The Incredible Heat Of July 4, 1936

On this date in 1936, it was 114 degrees at Omaha, Nebraska and almost the entire country was over 90 degrees. Alarmists get hysterical when it gets that hot in Arizona now.

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5 Responses to The Incredible Heat Of July 4, 1936

  1. Stu Miller says:

    How come your maps always show Cheyenne, Wyoming in the middle of

    • tonyheller says:

      There is a station in Eastern Colorado named Cheyenne.

      • Stu Miller says:

        I grew up in Cheyenne, Wyo. and was totally unaware of our competition to the south. I can now attest that, at age 75, you still learn something new every day.

  2. Andy DC says:

    The fake heat of 2017 is obviously MUCH worse! Worse than Venus and it is all Trump’s fault!

  3. Steve V says:

    NBC-KXAN TV in Austin keeps going on about the heat index, how the temperature “feels” and how its going to get hotter. I sent email inquiring about thd heat index. They referenced NOAA. They just keep saying how hot it is and how much hotter it is going to get.
    Most of the public believes their sound byttes.

    The NOAA weather stations here are reported to be at Austin-Bergstrom Int’l Airport and Camp Mabry, however I cannot find information on their actual physical location. They are not fortcoming on the locations. We might find that the temperature is less than what is being reported.

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