May 27, 1896 St. Louis Tornado

On May 27, 1896 a three quarter mile wide tornado tore a five mile long path through St. Louis and killed 500 people.

28 May 1896, 4 – Ironton County Register at Newspapers.com

20 Jun 1899, 4 – The Topeka State Journal at Newspapers.com

It was extremely hot that day, when a cold front came through at 5PM and spawned the tornado.

That year brought record heat around the world. The two hottest May 9ths in the US occurred in 1895 and 1896.

Arizona had their record heatwave in 1896. Parker, Az had seven consecutive days over 120 degrees, a record only matched in 1905.

January, 1896 was the hottest month on record in New South Wales.

09 Jan 1896, Page 5 – The Sydney Morning Herald at Newspapers.com

24 Jan 1896, Page 5 – The Sydney Morning Herald at Newspapers.com

TimesMachine: August 18, 1896

Europe was hot in 1896.

17 Jul 1896 – HEAT-WAVE IN EUROPE.

A ten day heatwave during August 1896 killed thousands of people in the US, many of them in New York.

1896 Heatwave

That was also an important year for global warming junk science.

As early as in 1896, Swedish physicist Arrhenius proposed that the presence of atmospheric greenhouse gases may result in warmer surface temperatures on Earth than a simple radiative balance would imply. A comparison between measured surface temperatures and estimated effective temperatures (assuming the planets behave like black bodies and are at radiational equilibrium) of the planets in our solar system has later revealed that planets with thick atmospheres, such as Venus and Earth, have a warmer surface than a simple radiation equilibrium can explain (Houghton 1991). The high surface temperature can be attributed to the greenhouse effect proposed by Arrhenius

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The low CO2 levels in 1896 must have been responsible for the record heat.

KANSAS AND TORNADOES.

In years gone by it was considered eminently proper in the east and on the Pacific coast as well to refer to Kansas as figuratively the regular stamping ground of the tornado.

Meanwhile, climate alarmists continue their usual pack of lies, making baseless claims which are the exact opposite of reality.

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2 Responses to May 27, 1896 St. Louis Tornado

  1. John F. Hultquist says:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1974_Super_Outbreak#Xenia,_Ohio

    With this one, a friend’s house took a direct hit, and disappeared.

    Years later, WKRP in Cincinnati (fictional TV program) did a story based on this.

  2. Charles Bates says:

    Did not Arrhenius revise his claims around 1908? Just flying from memory here.

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