more day than in Fairbanks, Alaska. Depending on Friday’s high, this was the second or third coolest June and July recorded in New York. If August follows the same pattern -- and the latest forecast through midmonth predicts that it will -- this could be the coolest summer on record.
(via Planet Gore)