Maryland’s Worst Heatwave

From May 5 to September 27, 1930, Glenn Dale Bell, Station Maryland had 76 days over 90F, including 16 days over 100F. Two days reached 105F . Imagine the mass hysteria in Washington DC if that happened now.

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