The Heatwave Of March 1910

This week in 1910, Caruthersville, Missouri afternoon temperatures averaged 91 degrees.

On this date in 1910, more than half of the US was above 70F.

March 26 temperatures have been declining in the US since the 19th century, with 1910 the warmest, and the last six years all very cool.


Later in 1910, the largest fires in US history occurred.

The 1910 Fires – Forest History Society

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2 Responses to The Heatwave Of March 1910

  1. Pathway says:

    The Big Blow Up is a great study on Progressives influence on the Forest Service.

  2. gdrz says:

    Found a little bug in your unhiding the decline software

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