Weather extremes in March 2007

Global weather in March
NCDC

There’s just one trouble with making sense of this climate change deal: the Weather.

While the 48 contiguous United States simmered through the second warmest March on record — setting something like 2,500 all-time records for daily high temperatures — Alaska shivered, and shivered some more.

The lower latitudes experienced an average temperature of 48.1 °F last month, warmer than any other March in the past 113 years except for 1910, according to the latest climate trend report published on-line by the National Climate Data Center.

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