Hot Days Are A Thing Of The Past

At the peak of the ice age scare during June 1974, Phoenix, Az had eighteen consecutive days over 110F. Nearby Buckeye, Az had twenty-one consecutive days. I played on the ASU soccer team that year, and we held practice at 3 PM every day.

Buckeye averaged 111 degrees that month.

Hot days like that have become rare, and climate alarmists now get hysterical about any days over 110F.  Many believe it will cause the world to end in twelve years.

Weather that hot is now associated with the desert southwest, but when CO2 was below 350 PPM, 110 degree days were common in the US Midwest – yet there have been none since CO2 went over 350 PPM. During 1936, the Midwest had thirty days over 110F, and in 1934 they had eighteen.

The Midwest recorded temperatures of 118 degrees in 1936, and 116 degrees in 1934 and 1954. North Dakota was 121F and South Dakota was 120F.

Spreadsheet

Below is the list of all Midwest days over 110F.

8/21/1900
7/10/1901, 7/11/1901, 7/12/1901, 7/21/1901, 7/22/1901, 7/23/1901, 7/24/1901
7/3/1911, 7/5/1911, 7/6/1911
7/12/1914
8/4/1918, 8/5/1918, 8/7/1918
7/11/1930, 7/12/1930, 7/27/1930, 7/28/1930, 7/29/1930, 8/3/1930, 8/8/1930, 8/9/ 1930, 8/10/1930
7/13/1934, 7/15/1934, 7/18/1934, 7/19/1934, 7/20/1934, 7/21/1934, 7/22/1934, 7/ 23/1934, 7/24/1934, 7/25/1934, 7/26/1934, 8/5/1934, 8/6/1934, 8/7/1934, 8/8/ 1934, 8/9/1934, 8/10/1934, 8/11/1934
6/29/1936, 7/4/1936, 7/5/1936, 7/6/1936, 7/7/1936, 7/8/1936, 7/9/1936, 7/10/ 1936, 7/11/1936, 7/12/1936, 7/13/1936, 7/14/1936, 7/15/1936, 7/16/1936, 7/17/ 1936, 7/18/1936, 7/19/1936, 7/25/1936, 7/26/1936, 8/9/1936, 8/10/1936, 8/12/ 1936, 8/16/1936, 8/17/1936, 8/18/1936, 8/21/1936, 8/22/1936, 8/24/1936, 8/27/ 1936, 8/28/1936
7/11/1938
7/12/1939
7/24/1940 
7/12/1954, 7/13/1954, 7/14/1954, 7/15/1954, 7/18/1954, 7/19/1954
7/31/1980, 8/1/1980
7/31/1988

As hot days have decreased, the superstition, ignorance of climate experts has increased.

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One Response to Hot Days Are A Thing Of The Past

  1. GW Smith says:

    It’s a fundamental law of physics.

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