40 Years Since Wisconsin Had A 100 Degree Day In September

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On September 7, 1976 Ashland, Wisconsin hit 100 degrees. That was the last time any location in Wisconsin reached 100 degrees during September. Prior to 1955, September 100 degree days were very common in Wisconsin. On this date in 1939, Racine Wisconsin was 102 degrees. Today’s forecast high at Racine is 88 degrees.

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One Response to 40 Years Since Wisconsin Had A 100 Degree Day In September

  1. Steve Case says:

    It’s only the 7th, so the usual cast of characters hasn’t started the, “It’ s the hottest ever…” chant but considering the recent past history it won’t be a surprise when they do.

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