Parker, Arizona Has Had 3,525 Days Over 110F

Climate alarmists have declared that 110 degree weather in Arizona proves that the dice are loaded. Let’s check their state of mental health by looking at the stats.

Parker, Arizona has had 3,525 days since 1893 over 110º, 690 days over 115º, and 51 days over 120º.

Parker has also had five days over 125º, all of which occurred in June 1896 and July 1905.

Perhaps the climate alarmists brains are loaded?

ScreenHunter_30 Jul. 04 16.38U.S. Historical Climatology Network

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15 Responses to Parker, Arizona Has Had 3,525 Days Over 110F

  1. Jimbo says:

    The US is doomed by extreme weather. The dreaded storms have arrived. 🙁

    New paper finds no evidence of an increase in storminess in the U.S. since 1900

    Has the frequency of ‘extreme weather events’ changed with climate warming over the last century? Using hourly precipitation records from thirteen sites, this study finds no evidence for significant changes in mean ‘storminess’ across the United States.

    “Trends in hourly rainfall statistics in the United States under a warming climate”

  2. Jimbo says:

    And another! The rate of sea level rise will doooooom us all. 🙁 New paper just out.

    …..For the last 40-50 years strong observational facts indicate virtually stable sea level conditions. The Earth’s rate of rotation records a mean acceleration from 1972 to 2012, contradicting all claims of a rapid global sea level rise, and instead suggests stable, to slightly falling, sea levels. Best estimates for future sea level changes up to the year 2100 are in the range of +5 cm ±15 cm……

    • jimash1 says:

      ” Best estimates for future sea level changes up to the year 2100 are in the range of +5 cm ±15 cm……”

      But my local newspaper said just this week that sea level could rise 16 feet before 2100.
      Could they be exaggerating ?

      • leftinbrooklyn says:

        Would you buy a paper to read that sea level could rise ±5cm? Would you watch a film about watching grass grow? 🙂

    • F. Guimaraes says:


  3. Traitor In Chief says:

    There you go with “Records” again. Who needs those when we have imagination and hysteria?

    The people must understand their “guilt” so they will accept massive taxation, and the shutdown of our economy. The Wizards of Gaia have spoken! Do not look behind the curtain!

  4. Federico Manchini says:

    I think were looking at areal phenomenom here
    I think this was 1983 but all the years look the same. Then look at 2013 its really changed for COLD haha. BTW I don’t think its got anything to do with “climate change” it probably occurs every 100 years or so but I reckon we may be going into a serious cooling period thank god I lives in da tropics LOL

    • Jimbo says:

      It’s funny how 1979, 1980 and 1981 were warmer than 2013 (so far) and sea ice extent then was at its maximum extent on the satellite record.

      • F. Guimaraes says:

        Probably due to large ice extent back then the slightly higher temperatures in the summer had no important effect. Now the record cold summer temps (so far) are having a direct impact on the ice. If we have a minimum like 2009 again, it’ll be the 3rd best mark since 2006, an important recovery that could signal that the phase of strong oscillations of the Arctic ice has finished.
        The solar radiations will have the final word on the results this year, I believe.

  5. Andy DC says:

    Now, now. You can’t go with unadjusted data. There was much more concrete and asphalt in 1895 and you are not taking air conditioning exhaust into account either. (sarc) Also the lack of an agenda in 1895 was warm biasing the readings as well. (sarc)

  6. miked1947 says:

    That is why so many people visit Parker and Havasu during the Winter. The entire area along the Colorado River from Lake Mead to below Parker experiences the same weather patterns most every summer. I have spent many days on the water and near the lakes in that area.

    • Gamecock says:

      Yep, I think the hysteria is from elsewhere. I was in Las Vegas June 25, 2010. It was 111 degrees. To the locals, it was just a hot day – nothing extreme about it.

  7. Jorge says:

    But it’s a more dangerous heat now. Before it was normal heat, not it’s “poisoned heat.”

  8. Andy Oz says:

    Even Hitler knew this was a load of crap!

  9. Rosco says:

    No – youre wrong !

    The Aussie BOM will tell you that you have to deduct a few degrees from the past records because they were measured in the sun – you know – the thing that can only heat the Earth to minus 18 C !!

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