Plummeting September Temperatures In The Midwest

Summers are getting much shorter in the Midwest, and September is getting much cooler.

In 1897, thirty percent of Midwest summer days were over 90 degrees, but in 2009 there were no 90 degrees readings.

One hundred weather was common during September prior to 60 years ago, but almost never happens now in the Midwest.


Summers in the Midwest end ten days earlier than they did a century ago.

But facts don’t matter to climate alarmists, who lie about essentially everything as their standard operating procedure.

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