Global Wierding In January 1937

January 1937 was the coldest on record west of the Mississippi River, and the warmest on record east of the Mississippi. If this happened now, Bernie Sanders would call for immediate global communism to alter the jet stream.

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docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/065/mwr-065-01-c1.pdf

To make matters even more disconcerting to climate experts, this climate change horror came less than a year after one of the coldest Februaries on record in 1936.

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docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/064/mwr-064-02-c1.pdf

And July 1936 was the hottest month on record in the US, with the possible exception of July 1901.

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docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/064/mwr-064-07-c1.pdf

Atmospheric CO2 was below 310 PPM at the time.

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One Response to Global Wierding In January 1937

  1. Tom Kopel says:

    A little north of Maryland, 1553 Mineral Spring Road, Reading, Pennsylvania has two very large, pretty much old Magnolias in front, that were old and sound, vigorous and healthy in 1957 when we moved there. I’d bet that they were planted there in the 1930’s.
    Both have been rocked back by snowstorms at least a couple of times since, but both look strong as ever to me.

    https://www.google.com/maps/@40.3315251,-75.9073008,3a,75y,349.62h,80.7t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sdQ2KeuB6vD56iUbC1W41Mg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

    One blooms pink, the other purple

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