The Missouri Heatwave of August 12-27, 1936

From August 12-27, 1936, afternoon temperatures at Lexington, Missouri averaged 106 degrees, peaked at 110 degrees, and were never below 100 degrees.

Unionville, Missouri also averaged 106 degrees, and peaked at 112 degrees.

One hundred degree days were common during August in Missouri prior  to 60 years ago, but they rarely happen any more.

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