New York City’s Four Hottest Days

7/9/1936	106
8/7/1918	104
7/21/1977	104
7/22/2011	104

TimesMachine: Friday July 22, 1977 – NYTimes.com

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8 Responses to New York City’s Four Hottest Days

  1. griff says:

    arctic sea ice extent/area at lowest for date in satellite era… I’m sure you want to flag that up!

    • Gator says:

      Lowest for the shortest time frame available, and during an interglacial. But higher than the average of the last 10,000 years.

      Why do you hat poor brown people Ms Griff?

    • billtoo says:

      “OMG. absolute, unfiltered thermometer data. say something! say anything!”

    • rah says:

      Head on up there with your swim suit and towel and sunscreen Griff. Uh, don’t forget your bear spray though. Really I would think you would want to flag the fact up that there is still ice up there, the NW passages are all closed by thick ice, and multiple so called “scientists” have been proven to be incompetent since their predictions about Arctic being “virtually ice free” and the passages open during the summer months by now were all dead wrong.

    • spike55 says:

      griff has not learnt ONon e single thing in the several years it has polluted the forum with its ignorance

      Repeat after me, little twerp.

      1. Current Arctic Sea ice is STILL in the top 5-10% of the last 10,000 years.

      2. Arctic sea ice levels in the late 1970s was an anomalous high, last seen only during the Little Ice Age, it was not normal.

      3. Arctic sea ice is heavily modulated by the Atlantic Oscillation which is now starting to turn downwards.

      You CANNOT remain WILFULLY IGNORANT all your insignificant brain-numbed life, griff.

      Your mind will stagnate even more than it already has, and you will be in deep dementia by the time you reach puberty.

  2. Albore says:

    So basically no change in hottest days temperatures since 2018.

  3. feathers says:

    Its almost like these heat waves are cyclical. I’ll need to look into that.

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