On July 17, 1936, there was a large spread in temperatures across Nebraska, from 118 degrees at Hartington to 100 degrees at Kimball.
Does this mean there was something wrong with the data? Not at all – it was much hotter in eastern Nebraska than western Nebraska. The USHCN daily temperature data is very credible. Mosher and his junk science cohorts have no excuse for tampering with it.
More than a third of the US was over 100 degrees that day.
Daily temperature data is currently not being tampered with, and it exposes New York Times fraud and wrecks the global warming scam. That is why people like Mosher are desperate to destroy it.