Summers used to be very hot in the US, with high death counts.
In 1936, the Midwest warmed up in mid-February and stayed hot through August.
The average afternoon temperature at Appleton City, Missouri was 95 degrees from May through August, and topped out at 115 degrees.
There were 59 days over 100 degrees that summer, similar to the summers of 1913, 1934, 1954 and 1980. Hot summers like that don’t occur any more.
Properly done science uses data to create theories, but in climate science the reverse process is used. Climate scientists create fake data sets to match their fake theories. By tampering with data and cooling the past, NOAA simply adjusts away all those people who died in the heat.