July 3, 1936 marked the beginning of the worst heatwave in US history. Thousands of people died. Afternoon temperatures in Pawnee, Nebraska averaged 104F during July, and reached as high as 113F.
Temperatures in South Dakota were over 115F
Almost the entire US baked in unprecedented heat.
The frequency of hot days has plummeted since then, but facts don’t matter to climate alarmists. They get paid to lie.