This Date In 1907

On this date in 1907, the average maximum temperature across the US was 73F, and White Hall, Illinois was 94F – more than 40 degrees warmer than today.  Imagine the hysteria from climate scientists if Illinois had March temperatures that hot today.

The two warmest March 22nd’s were in 1907 and 1910 – when CO2 was 300 PPM.

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10 Responses to This Date In 1907

  1. DCA says:

    Continuing the trend of the last two decades for blooming LATER not EARLIER, cherry blossoms in DC are on track for peaking around April 3-6, which is Day 93-96 of the year.
    https://washington.org/visit-dc/things-to-know-national-cherry-blossom-festival-washington-dc

  2. AndyDC says:

    DC has three 90 degree days in March 1907, but the hottest in the last 70 years is 89. I don’t believe that could be so if there was truly a global warming crisis.

  3. Martin says:

    Nobody cared about the climate back then. Times have not changed in that perspective because still hardly anybody cares about it. Only the climate alarmists do.

    • Gator says:

      Correct. Even snowflakes do not care about climate change, even though they worry about such grave matters as washing dishes and deciding what to wear. According to a new study, this is what “stressed” millennials worry about most…

      • arn says:

        People with such a list of worries have no real problems-except narcism and virtue signalling.
        And AGW gives them the best reasons and rewards to satisfy these needs.

      • Martin says:

        What about;
        – losing keys
        – bullies
        – traffic accidents
        – terror attacks
        – Mexican border wall
        – drugs
        – tax increase
        – food prices
        – grandpa and grandma
        – etc.

  4. Frank K. says:

    We just got 5″ of snow today in New Hampshire. Yup – Spring has arrived!

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