Plummeting August 2nd Temperatures In The US

On this date in 1955, two thirds of the US was over 90 degrees, and there were 100 degree temperatures coast to coast.

August 2 afternoon temperatures have plummeted in the US over the last 90 years.

August 2, 1975 was the hottest day on record in Massachusetts (107 degrees) and Rhode Island (104 degrees.) There were 100 degree temperatures from Maryland to Maine.

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5 Responses to Plummeting August 2nd Temperatures In The US

  1. Andy DC says:

    August 1955 not only produced awful heat, it also was the month when Hurricanes Connie and Diane hit in quick succession, with massive flooding, great property damage and many fatalities from North Carolina to New England. Connie also sunk a ship on Chesapeake Bay with the loss of 14 lives. Could you imagine the hysteria from the alarmists if that were to happen today? And if that was not enough, Hurricane Ione hit NC in September 1955.

    In total 7 hurricanes made landfall between NC and New England between 1953 and 1955. 3 of them major!

    • Josh says:

      Considering Jerry claimed the worst wildfire on record was California’s in 2018, I would believe if the 1955 events occurred, Capitol & White Horse would be damaged by stones and objects from trigger happy leftists. The name calling would get even worse, calling skeptics killers.

  2. Josh says:

    Settled Science! I wonder how the leftists will counter this linke below since they claim every nation found AGW accelerating from 1998-2014 rather than having a pause.

    • Gator says:

      LOL – You gotta love Nick Stokes! He has real issues with others, especially heretics, playing with the Holy Climate Data…

      “You don’t know anything of the kind. You have tried to patch together a mess of totally different data, none of it global, and proved nothing.
      -Nick Stokes, July 6, 2017 3:47 am

  3. Former95B says:

    Yeahbut…that was just WEATHER.

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