The Heatwave Of September 30, 1953


On September 30, 1953 almost half of the US was over 90 degrees, with 100 degree temperatures across much of the Midwest and south. The second hottest September 30 was a year earlier, in 1952.

Mt. Vernon, Indiana was 102 degrees on September 30, 1953 but hasn’t been over 90 degrees on this date since 1986, when CO2 was below 350 PPM. Experts say that hot temperatures are becoming more common, because they are either incompetent or dishonest.

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4 Responses to The Heatwave Of September 30, 1953

  1. LOL in Oregon says:

    Wait, wait, wait!
    You must remember that the earth is
    hot (send money), dry (send money), wet (send money), cold (send money), up (send money), down (send money), in (send money), out (send money), mars (send money), pluto (send money),……..
    errr, just send money
    ……or/and the beatings will continue until moral improves!

  2. Not “incompetent or dishonest”

    “Dishonest or fraudulent”

  3. Andy DC says:

    Between 1953 and 1955, 7 hurricanes hit the east coast between North Carolina and New England. Three of them were major.

  4. Steve Case says:

    I remember that heat, I was in Mrs Goodrich’s third grade and it was hot in the classroom.

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