National Climatic Data Center/VIA DRUDGE - for the USA:
Well... er um, I guess the USA ain't part of the globe or global warming is bunk. After all, so-called greenhouse gases haven't declined any, so - if they cause global warming, as some arue, the what accounts for the dip in temps? COULD IT BE NATURAL FOR AVERAGE TEMPS TO OSCILLATE? I think so.
- 52nd coolest October on record (1895-2006).
- All regions near to or below normal temperature (first time since February 2003 with no regions above average temperature).
- Only 2 states above normal temperatures in October: New Hampshire and Texas.