Hottest year Ever

Climate experts tell us that this is the hottest year ever, and that the frequency of hot days is rapidly increasing.

On this date in 1936, Hartington, Nebraska was 118 degrees (48C.)  During July, 1936 their average maximum temperature was 40C (104F.)


Hartington almost never gets to 100F any more, but in 1936 they had 43 days over 100F.


The hottest days in Hartington are almost 10F cooler now than they were 80 years ago.


The fraudsters at Climate Central claim that Nebraska summers are getting much hotter, and will warm up about 11 degrees.


Blistering Future Summers for 1,001 U.S. Cities | Climate Central

In fact, Nebraska summer maximums have cooled about 8 degrees.


Climate change is a criminal venture, which has nothing to do with science.

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