Wyoming’s Record Heatwaves

Basin, Wyoming had 81 days over 90F from May 28 to September 11, 1913

Colony, Wyoming had 28 days over 100F from June 6 to August 20, 1988

Diversion Dam had four days over 110F from July 14 to August 1, 1988

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One Response to Wyoming’s Record Heatwaves

  1. Jim Thompson says:

    We need to get out the facts on the infrared spectroscopy of CO2. I work for a company that makes Infrared Analyzers. CO2 only absorbs at 3 wavelengths: 2.7, 3.4 and 15 microns. It lets everything else through. Those wavelengths correspond to 1500°F, 750°F and -110°F (minus 110). Hence, CO2 only blocks blackbody longwave radiation from earth’s surface at the north & south poles, not to mention that CO2 is only 0.04% of the atmosphere. My company uses the absorbtion peak at 4.3 microns, using a 750° IR source, to measure CO2. CO2 is GOOD! Crop yields are at all-time highs and the earth is greener that it has ever been…

    You are doing GREAT work… keep it up! Feel free to email me…. I have some more data…

    See: https://webbook.nist.gov/cgi/cbook.cgi?ID=C124389&Type=IR-SPEC&Index=1#IR-SPEC

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