May 22 Temperatures Declining In Iowa

Prior to 40 years ago, 90 degree temperatures were common in Iowa on May 22, including 101 degrees at Logan, Iowa on May 22, 1925.  Every location in Iowa was over 90 degrees that day. There haven’t been any 90 degree temperatures in Iowa on May 22 for over 40 years.

It was even hotter in Illinois on May 22, 1925 – when Danville reached 103 degrees.

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5 Responses to May 22 Temperatures Declining In Iowa

  1. Paul Fischbeck says:

    I don’t understand the new black graphic with the red squares. Is each square a station? How many stations are there for a given year? Does the number vary by year? Why are the stations evenly spread across temperature for 1925? For some years, there is a gap between the station temperatures. What if two stations had the same temperature? Would that show up as one red square?

  2. Andy DC says:

    For people that are blinded by AGW propaganda, warm season temperatures in the US Corn Belt are a smoking gun. The good old days, with CO2 under 320 PPM were much hotter. Considering the US Corn Belt produces much of the world’s grain supply, that blows a big hole in the alarmist’s gloomy scenario. Far more important for humanity than a missing ice cube or so in the Arctic.

  3. Michael Spencer says:

    As one who is red/green colour type (about 14% of males) I have to point out that the new graphs you’re using are almost impossible to read with red on black. Blue on black: no problem; against a white background, again no problem. (And no! It’s not “colour blind”, as many think; it’s a different perception of the primary colours in the spectrum. This confusion arises because the majority are “normal”, and so this is accepted as being that. “Red/Green” people actually perceive things that so-called “Normal” people don’t, and vice versa.

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