August 24, 1936 – One Of The Hottest Days In US History

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On this date in 1934, the US experienced 100 degree weather from California to Virginia, and from Texas to Minnesota. South Dakota was 116 degrees, and much of the midwest was over 110 degrees.  Almost the entire country was over 90 degrees.

Weather this hot is incomprehensible to Americans now, who are convinced that a couple of 90 degree days is proof that the planet is overheating due to their SUV. Summer temperatures have plummeted in the US over the past 80 years, but you won’t hear this from government funded climate scientists.

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