September 11, 2019

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  • ricke25

    Thank you for summarizing this. It is very helpful to see the months together!

  • Brett Klaft

    Heat at night would be an effect of insulation. I know from personal experience that when it’s a clear night, the heat leaves us via black body radiation. A cloudy night blocks this and it stays warmer. Could those higher minimum temps be caused by more clouds? With increased cosmic rays, maybe there are just more clouds and thus the higher nighttime temperatures. Is there data on historical cloud cover that can be compared with temperatures?

  • laurie

    those are percentiles too. not average temps over time.

  • Edward Rutland

    Ben your tireless labors as a teacher are a blessing to me. Thank you.

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