This Date In 1934 – The End Of Colorado’s Longest Heatwave

Las Animas, Colorado had 145 consecutive days above 90F from 5/6/1934 to 9/27/1934, and averaged 100 degrees for the daily maximum during that period.

The hottest day was 112 degrees on July 11. There were no school climate strikes in Saskatchewan that day, because teachers were banned from politics.

11 Jul 1934, 1 – The Leader-Post at Newspapers.com

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One Response to This Date In 1934 – The End Of Colorado’s Longest Heatwave

  1. Gator says:

    On the plus side, Chancellor Adolf Hitler was expected to announce the return of Germany to the League of Nations. What could possibly go wrong?

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