July 12, 1936 – 113 Degrees In Wisconsin

Wisconsin has had 334 days since 1895 over 100 degrees, 93% of which occurred with CO2 below 350 PPM.  On this date in 1936, it was 113 degrees at Stanley, Wisconsin. The only years when Wisconsin reached 110 degrees were 1901 and 1936. There have been no 100 degree days in Wisconsin for seven years.

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