But the record temperatures - both high and low - are not adjusted. We haven't seen a record high temperature set in any of the fifty States in over 20 years despite the run of reported Hottest Year Ever®. Well, we're told, what's happening is that the Greenhouse Effect raises the temperature in the winter (and at night), so average temperature is increasing. But remember, the night and winter temperatures are also adjusted. So what's going on with the record winter temperatures?
And remember all the record cold temperatures last winter? This isn't a "weather not climate" incident, unless the climate serves up record freezing each year as "normal weather" - which you could just as well call "climate".
Record temperatures aren't adjusted, remember? After a century of ZOMG Warming, should it even be possible for this many cold records to be set? Or maybe the adjustments aren't being done right. Maybe changing data after it is recorded is an opportunity for all sorts of mischief, or incompetence.
Oh, and a note: these aren't daily records. They're records for the month of November:
And this is a reminder that in record heat people are uncomfortable; in record cold they die.