The 1930 Heatwave In Virginia

During September 1930, Purcellville, Virginia had twenty-two days over 90 degrees, three days over 100 degrees, and averaged 94 degrees from September 1 to September 27.

This came shortly after the all-time record heatwave of August, 1930 when they had eight days in a row over 100 degrees.

05 Aug 1930, 1 – The News Leader at

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