September 6, 1922

On this date in 1922, three fourths of the US was over 90 degrees, and about one fourth of the country was over 100 degrees. Wisconsin was well over 100 degrees.

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6 Responses to September 6, 1922

  1. Steve Case says:

    Yellow pins, Orange pins and Red pins, 90+ 95+and 100+ ?

  2. Steve Case says:

    Well, it’s coming up on 1:00 PM and lo and behold my home thermometer says 90 degrees. I suppose I’ll be treated to hottest September on record now.

  3. AndyG55 says:

    TH, you really do need to put a key to what each colour pin represents… please.

  4. Andy DC says:

    Pretty impressive heatwave for DC in the Thursday to Saturday time frame. May give a run for latest 100 degree day ever, especially with the usual warm bias at National Airport.

  5. Steve Case says:

    91°F seems to be it for the day.

  6. Douglas Rogalla says:

    we had a delightful Labor Day Weekend with temps in mid to upper 70s and sunshine each day; i used to live just South of DC (Stafford, VA); i do not remember this much heat there but do remember a bad drought in 2002 where river flow was next to nothing; found this weblink that shows good comparisons

    http://www.virginiaplaces.org/climate/drought.html

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