Daily Archives: July 20, 2017

The Year Without An Arctic Summer

The Greenland Ice Sheet is gaining near record amounts of ice this year. Very little melting has occurred this summer, which is about to start winding down.. Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI Temperatures on the Greenland Ice Sheet have … Continue reading

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July 20, 1930 – Hottest Day On Record In Washington DC

On this date in 1930, Washington DC reached 106F – the hottest temperature ever recorded there. Most of the eastern half of the US was above 100F. The closest USHCN station to DC in Virginia is at Lincoln. It is … Continue reading

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New Video : NASA And NOAA Erasing The Record Heat Of 1934

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July 20, 1934 – 118 Degrees In Iowa

July 20, 1934 was the hottest day in Iowa’s history. Keokuk, Iowa reached 118 degrees. Almost the entire country was over 90 degrees, almost half was over 100 degrees, and a large section of the Midwest was over 110 degrees. … Continue reading

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Concern About Sea Level Rise In Malibu

People in Malibu, California are so worried about sea level rise – you can pick up a home there for only $80 million.

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My Letter In The Boulder Daily Camera

Tony Heller: Five minutes in south Boulder open space – Boulder Daily Camera

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