Heatwaves Are A Thing Of The Past In Wisconsin

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Wisconsin used to have long stretches over 90 degrees, like 1901 and 1916 which each had 21 consecutive days over 90 degrees. Heatwaves like that never happen any more, and the average heat wave length has dropped by almost 50%.

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1 Response to Heatwaves Are A Thing Of The Past In Wisconsin

  1. Steve Case says:

    Nice statistic. So even though I know that where I live just north of Milwaukee we haven’t had any back to back 90° days this year, somewhere in the state at least one station had four in a row.

    My hat is off to you, Mr. Heller, for being able to dig that sort of stuff up. I assume what you say you are finding is true. I know that your critics on the other side of the fence will just call you names and say you’re lying. I’d like to know that the trail to the verification of these sorts of things is well marked and able to withstand any investigation by those who wish to say it’s not so.

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