Heatwave Of December, 1939

December 18 was the last really hot day of the unprecedented 1939 heatwave in the US, which brought 80 degree temperatures to Kansas and 60 degree temperatures to Minnesota. Half of the country was over 60 degrees. Omaha, Nebraska was almost 50 degrees warmer on December 18, 1939 than it was last year. (According to climate experts, last year was the hottest year, ever.)


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One Response to Heatwave Of December, 1939

  1. JTW says:

    According to the “experts” here every year is the hottest year on record…
    They even go so far as to show the “long term average” temperature side by side with the actual temperature and predictions each day, ensuring the “long term average” is ALWAYS several degrees lower.

    Everything to promote the narrative…

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