The Extreme Cinco de Mayo of 1934

On Cinco de Mayo 1934, much of the US was hot, with temperatures approaching 100 degrees in North Carolina.

About two-thirds of the US was in drought.

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May 5th afternoon temperatures have been declining in the US since the 19th century.

The warmest May 5th was in 1934, when more than two thirds of US stations were over 80 degrees.

Climate experts tell us the weather is getting hotter and droughts are getting worse, because they are paid to lie.

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2 Responses to The Extreme Cinco de Mayo of 1934

  1. Kodiak says:

    Accurate records back to 1855.
    Lake Minnetonka is still not “open”.
    Wind and Rain can have an effect, however the Ice growth and Melt is an 8 month process that started in Oct 2017 and continues now in May 2018.
    2013 was tied for 3rd latest “Ice out” on record
    2018 will be tied for 1st place latest “Ice out” if the Ice holds until Sat 8/5..which it looks like it will……No boating until further notice….
    The local… global warming / climate change…. crowd is starting to question the dogma….

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