Declining July 15 Temperatures In The US

On July 15, 1936 the average maximum temperature around the US was 96 degrees. It was 118 degrees in Missouri, 115 in Kansas, 114 in Oklahoma, 113 in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and South Dakota, and 111 in Minnesota and Kentucky,

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5 Responses to Declining July 15 Temperatures In The US

  1. Gator says:

    Yeah, but it was just thin rotten heat, and satellite data of the era doesn’t agree with the surface data or current models.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Researchers at top scientific publications crunched the numbers and showed that it’s hotter today than in the 1930s.

      • Andy DC says:

        Those readings were taken at Reagan National Airport, where there is a huge urban heat island effect and a history of warm biased temperatures. The readings have often in recent years been far warmer than surrounding areas, even within the city limits of DC, which the airport is not.

        Last winter, taking snowfall measurements about a mile due south of the airport, my actual measurements were on the average a third higher than the airport. Temperature/snowfall readings from rural areas surrounding DC do not at all reflect the non-representative fake readings at the airport.

  2. RAH says:

    AccuWeather temp forecast in F for this week where I live.

    Today – high 84 low 69
    Monday – high 84 low 63
    Tuesday – high 82 low 55
    Wednesday – high 79 low 59
    Thursday – high 81 low 66
    Friday – high 81 low 65
    Saturday – high 81 low 65

    Historic average for July Temps in my area of Central Indiana
    High 84 low 64.

    This is probably the way it’s going to be here and in much of the US of us right through the rest of the summer. Somewhat below average temps with higher than average precipitation. A prime indicator for this long range forecast is the MJO being in phases 5 and 6.

    We here need the rain. The brown patches are appearing in my yard and during my travels the last couple of weeks ranging from MO to NY I have noticed that in many fields the leaves on the corn are cupping.

  3. RAH says:

    OT but I thought some might like to see it.
    “A thunderstorm collapses and causes air and dust to move through the atmosphere and transform into a sandstorm at Nigerien Air Base 201, Niger, June 24, 2018. Air Base 201 was hit by four sandstorms throughout the last two weeks. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Thomas Jamison)”

    Now that is what I call a downdraft.

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