Arizona 1910 vs 2019

January-April 1910 averaged six degrees warmer than this year at Parker, Arizona. In 1910 they reached 100 degrees on March 5, and 110 degrees on April 27.  This year the first 100 degree reading occurred on April 28.

New Year’s Day 2019

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7 Responses to Arizona 1910 vs 2019

  1. Brian D says:

    Well here in N MN, we are starting to pick up a very significant late season snowfall. Lawns just turning white as of this comment. Never ending battle with Old Man Winter this year.

  2. CannonCocker says:

    Here in Pinal county WE HAVE YET TO REACH 98F.

  3. gregole says:

    It actually drizzled a bit here in Tempe, Arizona yesterday. And it has been very, very nice here. I ride a motorcycle and there are days on the way into work that I just want to keep going! Beautiful here.

    And with CO2 at over 400 ppm too. Now what was that extra CO2 supposed to do again?

  4. Bob Hoyeb says:

    I really like it when it is room temperature outside and sunny.

  5. paul courtney says:

    O.M.G.! Based on that chart trend, it’s gonna be 140 deg. F. by Dec! In 1910 and this year. We are so screwed!

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