The frequency of hot August days in Nebraska has plummeted over the past century. During August, 1937 Nebraska stations averaged 25 days over 90 degrees. This year they averaged only one day over 90F.
The warmest temperature recorded at Ashland, Nebraska in August was 86 degrees. It was only the third year since 1895 which Ashland didn’t make it to 90 degrees during August. In 1913 and 1947 Ashland had 27 days over 90 degrees.
Every single day in August, 1913 was as warm or warmer than this year, with the hottest temperatures 21 degrees warmer than this year. Maximum temperatures averaged 18F cooler than 1913.
According to completely fake NASA temperature data, 1913 was one of the coolest years on record. California reached 134 degrees that summer – the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth.