Frequency Of Hot Days In The Midwest Down More Than 99%

During the summer of 1936, one maximum temperature measurement out five in the Midwest was over 100F, compared to one out of 800 this summer. One hundred degree days have become very rare in the Midwest since CO2 hit 350 PPM.

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3 Responses to Frequency Of Hot Days In The Midwest Down More Than 99%

  1. Andy DC says:

    Pretty good indicator of the US corn crop, as corn hates 100+ degree weather. No wonder we have a glut of corn of corn over recent years.

    • James says:

      I think you mean GMO corn. That’s not the corn that was grown in 1936. You’re comparing apples to oranges.

      • Andy DC says:

        Would be interesting to see what 1930’s heat and drought would do to GMO corn.

        The last time we had some semblance of a hot, dry summer (2012), there was still quite a reduction of the US corn crop.

        Obviously, the crop yields are much higher now than during the 1930’s. It is percentage reduction from the mean that I am talking about, and it is still heat/drought sensitive in that regard.

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