August 8 Temperatures Plummeting In The US

Much of the US is facing record cold tomorrow. We had our second coldest August 7 on record in Boulder today.  But this time of year didn’t used to be cold. August 8 temperatures have plummeted in the US over the past century.

The area affected by hot weather has also plummeted over the past century.

On August 8, 1934 the US was incredibly hot. Clarinda, Iowa was 114 degrees, 34 degrees warmer than tomorrow’s forecast. Much of the Midwest  was over 110 degrees.

09 Aug 1934, Page 1 – The Decatur Herald at

We don’t see heat like that any more in the US, and climate fraudsters depend on having a large portion of the populace too ignorant to know that they are lying.

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3 Responses to August 8 Temperatures Plummeting In The US

  1. Andy DC says:

    During this current August, despite alarmists’ claims of dangerous, catastrophic warming, the hottest Ottumwa, IA has been is 91. A very long way from the 115 recorded in August 1934!

  2. woody188 says:

    This is the third cool summer we’ve had in the Midwest/Great Lakes (Central Ohio) region. We’ve struggled to get into the 90F territory, this year being slightly more towards normal in the 80F average highs range. We did also have a mild winter, but that’s not unusual for my area. Some years we have bitter cold and lots of snow. Other years we don’t fall much below freezing and have no accumulation of snow.

    None of this keeps the local warmistas from insisting it’s been hotter than ever before.

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