Hiding Minnesota’s Hot Past

 The longest stretch of 100 degree weather at Pipestone, Minnesota occurred from June 28 to August 25, 1936, when they had 21 days over 100F (38C.)

Pipestone has had 132 days over 100F since 1895. There have been none since July 14, 1995, and 78% of the 100 degree days occurred more than 60 years ago.

Pipestone went over 100 degrees every year from 1930 to 1941, but have had no 100 degree days for 24 years.

NASA and NOAA respond to the heat of the past, by altering the data and making the historical heat disappear.

NASA 1999    NASA 2019

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1 Response to Hiding Minnesota’s Hot Past

  1. GW Smith says:

    No matter how the data is presented I don’t think the lefties will “get it”. They only remember the accusations. And their leaders know this.

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