The National Weather Service said that March temperatures in Michigan were  1st-4th coldest, yet NCDC reported them as 5th coldest – due to NCDC data tampering of course.

Never mind that the Great Lakes blew away all records for ice in March, NCDC claims peer review for their data tampering. Perhaps their peers changed the freezing point of water.

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13 Responses to NOAA Vs. NOAA

  1. Gail Combs says:

    Keep hammering them Steve. The US snow and ice are a bit hard to ignore even if Washington’s District of Criminals are trying to as they pray for a super El Nino. to save their butts this November.

  2. Shazaam says:

    Looks like NOAA is gearing-up to defend their data “adjustments”.

    “Do you still want to make an issue of those adjustments? Punk?”

  3. Andy DC says:

    I hope those NWS people don’t lose their jobs for having the utter audacity to report the facts in a truthful and unbiased manner.

    • Gamecock says:

      It’s NWS vs NOAA vs JPL vs NASA vs STP vs KFC vs M-O-U-S-E.

      At least two of these agencies can be deleted TODAY.

  4. Eric Barnes says:

    One can only smile at this sort of nonsense. Thanks for the effort!

  5. rw says:

    Well, if the average of Houghton and Marquette is used for the Stambaugh temperature, then the result is nowhere near the previous record. Proceeding in this fashion, it should be fairly straightforward to show that Michigan temperatures for these dates were only the fifth coldest on record.

    All this is automated, of course, so it would be silly to imagine that the results are due to human ‘fiddling’.

    • All this is automated, of course, so it would be silly to imagine that the results are due to human ‘fiddling’.

      You mean humans didn’t write the software that adjusts the numbers?

    • Gail Combs says:

      It is called Krigging and is falsified in a completely different discipline wher the false assumptions are obvious.

    • rw says:

      I guess one really does need to use the /sarc flag on this site.

      (And I can’t believe someone brought kriging into the discussion! – in a completely incomprehensible sentence!)

      • rw says:

        Further clarification: What I said had nothing to do with kriging; I was just making it up as I went along!

  6. Dave N says:

    A bit like WG I & II (and/or green groups) not knowing what WG III is up to. Comical.

  7. Tedsunday says:

    It would be interesting to see the Canadian data from just across the lakes for comparison.

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