Vermont’s Record Heatwave

Vermont’s longest stretch of 100 degree days occurred at Cavendish from July 3 to July 10, 1911, when they had four days over 100 degrees.

To put this in perspective, Cavendish has only had seven days over 100F, and none in the past century.

Why doesn’t Bernie Sanders remember this?

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One Response to Vermont’s Record Heatwave

  1. Jkolb says:

    Have you seen the VT digger article from Erin Petenko? Looks like she has adjusted data w out any heat at all before 1950!!

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