Thirty two years ago, the New York Times predicted forty days per summer over 100 degrees in Washington D.C., and that New York would become sweltering hot without any beaches.
The frequency of 100 degree days in the Washington D.C. area has declined since the 1930’s, and now temperatures over 100 degrees happen very rarely.
The frequency of hot days in New York has declined.
And Long Island beaches are doing just fine.
Undaunted by facts, reality, ethics or journalistic integrity, the New York Times continues cranking out the same nonsense.