This year (so far) is only the third year since 1895 to post no 100 degree temperatures in the Midwest. The other two were 1928 and 1992 (after the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo.) The likelihood of 100 degree weather has plummeted over the past century.
The Midwest has had 26,461 100°F degree temperature on 2,629 days since 1895, but only thirty-four 100°F readings on fifteen days in the past seven years. There has been a massive decline in hot weather in the Midwest over the past century.
Meanwhile, climate alarmists say the exact opposite, because they have no interest in the truth and no shame about lying for money and power.