September 3 Used To Be A Hot Day In The US

The hottest September 3rd’s in the US were 1947, 1925, 1939, 1937, 1922, 1913 and 1898 – all before 1950.

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The hottest September 3 was 1947, with Minneapolis, Kansas reaching 115 degrees and almost the entire country over 90 degrees. Today’s forecast high in Minneapolis, Kansas is 33 degrees cooler, during NASA’s hottest year on record.

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On September 3, 1953 the East Coast had an incredible heatwave, with 107 degrees in New York state and 108 degrees in Indiana.

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We have gotten used to September being a cool month, but before you overheated the climate with your SUV, it used to be much hotter.

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2 Responses to September 3 Used To Be A Hot Day In The US

  1. Andy DC says:

    108.5 degrees in Washington, DC on September 7, 1881 was no doubt a result of filthy CO2 producing factories built by racist, sexest white males, along with vile cattle being raised for unspeakable profits by other heteronormative white males in Texas.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Andy, I thought it was from buffalo farts and belches and that is why DC ordered the slaughter of the buffalo herds.

      (See I can rewrite history too.)

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