The Heatwave Of February 1, 1911

On this date in 1911, it was 93 degrees in Oklahoma and Texas, 86 degrees in Kansas, 84 degrees in Missouri, 75 degrees in Illinois and 71 degrees in Indiana.  If we had temperatures like that now, government scientists would be 100% certain it was due to CO2 and would demand immediate world communism.

02 Feb 1911, Page 1 – Fort Scott Daily Tribune and Fort Scott Daily Monitor at

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1 Response to The Heatwave Of February 1, 1911

  1. Neckbeard93 says:

    The 1971 late January/early February heat wave in Southern California is worth checking out. Gov Moonbeam continues to show profound ignorance towards his state’s warm and dry past (and just about everything else for that matter).

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