One Of The Least Hot Summers In The Midwest

Midwestern USHCN stations have recorded 17,772 June/July/August measurements over 100 degrees since 1895, including 2,624 in 1936 alone. This year there were only eight measurements over 100 degrees.

The frequency and intensity of hot summer afternoons in the Midwest has plummeted since the 19th century.


The New York Times claims the exact opposite, because their job is to push propaganda – not report news. This is the wildly fraudulent New York Times graph for Harrisburg, Illinois, purporting to show the number of 90 degrees days.

How Much Hotter Is Your Hometown Than When You Were Born? – The New York Times

And this is what the actual thermometer data looks like. The downwards trend is the exact opposite of the New York Times graph.

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