1936 : Coldest Winter And Hottest Summer In The Midwest

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8 Responses to 1936 : Coldest Winter And Hottest Summer In The Midwest

  1. Bob Hoye says:

    Yeh–I read about this one decades ago.
    One explanation was many clear nights in those winters.
    I can’t recall the source.

  2. eliza says:

    All germans peoples should be exterminated for what they did to innonecent beautifull jewish people and eye for an eye I am an Irish Catholic I will never ever forgive what the german people did to the jewish people BTW there is no climate change

  3. rah says:

    So what caused the great fluctuations of the mid 1930’s?

    • R Shearer says:

      The birth of Pope Francis or possibly Bob Denver?

      • rah says:

        IOW you don’t know either? I’m just curious if anyone has looked back in the historical record and found the natural causes for that traumatic time in weather that did not only effect the US but was even recorded in Australia. Is there a conjunction of some weather or climate cycles that could explain it? It seems to me that event was recent enough there should be a great deal more real time data as opposed to proxy evidence to form a reasonable hypothesis for the cause(s).

  4. arn says:

    Using the period from 1971-1979 one could create an ice age scare without problems
    and using the period from 1979-1990 one could pretend that there is global warming.

    Strange somehow that the opinion makers somehow forgot to use the period 2000-2010 to make up a new global cooling scare.

    (and it seems that after a huge constant rise/decline there is always a huge correction for many yearytowards the other direction as soon as more than 2 years in a row follow that trend)

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