Pummeting June 16 Temperatures In The US

I’m flying into Detroit, where the temperature is a cool 75 degrees. But June 16 wasn’t always a cool day in the US. In 1913, temperatures were over 100 degrees in parts of Michigan, and almost the entire eastern half of the US was over 90 degrees.

On this date in 1952, the extent of the heat was similar but a lot more 100 degree temperatures.

June 16 used to be a hot day in the US prior to 1960, but temperatures over the last 55 years have been much cooler.

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2 Responses to Pummeting June 16 Temperatures In The US

  1. Ratty says:

    Great post! It THEY can cherry-pick …………..

  2. Steve Case says:

    Tony pummels the opposition with pummeting US temperatures from June 16th 1913.

    I could paste my fake data charts from NOAA’s Climate at a Glance data to join in on the pummeling, but I’ll give it a rest for a while.

    Spent the day yesterday at the Noah’s Ark water park in the Wisconsin Dells with three of the grandchildren. Eighty something degrees under a clear blue sky – it was gorgeous.

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