2010 weather was cool to global warming 

This will come to no surprise to Midwesterners still digging out from the Great Blizzard of 2011, but an analysis of five different temperature databases showed no evidence of global warming in 2010.

“Contrary to press reports the evidence is that 2010 was a year no different from all of the years 2001-2009 with the exception of a moderate to strong El Nino that elevated temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere’s Spring, and a cooling La Nina later in the year,” writes David Whitehouse, of The Global Warming Policy Foundation.

“The standstill seen in global temperatures since 2001 continues.” Statistically, Whitehouse points out, there has been no change in the Earth’s temperature since 1998.

And even though 2010 had the strongest El Nino on record, overall it was still cooler than 1998.

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