The Heatwave Of May 1895

On this date in 1895, three quarters of the US was above 80F. Ninety degree temperatures were recorded in Minnesota, Maine and much of the Midwest. One hundred degree temperatures were reported in Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma, and Arizona was over 110F.

This year, they are still skiing in Arizona.  Latest skiing on record there.

Webcams – Arizona Snowbowl

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2 Responses to The Heatwave Of May 1895

  1. Robertv says:

    The Dutch must be Global Warming deniers.

    The Netherlands’ target is a 25% reduction by 2020 when compared with 1990, but the new figures put the drop at only 14.5% by last year.

    At the same time, the amount of greenhouse gasses per head of the population is 34% above the European average, the CBS said.

    https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2019/05/dutch-greenhouse-gas-emissions-drop-slightly-target-a-long-way-off/

  2. MGJ says:

    Hi Tony,
    nitpicking but I think your y-axis should be labelled % not F.

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