July 19, 1934 – Every State Over 90 Degrees

July 19, 1934 was one of the hottest days in US history. Every state recorded temperatures over 90 degrees, and the average maximum temperature across the US was 95 degrees. The only other year which came close was two years later in 1936.

Almost 30% of stations were over 100F

There was a huge area above 110 degrees in the middle of the country. The following day was the hottest in Iowa history – 118 degrees.

The heat of the 1930s drove millions of people out of the Midwest, who fled to California to save their lives.

Compare vs. the same date in 2014, when most states had no 90 degree temperatures.

Contrary to the seemingly endless lies of government funded climate scientists, US summers are much cooler than they used to be. They don’t want you to know about The Grapes of Wrath. Their job is to erase history.

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4 Responses to July 19, 1934 – Every State Over 90 Degrees

  1. Andy DC says:

    The US corn crop in 1934 was even worse than 1936, in terms of percentage below the average.

  2. DD More says:

    July 19, 1934 = Record Heat.
    Confirms that it is not “Hot & Dry”, but “Dry & Hot”, and water vapor is in control, not CO2.

    Carroll Nichols is one of the few people alive who remembers when Lake Ontario last froze over. But then Nichols is over 90 now, and has lived on the same Port Hope farm all his life. So Nichols knows: the freezing over of Lake Ontario is a very rare occurrence.
    When Nichols, a retired farmer, electrician and politician, spoke to MyNewWaterfrontHome.com, he was thinking back to February 1934,


    Rare pictures of Niagara Falls 1911 & 1934 – Niagara Falls Frozen Over

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